Curtis Proctor, Ed.D.
Dr. Curtis Proctor is a three-time graduate of the University of Central Florida earning a Bachelor’s of Science in Athletic Training, Masters of Arts in Educational Leadership K-12 and Educational Doctorate in Higher Education and Policy Studies.
Currently, Dr. Proctor serves as the Associate Director for Advancement for the University of Central Florida College of Community Innovation and Education where he is responsible for leading the Office of Development in securing restricted and unrestricted resources to ‘Create a Culture of Philanthropy.’ As the chief advancement officer for the college he leads fundraising efforts to identify, cultivate, steward and secure relationships with community and corporate partners.
In addition to serving as a fundraising officer, Dr. Proctor is also an educator and has spent multiple years as a faculty member at Bethune-Cookman University, Orange and Volusia County Public Schools and now as an adjunct professor for the School of Public Administration Nonprofit Management Program.
The combination of his teaching and development experience informs his desire to make Higher Education accessible for all and reaffirms his commitment to the fundraising efforts that make this possible.
Dr. Proctor and his wife Zonovia are the parents of three children, Hope, Carter and Zoe.