F. Ann Millner (2002-2012)
Dr. F. Ann Millner became the 11th president of Weber State University in 2002. When appointed to that post, she was no stranger to Weber State, having worked there as an educator and administrator for two decades in university advancement, community partnerships and continuing education.
Under President Millner's leadership, Weber State University was dedicated to providing teaching and learning experiences designed to shape the next generation of responsible, educated citizens through personal interaction with faculty, staff and alumni as well as community friends and partners.
During her tenure as president, Weber State University faculty and staff completed a successful 10-year reaccreditation effort; enhanced educational excellence through a focus on teaching and learning, student engagement, service learning and undergraduate research; created a campus-wide institutional planning initiative; opened a new campus in Davis County; revitalized facilities on the Ogden campus; and completed a successful $90 million capital campaign.
President Millner was also personally engaged with numerous educational and community organizations, including Intermountain Health Care; Air University Board of Visitors; NCAA Division I Board and Executive Committee; the Ogden/Weber Chamber of Commerce; the Weber Economic Development Corporation; the Council of State Representatives of the American Association of Colleges and Universities; the SunGard SCT Executive Advisory Group; the Utah Campus Compact; the Wells Fargo Community Board; and the Utah Defense Alliance.
President Millner holds degrees from the University of Tennessee, Texas State University and Brigham Young University. She is a member of Phi Kappa Phi.