DLC Alumni Take on New Roles

DLC Fellows are on the move! A number of our alumni have taken on new roles in fundraising and philanthropy across the country. The listing below is a sample of career moves this year (month/year denoted):

 Earlier this year former DLC Board member and alum Greg Barrett, Annual Fellows ’98, accepted a position as the President at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation. Prior to this role, Greg was the Associate Vice Chancellor, Health Sciences Development at University of California San Diego. (01/10)

Laurie Carlin Davidson, Annual Fellows ’96, has moved into a new role at Northwestern University to Director, Leadership Giving from Director of Development School of Education and Social Policy. (09/10)

Current participant Tess Hallinan, Annual Fellows ’11, has been promoted from Development Associate, Principal Gifts at Illinois Institute of Technology to Alumni Relations and Development Officer at the Institute of Psychology at Illinois Institute of Technology. (09/10)

Earlier this year, Katrice (Grayson) Lee, Annual Fellows ’08, moved out of state to take a position as Associate Director of Development, Corporate and Foundation Relations at University of California at San Diego. Katrice was previously the Assistant Director, Corporate Relations at Northwestern University. (04/10)

DLC Board member and alum Steve Lindee, Management Fellows ’09, is now serving as the Director of Development at Northwestern University School of Law, most recently Steve was the Director of Sustaining Gifts at Lewis University.(09/10)

Recent graduate Maureen Loughnane, Management Fellows ’10, has taken on a new job at the ACLU of Illinois as the chief Development Officer. Previously Maureen served as the Senior Associate Director of Development, Interdisciplinary Programs at The University of Chicago. (08/10)

Sheila Manion, Annual Fellows ’97, formerly the Director of Development and Campaign at the Saint Louis Art Museum has accepted a role at Saint Louis University as Associate Vice President for Development. Sheila will be the University’s chief fundraiser, supervising a staff of 30 professionals. (11/10) For more on this story visit the Ter Molen Watkins & Brandt Newsletter

Shana Melanson, Annual Fellows ’09, received a promotion from Senior Development Associate at University of Chicago Medical Center to Assistant Director, Individual Giving. (11/10)

DLC Board member and alum Ken Modzelewski, Annual Fellows ’01, recently accepted a position as Northern Division Director, Philanthropy Midwest Division from Director of Major Gifts at the University of Chicago Medical Center. (09/10)

Stephanie Oberhausen, Annual Fellows ’10, has moved from Director of Development for the School of Music at DePaul University to Senior Associate Director of Principal Gifts at University of Chicago Booth School of Business. (10/10)

Current participant Nicole Payton, Annual Fellows ’11, is now serving as the Associate Director of Major Gifts at Northwestern University. Previously, Nicole was Assistant Director of Major Gifts at University of Chicago Medical Center Development. (10/10)

Double-DLCer Melissa Maggiotto Wall, Annual Fellows ’01 and Management Fellows ’08, is now the Director, Capital Campaign at Chicago Public Media from her previous role at the Museum of Science and Industry as a Major Gift Officer. (03/10)

Allison Ward, Annual Fellows ’09, was promoted from Development Assistant to Coordinator of Restricted Gifts at Museum of Contemporary Art- Chicago. (08/10)

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