Trinity is led by Danny J. Anderson, Ph.D., the University's 19th president. The University is governed by a diverse, 36-member Board of Trustees, which is responsible for establishing policies for the governance of the University. Five vice presidents oversee faculty and student affairs; information resources, communications and marketing; finance and administration; and alumni relations and development.
Danny J. Anderson is president of Trinity University, located in San Antonio, Texas. Trinity's academic and co-curricular environment is consistently ranked among the best colleges in the nation (U.S. News & World Report) and its faculty is recognized for its strong commitment to undergraduate teaching and scholarship (Wall Street Journal). Trinity’s curriculum blends the liberal arts and sciences with business and pre-professional programs, enriching students’ writing, speaking, and problem-solving skills. The University equips its 2,400 students through experiential learning, undergraduate research, and international engagement, arming them to be global stewards for change. Anderson’s vision for Trinity includes ensuring that the University is recognized as the model of 21st century liberal arts and sciences education.
Anderson became Trinity’s 19th president in May 2015, after serving as a faculty member, administrator, and dean at the University of Kansas. A native Texan, Anderson began his academic career in 1985 at the University of Texas at Austin. He received a bachelor of arts in Spanish from Austin College (Sherman, Texas), and a master’s and doctorate in Spanish at the University of Kansas. He joined the Kansas faculty in 1988 as an assistant professor in Spanish and was named a full professor in 2003. An award-winning teacher, he received the ING Award for Teaching Excellence; a W.T. Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence; and a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship for University Teachers.
A specialist in Mexican literature and cultural studies, his research examines the history of literary publishing houses and the social history of literary reading in Mexico. He has published two books and more than 20 scholarly articles.
An engaged community and higher education leader, Anderson serves on the board of directors of the Independent Colleges and Universities of Texas (ICUT), the Association of Presbyterian Colleges and Universities, the World Affairs Council of San Antonio, the P16-Plus Council of Greater Bexar County, and the United Way of San Antonio. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations Higher Education Working Group, the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, and the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Anderson and his wife, Kimberly, a teacher, librarian, and community volunteer, are parents to two adult children.
Michael Bacon returns to Trinity after 25 years of experience as a senior-level development and external relations executive, where he specialized in the creation and implementation of strategic fundraising programs that included capital campaigns, annual giving, and major gifts. At Trinity, Bacon will provide leadership and strategic vision to the University’s fundraising and overall alumni engagement.
Bacon founded the firm Bacon Lee & Associates in 2000 with Marion Lee ’78. As fundraising consultants, the pair offered knowledge in board training, fund development, and long-term planning to nonprofit organizations in San Antonio and the Central Texas area. Bacon began his fund development career as the assistant director of the annual fund at Kenyon College in Gambier, OH, after graduating from the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin. A certified fundraising executive, Bacon has served as director of development for the San Antonio Academy and the first grants manager for the Kronkosky Charitable Foundation.
Deneese Jones, Ph.D., serves as the University’s chief academic officer and oversees all academic programs, the development and mentoring of faculty, and implementation of the University’s strategic plan Trinity Tomorrow and the Pathways curriculum. Previously the provost at Drake University, Jones has had an extensive, 25-year career in academia as an administrator and professor. She has published articles in scholarly journals as well as books related to her research interests in equity pedagogy in literacy instruction, teacher education and multicultural education, and leadership development.
A native Texan, Jones received her bachelor of science from Texas Woman’s University, her master’s and doctorate from Texas A&M University, College Station.
Sheryl Tynes, Ph.D., serves as the chief administrative officer for all areas of student success, including academic support, counseling, health services and disability services, as well as student services, including residential life and student involvement. A strong advocate for student success, Tynes is also professor of Sociology with expertise in social welfare, social security, and poverty programs. She regularly teaches a section for the first-year experience and is actively involved in Trinity’s “Allies” program to support first-generation and Pell-eligible students.
