The Golden Circle is an honor society for individuals whose contributions have had a significant impact on the arts at Kennesaw State. These individuals have demonstrated leadership within the College of the Arts and continued commitment to the advancement of the arts at Kennesaw State University. These individuals have given a single gift of at least $250,000 or have given significant annual gifts for at least 15 consecutive years. Consideration is also given to the person’s contributions to the entire university and the greater community.

Members of the Golden Circle

M. Bobbie Bailey

Benefactor of the Dr. Bobbie Bailey & Family Performance Center

Benefactor of the Bailey Softball Stadium

Benefactor of the Audrey B. and Jack E. Morgan, Sr. Concert Hall

Benefactor of the Mattie Borders Todd Fellowship for Undergraduate Instrumentalists

Fred Bentley, Sr.

Father of the KSU Permanent Collection of Art

Co-Chair of the first two arts galas

Benefactor of the Bentley Rare Book Gallery

Benefactor of the Fred D. Bentley, Sr. Scholarship

Gwendolyn Halstead Brooker

Benefactor of the Eric and Gwendolyn Brooker Rehearsal Hall

Benefactor of the Eric and Gwendolyn Brooker Endowed Voice Scholarship

Don Russell Clayton

Inaugural Donor of the Athos Menaboni Collection of Art at KSU

Naming Honoree of the Don Russell Clayton Gallery Sponsored by the Robert Woodruff Foundation

Audrey B. Morgan

Benefactor of the Audrey and Jack Morgan Music Scholarship Endowment

Benefactor of the Audrey and Jack Morgan Nursing Scholarship Endowment

Naming Honoree of the Audrey B. and Jack E. Morgan, Sr. Concert Hall

Fred Stillwell

Benefactor of the Howard Logan Stillwell Theater

Benefactor of the Stillwell Baseball Stadium

Bernard Zuckerman

Donor of the Ruth Zuckerman Collection of Art at KSU

Benefactor of the Ruth A. Zuckerman Sculpture Pavilion

Benefactor of the Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art


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