Salem Academy and College
Winston Salem, NC
Salem Academy and College, established in 1772, is the oldest continually operating educational institution for women and girls in the country. Salem College is the first liberal arts college to create a distinctive focus on health leadership, featuring an innovative curriculum that will educate women to become global leaders in all aspects of health. The Director of Major Giving – Health Leadership at Salem Academy & College (“Salem”) will manage a substantial prospect portfolio of individual donors, corporations, and foundations whose gifts and grants will directly impact the development of Salem’s distinctive curricular and co-curricular focus in Health Leadership. Responsibilities will include researching and identifying prospects with interests and inclinations toward the focus, engaging these prospects through phone calls, remote meetings, face to face meetings, invitations to campus, and introductions to faculty, students and administrators. The Director of Major Giving will also coordinate and maintain any federal and state government grants that are related to health leadership, as well as any reporting required by grants acquired. The Director will work in conjunction with the Office of Institutional Advancement to further the direction, planning, implementation, and evaluation of philanthropy-related activities under the supervision of the Senior Director of Development.
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