College of the Arts Board

  • Patricia CampbellPatricia is the wife of Todd Campbell and a mother to daughters, Jessica and Sarah. She is active in her church, where she is a short-term missionary to Guatemala. She is a philanthropist for many different charities. Patricia and her family have supported the College of the Arts (COTA) since 2005; by endowing a scholarship, in honor of her mother, JoAnn Durham. Currently, she and her family endow four COTA scholarships in honor of her mother. Patricia has a love for the arts and is passionate about giving back, to help others fulfill their dreams.

  • j-cooperSince establishing Cooper Carry in 1960 with Walter Carry, Cooper has helped guide the firm to a position of national prominence. Under his tenure, Cooper Carry has received more than 100 design awards, including 19 from the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Cooper has been honored with the Bernard B. Rothschild Award, the highest award granted by AIA Georgia, as well as the Ivan Allen Award for Community Service. He currently practices in the Education, Office, Corporate, and Government Specialty Practice Groups and is active in the design of K-12 schools.

  • f-devineDevine is an attorney and educator. During her legal career, she has represented management in government, in the private sector and in higher education. Her career in education includes executive-level administrative positions in legal affairs, organizational planning and marketing, and human resources.

  • j-dunnDunn is president of Print Media Advisors, LLC, a specialized advisory firm serving the print and packaging industry. PMA works with clients to develop sustainable high performance organizations for print media organizations with the vision and courage to execute at a high level. He retired in December 2011 from the global print solutions provider Heidelberger Druckmaschinen, AG. Most recently, he was president of Heidelberg Americas, Inc. with responsibility for the North American market.
  • t-hughesHughes has had a long career as an angel investor, senior executive and dedicated philanthropist. He has owned and run multiple companies, including National Electronic Attachment, Inc.; Medical Electronic Attachment, Inc.; Electronic Claims and Funding Inc. and Premier Dental Practice Management System. Tom serves as treasurer for the Alliance for Children Everywhere, a group that supports crisis nurseries and schools for children in Zambia. He also serves on the Michael J. Coles College of Business Advisory Board, and, along with his wife Barbara, funded the Hughes Leadership and Career Program for the College of Business in 2013.
  • t-parrishParrish is a widely known financial analyst and investment personality who specializes in asset and portfolio management. Through media interviews, public speaking appearances, investment seminars, online publications and co-hosting a weekly radio show, Parrish has reached millions of investors. A nationally recognized money manager, he has managed assets on behalf of high net-worth individuals and institutional clients such as pension funds, educational institutions and charitable foundations for over 20 years.
  • r-romigRomig holds both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in English from the Pennsylvania State University System. In Atlanta, he served for five years as president of the Cobb Symphony Orchestra Board of Directors and four years as president of the Atlanta Opera Guild. He is the director of the Classics by Candlelight concert series at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Blue Ridge, Georgia and is a board member of the Harrower Summer Opera Workshop at Georgia State University. He is employed as vice president of real estate and asset management for both Adams Outdoor Advertising and Fairway Outdoor Advertising.
  • l-ryanRyan is the founder and president of Chaotic Good, a company with offices in Los Angeles and New York that specializes in the design, strategy, and production of content across all media platforms. Prior to that, he was a senior executive for MGM, MTV Films, and New Line Cinema, developing and acquiring movies that grossed over $1 billion in global box office revenues.  As a screenwriter, he has written film scripts and created television shows for Warner Brothers, Legendary Pictures, New Line Cinema, Fox, and others. Ryan is a sought-after speaker and advisor on the subjects of narrative design and the future of media  for universities and professional conferences in the U.S., U.K., Canada and Brazil.
  • b-stanleyStanley is a partner in the Atlanta investment firm Ellis, McQuary,  Stanley & Associates. The firm is active in investing, acquiring and building both established businesses and early stage growth opportunities. In his career, Stanley has been involved in the creation, development, management and leadership of more than 15 substantial businesses in television, digital media, travel, publishing, retailing, manufacturing and marketing services.