Donald M. Hudson, AIA, serves as the Vice President for Facilities and Operations for Stockton University, and carries an extensive background in the field of facilities planning & plant operations for higher education.
As Vice President, Mr. Hudson oversees a comprehensive portfolio, which includes Facilities Management and Plant Operations, Facilities Planning and Construction, Real Estate, Parking & Transportation, Engineering and Energy Management, Risk Management, Environmental, Health & Safety. Mr. Hudson also oversees the university’s Department of Public Safety, including the Police Department, Security and Emergency Management.
Mr. Hudson supervises all aspects of facilities management, planning, operations, safety and security for all campuses of Stockton University, including other site locations in Ocean, Atlantic and Cape May Counties. Moreover, he manages a staff of more than 350 professionals, managers, supervisors, trades, service providers, police & security officers, emergency management and public safety staff. Specific areas of responsibility include: master planning, real estate development, capital projects, construction management, facilities management, space management, parking/transportation and risk management, environmental, health, campus safety and security.
Prior to joining Stockton University in 2013, Mr. Hudson worked in an array of related fields of architecture, construction, real estate and finance. He’s held key positions in prestigious firms and organizations, such as Ignarri-Lummis Architect, (Cherry Hill), Wagner, Hohns, Inglis (Mt. Holly), RJ Cureton/Whitesell Construction Company (Delran), and Mellon Bank NA (Philadelphia). In addition, Mr. Hudson held senior leadership positions in administration, facilities and operations for Burlington County College (now Rowan College at Burlington County).
Mr. Hudson is a Registered Architect in the State of New Jersey, since 1992, and is a member of the American Institute of Architects, New Jersey Society of Architects and West Jersey Society of Architects. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and a Bachelor of Architecture from Drexel University.
Mr. Hudson is a native of New Jersey, and currently resides in Cherry Hill with his wife and two sons.