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Dr. Wynn Rosser

TLL Temple Foundation
Foundation President & CEO
Lufkin, TX
Dr. Wynn Rosser serves as President and Chief Executive Officer at TLL Temple Foundation since 2016. Prior to that, he served as the President and CEO of the Greater Texas Foundation for ten years. where he was responsible for the foundation's day-to-day operations and translating the strategic intent of the foundation's Board of Directors into daily operations. Active in professional organizations, Rosser is a member of the Grantmakers for Education Board of Directors and serves as their Chair. Additionally, Rosser serves on the Board of Directors of the Texas Lyceum. He serves as a lecturer and member of the graduate faculty in the George Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University. After completing master's coursework in 1992, he began working for the Texas A&M University Association of Former Students as director of campus programs. The first staff member to hold that position, Rosser remained with the Association until August 1996. From September 1996 to August 1998, he served as a visiting faculty member and undergraduate adviser in the Department of Agricultural Education and primarily taught courses in leadership development. In September 1998, Rosser joined the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs as assistant to the vice president. He became assistant vice president for student affairs in September 2001. In February 2005, Rosser was appointed to the position of chief of staff and assistant vice president for student affairs. He graduated from Texas A&M University in the fall of 1989 with an undergraduate degree in Agricultural Development. As part of his undergraduate education, he completed 27 hours at Kilgore College, the community college serving his hometown of Kilgore, Texas. In May 2011, Rosser was awarded an associate of arts degree from Kilgore College through reverse transfer. Both of Rosser's graduate degrees are from Texas A&M. His master of science in Agricultural Education was completed in December 1993, and he earned a doctorate in the Administration of Higher Education in 1997. Dr. Rosser enjoys reading, running, cycling, and spending time with family and friends. He is married to Dr. Manda Hays Rosser. Wynn and Manda have a daughter and two sons. The Rosser family is involved in their church and lives outside the city limits on a small farm.
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