Office of Institutional Advancement

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Maggie PinneyMaggie Pinney '95

Vice President for Institutional Advancement
860.231.5397
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As head of outreach and external affairs for the University, the Vice President for Institutional Advancement collaborates with other University divisions and offices, as well as off-campus entities, to oversee: the University’s fundraising and development efforts; constituent relations; the Women’s Leadership Center; campus conferences and events; and offices within the division of Institutional Advancement. The Vice President is a member of the University’s Cabinet of leaders.

Thomas Borjas

Thomas Borjas, M.A., CFRE

Director of Advancement Services
860.231.5898
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Diane Burgess

Director of Leadership Giving
860.231.5502
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Amanda Burke

Annual Giving Coordinator
860.231.5327
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Katie DaSilva Burke '15, M'17

Director, Alumni Relations & Annual Giving
860.231.5364
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Rose Clarke

Development Associate
860.231.5512
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Bettyanne Janelle, '07

Bettyanne Janelle '07

Coordinator, Meetings and Conference Services
860.231.5292
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Laura Martineau

Laura Martineau

Grants Development Officer
860.231.5656
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Brian Mylod

BRIAN MYLOD

Associate Athletic Director for Development
860.231.5363
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Rachel Scully

Coordinator, Alumni Relations
860.231.5447
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Amanda Sherman

Amanda Sherman

Stewardship Coordinator
860.231.5462
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Cristina Southward

Cristina Southward

Executive Assistant
860.231.5291
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Diane Thomas

Diane Thomas

Leadership Giving Officer
860.231.5347
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