The Regional Program is responsible for building and maintaining relationships with alumni and friends in an effort to raise leadership and major gifts for the University of Georgia. The Regional Directors of Development build a culture of philanthropy in regions across the country while strengthening affinity for the University. Through frequent travel to assigned cities, Regional Directors provide strategic direction and leadership for UGA's alumni and friends as they make philanthropic and volunteer decisions. This prominent team is comprised of a Senior Director of Development and Regional Directors of Development who cover the University of Georgia's most mission critical cities.
The top fundraisers for the central development office include the Regional Directors of Development. Each Regional Director makes more than 180 schedule meetings annually with alumni, friends and parents of the University. This team is an extension of the development efforts of all 17 schools and colleges in addition to the various academic units and the Athletic Association. Because of this group's diverse geographical reach, as well as the representation of the entire university, the regional program can maximize the donor's potential and passion to invest in any area of the University of Georgia.
This Regional Director's assigned regions include cities and territories that are considered part of the West Coast Region. Though subject to change based on institutional priority, this position would include: Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, and as needed travel to Pacific and Mountain time zones.
Negotiable commensurate with qualifications and experience
How to Apply:
To see full posting and to apply, visit:
(Posting Number: 20170672)
Position is open until filled. Inquiries or referrals may be directed to Andrew Crain (firstname.lastname@example.org), Talent Acquisition Specialist.
About the University of Georgia:
Chartered by the Georgia General Assembly on January 27, 1785, the University of Georgia is America’s first state-chartered university and the birthplace of the American system of public higher education. The comprehensive land-and-sea-grant institution is ranked 18th among the nation’s best public universities by U.S. News & World Report. UGA attracts some of the most academically talented students in the nation. Recognized as a leader among public universities in the numbers of major scholarships earned by students, UGA has produced nine Rhodes Scholars, five Gates Cambridge Scholars, six Marshall Scholars, 13 Truman Scholars and 13 Udall Scholars since 1996. In the past four years, 49 students were offered Fulbright Scholarships making UGA one of the nation’s top Fulbright producers of its kind. UGA’s 2016-2017 enrollment totals more than 36,000 including over 27,000 undergraduates and 8,500 graduate and professional students. There are 125 foreign countries represented among the 1,184 undergraduate and 1,442 graduate and professional non-US citizens. Twenty-six percent of the undergraduate enrollment is minority.
The University is composed of 17 schools and colleges: Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Arts and Sciences, Business, Ecology, Education, Engineering, Environment and Design, Family and Consumer Sciences, Forestry and Natural Resources, Graduate School, Journalism and Mass Communication, Law, Pharmacy, Public Health, Public and International Affairs, Social Work and Veterinary Medicine. UGA is also home to the Augusta University and the University of Georgia Medical Partnership. UGA has a nationally competitive intercollegiate athletic program. A member of the NCAA Division I Southeastern Conference, the University fields 9 men’s and 12 women’s varsity sports. The Bulldogs have won 42 national championships, including 30 since 1999.
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