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Chief Advancement Officer/Vice President of Advancement
Scope of Responsibilities: The Vice President for Advancement will foster a culture of philanthropy by leading all aspects of institutional advancement including vision, strategic planning, development and management of a team-focused staff, and all fundraising campaign efforts and ensuring that fund development is carried out in ways that support and advance the institution’s values, mission, vision, and plans. General Responsibilities: Ensuring compliance with all relevant regulations, laws, ethical principles, and standards of professional conduct for fundraising executives; the institution’s policies and procedures; and accountability standards to donors. Active cultivation and solicitat
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