Senior Director, Foundation and Corporate Engagement
The Senior Director of Foundation and Corporate Engagement is a front-line fundraising professional responsible for the long-term funding and sustainability of the Center for First-generation Student Success. The primary responsibility of the Senior Director is to grow the philanthropic revenue NASPA secures from corporations and foundations to support the work of the Center for First-generation Student Success. The Senior Director is charged with setting the direction, implementing efforts, and ensuring the success of the corporate and foundation fundraising program for the Center. The Senior Director reports to the President and CEO of NASPA.
The Senior Director will also serve as ex-officio member of the Center for First-generation Student Success team to ensure seamless collaboration and transparent communication between philanthropic outreach and the strategic priorities of the Center. This position does not have supervisory responsibilities.
For more information, review the full position description.
Interested candidates should submit the following for consideration:
- a letter of interest with salary requirements;
- three references; and
- a one-page statement outlining your involvement in cultivating a major gift or grant. Please include specific examples of your activities related to the solicitation process. Examples related to support for higher education entities or programs are preferred.
A complete set of materials should be emailed to Diane Schorr, J.D., director, first-generation advocacy and initiatives, Center for First-generation Student Success®, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Materials received by May 29, 2020, will receive priority consideration but review will continue until the position is filled. No calls, please.