The Assistant Dean of Development will join Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health (CUMSPH) at an extraordinary moment for public health and for the School as it begins its second century. As one of the top schools of public health with some of the world’s top researchers in areas including infectious disease, climate change and advancing health equity, CUMSPH is celebrating its Centennial by commemorating a century of leadership and innovation in public health and shaping a comprehensive campaign to enable progress towards its vision of a healthy and just world for all. The Assistant Dean for Development in the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at CUMSPH is key to this effort, providing leadership, guidance, and supervision to the development team.
Together with the Associate Dean of Development and Alumni Relations, Assistant Dean for External Relations, Assistant Dean of Alumni and Constituent Relations and campaign counsel, the Assistant Dean of Development will contribute to the development and execution of overall fundraising strategy, including the formation and execution of strategic direction and goals including fundraising policies, programs, and activities to secure the resources needed to advance the School’s work and deepen its impact during its second century.
Reporting to the Associate Dean of Development and Alumni Relations for CUMSPH, the Assistant Dean of Development will manage a team of gift officers and oversee all aspects of the individual giving program, including building a sustainable donor pipeline, developing donor and prospect strategies, and working with gift officers to create and manage portfolios with the highest potential donors. The Assistant Dean of Development will collaborate with campus colleagues across academic and administrative departments to understand funding priorities and engage them as needed to build strong donor relationships, and support the implementation of individual giving and campaign initiatives. This position will be hybrid.
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