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Andrea Trisciuzzi is New VP for Advancement
Beginning in February, the former fundraising chief of The Peabody Institute at Johns Hopkins University will lead the Washington College advancement team.
CHESTERTOWN, MD: Washington College President Sheila C. Bair today announced that fundraising veteran Andrea Trisciuzzi has been selected as Vice President of College Advancement.
Trisciuzzi will be coming to Washington College from The Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University, where she has held the position of Associate Dean for External Relations since 2013 and was Associate Dean for Development and Alumni Relations from 2009-2013. During her tenure, she doubled the annual fundraising for the Institute. She led her team to consistently meet and exceed all measurements for visits, number of solicitations, total dollar value of proposals, new prospects qualified, and dollars raised every year for five consecutive years.
Prior to joining Peabody, Trisciuzzi served as the Vice President for Institutional Advancement for the College of Notre Dame of Maryland and as the Associate Vice President for Development and Campaign Director at St. Bonaventure University. She earned her B.A. in Art History from Brown University and a B.F.A. in Music, summa cum laude, from SUNY Purchase.
In announcing the selection, President Bair highlighted Trisciuzzi’s extensive leadership experience and proven track record as a successful fundraiser in an increasingly difficult economic environment.
“Andrea Trisciuzzi comes to us at a pivotal moment in Washington College’s history, and will bring clear vision and a steady hand to our development efforts,” Bair said. “The College has found a development veteran whose proven leadership, depth of experience, and strategic skills will match well with our ambitious goals for 2016 and beyond.”
Trisciuzzi said the chance to champion the liberal arts at Washington College and the energy of new leadership are what drew her to the position.
“Joining President Bair’s senior leadership team and supporting the College’s strategic vision is exactly the type of opportunity that I find inspiring,” she said. “I am excited about the great things happening at Washington College, and I am even more enthusiastic about the great things still to come. Between the stunning natural environment, outstanding student body, and committed faculty and staff, the chance to take a leadership role in enhancing the mission of the College was one I could not ignore.”
Trisciuzzi will begin her new role in February of 2016.