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Tom Mundell

Thomas Mundell Vice President for Institutional Advancement

University Service Center, Rm. 209
Office: 361.825.6005
Thomas.Mundell@tamucc.edu

During his 30-year career, Tom Mundell has catalyzed numerous large fundraising campaigns at renowned healthcare and higher education institutions.

He currently serves as Vice President for Institutional Advancement for Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. In this role, Tom is responsible for the strategic direction and oversight of the University’s philanthropic efforts and alumni relations.

Recently Tom served as Senior Vice President for Philanthropy at Hawaii Pacific Health, a four–hospital system headquartered in Honolulu, Hawaii. He was responsible for executive oversight and strategic direction for the System’s four medical center foundations. During his tenure there, year over year giving increased more than 100 percent to over $13 million.

Prior to joining Hawaii Pacific Health in 2015, he served in leading development roles at Shore Medical Center, NJ and Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, FL. He also served as President of the Cape Cod Healthcare Foundation. There he led the Foundation to its first and only inclusion in the Philanthropy 400. While there Mundell conducted three successful campaigns culminating in the organization’s first $100 million effort, ultimately raising over $108 million.

Tom holds a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Southern Mississippi and attended a Masters of Higher Education program at Vanderbilt. He began his career in 1985 as Chief Development Officer and Director of Alumni Affairs for The Phi Theta Kappa Society, an international academic honor society for community colleges. While attending Wesley College, then a community college in Dover, DE, he was elected National President of Phi Theta Kappa.

Tom has proudly served in the United States Air Force. While in the Air Force he was selected as Airman of the Year at Dover AFB.

Tom and his wife Abby currently reside in Corpus Christi with their son Sebastian. Tom also has two grown children who reside in North Carolina and New York City. While not engaged in philanthropic and community projects Tom enjoys playing golf.