Vice President for Institutional Advancement

Earlham College
Richmond, IN
Reporting to the President, the Vice President for Institutional Advancement (VP) is responsible for the leadership and management of a comprehensive program including fundraising and alumni relations. The VP is an officer of Earlham, attends Board of Trustees meetings, and is the primary liaison to the Board’s Institutional Advancement Committee. The VP will also serve as the chief architect and strategist for the College’s upcoming capital campaign.

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Assistant Dean for External Relations

American University Washington College of Law (WCL)
Washington, DC
The Assistant Dean for External Relations (AD) reports to the Dean and is a member of the Dean’s Executive Committee. The AD will strategically plan, direct and coordinate all fundraising and external relations activities at WCL. This will include prospect identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship, as well as building relationships with prospective donors, leadership, faculty, and volunteers to support programs and priorities.

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Vice President for Advancement

Ripon College
Ripon,WI
Reporting directly to the President, Dr. Zach Messitte, who is in his fifth year at Ripon, the Vice President for Advancement serves as a member of the Administrative Council and provides leadership, management and strategic direction for the Office of Advancement.

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President & Chief Development Officer

Northeast Georgia Health System, The Medical Center Foundation
Gainesville, Georgia
Reporting to the NGHS President and Chief Executive Officer, the President and Chief Development Officer (CDO) of The Medical Center Foundation directs, supervises, and coordinates all programs and activities of the Foundation, which includes managing the staff and volunteers while collaborating with the Foundation Board of Trustees.

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Cranaleith Spiritual Center Executive Director

Cranaleith Spiritual Center Executive Director
Philadelphia, PA
We find ourselves poised on the threshold of the next phase in our growth which looks to create programs responsive to the urgent spiritual yearning in a society going through a difficult and turbulent time.

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