Institutional/Administrative Mission and Goals
President's Cabinet

Vice President for Institutional Advancement
(2009-2010)

Institutional Advancement Goals

  1. Comprehensive Campaign
    1. Work collaboratively with president and campaign co-chairs on the cultivation and solicitation of the Board of Trustees resulting in gifts, pledges, and/or commitments to participate totaling 25-30% ($10 - $12 million) of the proposed $40 million comprehensive campaign by December 2009 and secure the required  $16 million toward the new nursing center in gifts and pledges by April 2010.
    2. Work collaboratively with the president and communications and marketing on developing related campaign materials (i.e. website and printed materials), a news conference announcing the new nursing building, and coordinating a ground breaking for the new nursing building by April 2010.
    3. Coordinate with president on creating the campaign leadership and relevant committees as necessary and appropriate.
    4. Develop plan for roll-out of public phase of nursing center campaign by January 2010.
  2. President’s Society
    1. Secure new leadership team and work with them to set goals for new members and retention by September 2009.
  3. Creation and Installation of the FSPA Recognition Plaque along with an appropriate appreciation event by May 2010 Board of Trustee Meeting.
  4. Continue to work with assistant vice president and institutional advancement personnel on staffing issues resulting in ongoing attention to training, assessment, and retention.

(Revised February 2009)

Goals:

1. Comprehensive Campaign

  1. Work collaboratively with president and campaign co-chairs on the cultivation and solicitation of the Board of Trustees resulting in gifts, pledges, and/or commitments to participate totaling 25-30% ($10 - $12 million) of the proposed $40 million comprehensive campaign by December 2009 and secure the required  $16 million toward the new nursing center in gifts and pledges by April 2010.
  2. Coordinate with the development officers on identification of 1,000 prospects (middle tier of gift pyramid) and begin to cultivate those relationshps to identify the approximately 250 individuals which will provide an additional 30% ($14 million) of the total campaign.
  3. Finalize campaign policies and seek approval from the institutional advancement committee no later than Ocober 2008.
  4. Work collaboratively with the president on campaign leadership, structure and momentum and communications and marketing on developing case statements and related campaign materials.

2. Continue to work with assistant vice president on professional staffing - with attention to on-going orientation, training, integration and assessment.