Notre Dame Promotes Two to VP

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David Bailey (L) and Doug Marsh (photos courtesy University of Notre Dame) David Bailey (L) and Doug Marsh (photos courtesy University of Notre Dame)

The University of Notre Dame has promoted two members of its leadership team to vice president positions. David Bailey will serve as vice president for strategic planning and institutional research while Doug Marsh will serve as vice president for facilities design and operations.

Bailey, a 1983 graduate of Notre Dame, has led the university's Office of Strategic Planning and Institutional Research since 2012. He will report to Notre Dame President John Jenkins.

Marsh is a 1982 graduate of Notre Dame and serves as the university's architect. He has led the planning, design and construction of nearly $2 billion in new facilities, renovation, maintenance and utilities projects since returning to Notre Dame in 1995, according to the university. 

"A major research university such as Notre Dame faces many new and formidable challenges," said Jenkins. "The complexities associated with the planning of University objectives, as well as those involving sustainability, construction and other infrastructure issues, require the focus of experienced senior administrators at the highest level of the University. We are fortunate to have such people in David and Doug, and I look forward to working even more closely with them in the future."

As a result of his promotion, Marsh will join the President's Leadership Council. Bailey has previously served on the council as well.

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