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Pfeiffer University announces new additions to growing Advancement team

Pfeiffer University announces the addition of several members of its growing Advancement team, expanding the Office of Advancement's presence throughout the entire region that includes campuses in Misenheimer, Charlotte and the Research Triangle.

“These exceptional development professionals bring experience, energy and skill that complement a team poised to provide Pfeiffer greater visibility, stronger collaborative partnerships and financial resources to fund the strategic initiatives that will define the university for the decades to come,” said Michael C. Miller, president.

Pfeiffer welcomes:

Chris Bulla, director of external affairs, to manage alumni relations, oversee university events and pursue sponsorships for a number of events and related purposes. Ms. Bulla, who lives in Asheboro, served from 2006-2012 as director of marketing and public affairs for the North Carolina Zoo. Earlier in her career, she worked closely with the NC Zoo and nonprofit NC Zoo Society as executive director of the Randolph County Tourism Development Authority, based in Asheboro, where she promoted destination marketing and served as vice president of the board of directors for the North Carolina Travel Industry Association.

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Susan Ingle, major gifts officer, to cultivate relationships with current and prospective donors, primarily in Charlotte, with the capacity to support Pfeiffer through its annual fund, special and/or endowment campaigns, capital projects and planned giving. Ms. Ingle, who lives in Charlotte, has led fundraising and leadership efforts for UNC Charlotte, College of Health and Human Services; United Way of Central Carolinas; Senior Living Communities; and RAIN, Inc. susan ingall resized
Carol May, director of institutional advancement, to develop fundraising and related advancement opportunities primarily in Stanly County as well as Charlotte and throughout Mecklenburg County. Ms. May, a resident of Troy, has served as vice president of marketing and programming for the N.C. Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, Charlotte, and executive vice president for the Peace Center for the Performing Arts in Greenville, S.C. As a consultant and volunteer, she has guided the development of strategic and branding plans for such organizations as Stanly Community College Foundation, Stanly County Historical Society, Stanly County Museum, Opera Carolina, Charlotte Repertory Theatre and North Carolina Dance Theatre.  carol may

 

 

 

 

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