Ted Smith

last updated 2/27/2018

Ted J. Smith

Executive Director at Southern Cultural Heritage Foundation

1302 ADAMS ST, Vicksburg, Mississippi, United States
HQ Phone:
(601) 636-6100

General Information


Executive Director - Pacific Northwest Salmon Center

Executive Director - Harbor History Museum

Director of Capital Giving - University of Puget Sound

Associate Director of University Development - University of Mississippi

Researcher - Shiloh Museum of Ozark History


Bachelors degree - Administrative Management , 

Bachelors degree - Administrative Management , University of Arkansas at Fayetteville

M.A. - American History , University of Arkansas

doctorateUniversity of Mississippi

Recent News  

Summer 2000

Ted J. Smith
Internships greatly assist in allowing us to meet our programming goals, SCHF Executive Director Ted Smith said recently. Polks work offers a unique view of African-American culture in the rural South during the depression years. commented Ted Smith, SCHF executive director. Ted J. Smith Executive Director tjs@southernculture.org

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Winter '99

We think this will be a great holiday event, Ted Smith, executive director of the SCHF, said recently.
Also in April, the board hired Ted J. Smith as the Foundations new executive director. Ted brings great energy and vision to our organization, and many of his plans are already taking shape, as evidenced by the growth in staff and programming highlighted in this newsletter. Ted J. Smith According to SCHF Executive Director Ted Smith, Julienne and Beth both have the energy, ideas, and knowledge that will help our organization thrive. The work of Bill and Betty Dorman, Betty Jackson, Alice Portwood, and other friends of the SCHF made this wonderful event possible, Smith commented that night. The Red Tops Revisited was supported by contributions from Fred and Kay Farrell, Don and Deanna Miller, John and Rebecca Stepan, Ed and Betty Jackson, Bill and Betty Dorman, and Landy and Peggy Teller. According to Executive Director Ted Smith, the SCHF web site offers an important extension to the organizations cultural programming. Technology isnt usually the first thing that comes to mind when you think of cultural organizations, Smith commented. Ted J. Smith Executive Director tjs@southernculture.org

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Fall 2000

More information on ways to contribute may be obtained by visiting with SCHF executive director Ted Smith at (601) 631-2997, members of the board of directors, or by visiting the Foundation online at www.southernculture.org.
SCHF Executive Director Ted Smith (right) and Board Vice President Landy Teller (middle) are shown receiving the award, which included a check for $25,000. Its wonderful to receive recognition for the hard work of our staff, board of directors, and volunteers, Smith said. Ted J. Smith

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