University of Pennsylvania

Opportunities in Development & Alumni Relations

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Reporting to the School’s Senior Executive Director of Development, the Senior Director will oversee the Wharton School’s international development efforts. This includes enabling Wharton to expand and enhance its engagement of and support from constituents in the international community and within targeted communities with an international focus within the United States.

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27
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The Perelman School of Medicine has been ranked among the top five medical schools in the United States for the past 20 years, according to U.S. News & World Report’s survey of research oriented medical schools.

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27
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The Associate Editor of Wharton Magazine-a key communications vehicle to the 98,000+ alumni community as well as current and prospective students-reports to the Editor and assists with the magazine’s print and online content, from the editorial planning stage through the writing/editing process, publication, and promotion on social media channels. The Associate Editor also oversees the Class Notes section, working with the magazine’s 100+ class correspondent volunteers who submit updates for each issue.
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29
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The Director of Regional Development leads a regional team in their fundraising and engagement strategies and manages the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship for assigned prospects with the giving ability of $250,000 and above . The Director of Regional Development reports to the Senior Director of Major and Planned Gifts. The Director of Regional Development is responsible for a wide range of fundraising and management activities, including but not limited to, the following:
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27/28
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As part of a team of experienced fundraisers, the Major Gifts Officer/Senior Major Gifts Officer (working title: Regional Director) reports to the Director of Regional Development, and manages the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship for assigned prospects with the giving ability of $250,000 and above in a given geographical region. Incumbent is responsible for designing, planning and implementing a major gifts plan that strengthens Wharton’s donor base in the region and proactively

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