|Name:||MALLORY M. SIMPSON|
|Position:||VICE CHANCELLOR FOR INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT|
|Education:||M.A. in Education Administration, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, B.A., Eastern Michigan University|
|Contact:||Office Phone: 313-593-5393 Email: email@example.com|
Mallory brings a wealth of development leadership experience to the university, having most recently served as associate vice president and chief development officer at Northern Illinois University (NIU), where she was also president and CEO of the NIU Foundation. In 14 years at NIU Mallory built a comprehensive development program, transformed a foundation board into a strong group of philanthropic leaders, directed a successful $150 million capital campaign and established a track record of working with faculty and deans to generate gifts to further teaching and research. Prior to joining NIU, Mallory was the senior director of development for major gifts at Syracuse University. In this role, she directed staff efforts during a $300 million campaign and led a strategic planning process to create a vision and establish program objectives and standards. Mallory has a unique understanding of the university and community. She grew up in Dearborn, and several family members are UM-Dearborn alumni. She spent more than 15 years working in alumni relations, development leadership and corporate and foundation relations for University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.
|Position:||DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT, COLLEGE OF ARTS, SCIENCES, AND LETTERS|
|Education:||B.A. in Philosophy, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor|
|Contact:||Office Phone: 313-593-5504 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
Diane joined the development team at UM-Dearborn in 2007 after working for 18 years in development and nonprofit management in Indiana, Colorado, California, and Michigan. Her extensive career includes directing programs for large and small nonprofits in health/human services and higher education. As the director of development for the College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters (CASL), Diane works closely with the CASL dean, faculty, staff and administrators on alumni outreach and major and planned gift cultivation. Currently, she serves as the chair of the communications and marketing committee for the Association of Fundraising Professionals Greater Detroit Chapter and an honorary board member of the University of Michigan Alumni Club of Downriver. Diane is also a graduate of the Inforum Center for Executive Leadership Program. Born in Michigan, Diane resides in Riverview with her husband, Carmen, and children Katie, Jesse, and Nick.
|Position:||DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS|
|Education:||M.S. in Environmental Management, B.A. in Political Science, Boston University|
|Contact:||Office Phone: 313-583-6744 Email: email@example.com|
Tim joined the development team at UM-Dearborn in 2011 after working for 17 years in various development and nonprofit management positions in Boston, Washington D.C, and metro Detroit. His career includes directing organizational, infrastructure and capital growth, strategic planning and implementation of major fundraising campaigns and development programs while working in human services, health care and higher education. Recently, Tim managed a successful $55 million expansion campaign for the College for Creative Studies in Detroit. Now as the Director of Development for the College of Business (COB), Tim works closely with the university and Dean Lee S. Redding, faculty, staff and volunteers on alumni and community relations, securing strategic resources and major and planned gifts. Tim is a graduate on Leadership Detroit XXVIII and holds several graduate certifications from the Center for Philanthropy at Indiana University. He serves on the non-profit board of St. John's Kids on the Go. Born in Detroit, Tim lives in Grosse Pointe Farms, MI with his wife, Jennifer, and twin daughters Gwen and Julia.
|Position:||DIRECTOR, BUSINESS ENGAGEMENT CENTER|
|Education:||B.A. in English Literature, University of Michigan-Dearborn|
|Contact:||Office Phone: 313-593-5639 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
As a University of Michigan-Dearborn graduate, Amy returned to campus in 2009 after many years of working in development and fundraising specializing in organizational leadership, fund development, event planning, grant writing, volunteer program development and management, and corporate and foundation relations. Amy joined the development team at UM-Dearborn as the director of donor relations and volunteer management. In that position she directed the university annual giving program, the university stewardship program, and the faculty staff campaign. In 2010, Amy became a Major Gifts Officer and added major gift fundraising support for the School of Education to her list of responsibilities. In 2011, Amy became the Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations and Special Projects which soon developed into the Director of the newly formed Business Engagement Center. In her new role, Amy leads the universityís creation of the BEC and serves as the initial contact for corporations seeking specialized services from the university. She also serves as the contact for the State of Michiganís Corporate Relations Network. Amy resides in Grosse Ile with her husband Tony and their two children. Their son Christopher is a student at UM-Dearborn and next year their daughter Nicole will be a freshman at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Name: MICHELLE BARNES
Position: ASSISTANT TO THE VICE CHANCELLOR, OFFICE OF INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT
Contact: Office Phone: (313) 593-5393 Email: email@example.com
Name: MARSHA MILLER
Position: GIFT PROCESSOR AND ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Contact: Office Phone: (313) 593-5130 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org