Redefining “women’s leadership” by purposefully and powerfully shaping the next generation of women leaders through a superior education, highly ranked Cedar Crest College prepares students for life in a global community by educating the whole student at all stages of life and experience. U.S. News & World Report ranks the private liberal arts women’s college 6th in the 2017 edition of Best Colleges for Regional Colleges in the North. Cedar Crest students develop leadership skills through academic courses, student-life programming, athletics, activities, and pre-professional practices.
Executive Director of Development
will provide leadership and direction to the Major Gifts, Annual Giving and
Donor Records, Gifts and Stewardship programs, and the Institutional
Advancement Communication and Social Media Program. The Executive Director will
also maintain a portfolio of prospects. A minimum of five years of fundraising
experience in an educational setting and demonstrated ability to provide
effective leadership within a development team is required. A proven track
record of strategic and innovative thinking is strongly preferred.