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Director of Family Philanthropy

Colby College,Waterville, Maine

Founded in 1813, Colby College is the 12th oldest liberal arts college in the nation and is one of America’s most selective colleges. Colby re-imagines the liberal arts experience – providing access to a global experience, research, and internships for all students regardless of their background. Colby’s history is extraordinary, but there has never been a more dynamic and exciting time for the College. Colby is in a period of fast-paced progress — defined by ambitious institutional priorities to reimagine student opportunity and post-graduate success.

The Opportunity

Colby College, a prestigious liberal arts college consistently ranked among the top colleges and universities in the nation, is seeking a highly motivated Director of Family Philanthropy to lead a team and engage families of students in supporting the institution. This is a tremendous opportunity to be a driving force behind the College’s philanthropic success both now and in the future.

Under the visionary leadership of President David Greene, the Director of Family Philanthropy will join a dedicated frontline fundraising team at a time of unprecedented growth and innovation at the College. Colby is currently in the public phase of its most ambitious campaign, Dare Northward. With this $750 million goal, of which more than $650 million has been raised, the campaign will further position Colby as a national leader in liberal arts education. Critical to the success of the campaign and beyond is exponential growth in foundation support.

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Abbey Flaherty

Consultant

Faith Eutsay

Vice President

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