Adventurer, educator and administrator Tori Murden McClure believes integrity is the hallmark of leadership.
Not only a local university administrator McClure has achieved a lifetime of adventure along the way. This vice president for external relations, enrollment management, and student affairs at Spaulding University holds an impressive number of degrees, as well as athletic records.
Among her many athletic accomplishments, she was the first woman to climb Lewis Nunatak Summit in Antarctica, reached the peaks of Mt. Silverthorne in Alaska and Mt. Kenya in Africa, skied 750 miles to the South Pole, and was the first woman to row an entire ocean solo.
McClure has achieved a bachelor’s degree from Smith College, a Masters in Divinity from Harvard University, a J.D. from the University of Louisville, and a Masters of Fine Arts at Spalding University.