Tess Coody-Anders '93, founder and CEO of Wellvana, serves as the Vice President for Strategic Communications and Marketing. Coody-Anders has more than 20 years of experience developing successful, integrated marketing communications strategies and campaigns. As vice president, she will be responsible for providing leadership for the University's overall communications strategies, research-based messaging, marketing, and branding activity.
Eric Maloof serves as Trinity’s chief enrollment officer and is directly responsible for strategic planning, overall management, and daily administration of enrollment. He is also responsible for and provides strategic leadership for all policies, communication initiatives, data management, and technology infrastructure that attract, recruit, enroll and retain a talented and diverse student body that supports the overall mission of the University. As Vice President for Enrollment, Eric oversees the Offices of Admissions, Financial Aid and Student Accounts. Prior to Trinity, Eric taught, coached and served as an administrator at the Antilles School, an independent day school on St. Thomas in the United States Virgin Islands.
Eric holds a master's degree in higher education administration, planning, and social policy from Harvard University and a bachelor's degree from the University of Vermont. He is a member of college admissions counseling associations and committees in Texas and at the national and international levels and was recently appointed to the College Board's SAT Advisory Board.
Mr. Gary Logan is a financial management leader since 1986 in private higher education and has shown a proficiency in financial forecasting, modeling, and business operations management. He has served as Vice President for Finance and Administration since July of 2012. He is a certified public accountant and serves as Trinity’s chief financial officer, providing leadership in the areas of budgeting, endowment management, purchasing, facilities services, human resources, student financial services, conferences and special programs, and campus police. He previously served 16 years as the Associate Vice President of Finance for Southwestern University and 10 years as Controller at Trinity University. Mr. Logan is a member of the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO).
Jim Bradley serves as the Chief Information Officer for Information Technology Services. He earned his Doctor of Jurisprudence from South Texas College of Law and has been a member of the State Bar of Texas since 1998. Jim holds a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Management Information Systems from the University of St. Thomas in Houston where he was a member of Delta Mu Delta honor society. He earned his Bachelor's Degree in History from the University of Houston. Jim is a 2013 Leading Change Institute Fellow and serves on the board of the University of Houston's Digital Media Program Advisory Board.
Prior to joining Trinity, Jim was the Chief Information Officer at the University of Texas at Arlington, served as a member of the IT leadership team at Tulane University where he was responsible for research and instructional technology, internal and external partnerships and traditional technical support across multiple Tulane campuses. Jim served the Information Technology division at the University of Houston for 24 years before joining Tulane and also served as an adjunct professor teaching technology, database and Web topics. He began working in information technology in higher education in 1983 as a student at the UH Computing Center. He has also worked for HEB and Bechtel in corporate roles.
Mr. Michael F. Neidorff '65
Vice Chair and Chair-Elect
Mr. L. Herbert Stumberg Jr. '81
Honorary Vice Chair
Ms. Sharon J. Bell
Mr. John R. (J. R.) Hurd
Katherine Wood Klinger '72
Mr. Gary Logan
Ms. Claire Smith
Ms. Erin Baker '99
Mr. Ted W. Beneski
Mr. Walter F. Brown Jr.
Mr. Clifford M. Buchholz '65
Mr. Miles C. Cortez '64
Ms. Janet St. Clair Dicke '68
Mr. Douglas D. Hawthorne '69, '72
Mr. Marshall A. Hess '88
Gen. James T. Hill '68
Mr. Walter R. Huntley Jr. '71, '73
Mr. E. Carey Joullian IV '82
Rev. Richard R. Kannwischer '95
Mr. Richard M. Kleberg III '65
Mr. John C. Korbell
Mr. Oliver T.W. Lee '93
Mr. Steven P. Mach '92
Mr. Robert S. McClane '61
Ms. Melody Boone Meyer '79
Mr. Marshall B. Miller Jr.
Mr. Thomas R. Semmes
Ms. Jessica Thorne '91
Leslie Hollingsworth '88
Rev. James Freeman '83