Terry Munday served for 20 years as Vice President for University Advancement at Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion, Indiana, where he received a bachelor's degree in 1970.
Indiana Wesleyan, during Munday's two decades as its chief fund-raiser, rose from the brink of bankruptcy to become one of America's fastest-growing Christian universities with enrollment now exceeding 15,000 students.
Munday, who has bachelor's, master's and specialist in education degrees, went from teaching to serve 14 years as a public school administrator - including eight years as a superintendent.
Munday has written a book about his self-taught-but-always-creative experiences as a professional fund-raiser. While semi-retired from Indiana Wesleyan, he continues to serve as a consultant to the University and to other Christian non-profit organizations around the country.
Munday and his wife Linda, who both are Ohio natives, have been married for 42 years. They continue to live in Marion, Indiana, to be near their four children and seven grandchildren.
It's Not About the Money
Asking people for money day-in and day-out is no easy task, but in his book, It's Not About the Money, fundraising expert Terry Munday shows how to do it with flair--the flair that only God can give.