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The Rutgers University Foundation seeks a strategic, creative and experienced professional to serve as the Chief Communications Officer for the Rutgers University Foundation and the Rutgers University Alumni Association. In anticipation of a future multi-billion dollar campaign, the Associate Vice President of Foundation and Alumni Communications (herein AVP) will join the organization during a period of strategic growth with an emphasis on defining messaging to our philanthropic and alumni audiences. In addition, the AVP will be an internal partner to departments and teams, sought after for collaborative product development, provide strategic prioritization that aligns with the Foundation’s current strategic plan and be a critical vision setter for a 13-person communications team. The AVP will be expected to work on high-level proposal development while also creating and executing on the communications needs associated with campaign planning and readiness. In addition, s/he will partner closely with key communicators across all campuses on items that mutually impact the University and the Foundation, such as crisis communications, transformative gift announcement and high-impact news, both regional and national. As an immediate colleague to the Associate Vice Presidents for Alumni Relations and Annual Giving, the AVP will be part of an interdependent team, where collaboration and teamwork are common definitions for success.
The Rutgers University Foundation is an independent 501(c)3 advancement operation with the mission of fostering alumni engagement and garnering philanthropic support from Rutgers University alumni, friends, and organizations. The University has a total of over 500,000 alumni worldwide. In addition, the Rutgers University Alumni Association (RUAA) is a collaborative part of the Foundation and works closely with all areas of Rutgers advancement operation. Reporting to the Vice President for Alumni Relations, Communications and Annual Giving, the AVP will work closely with senior leadership and will be directly involved in the execution of the strategic plan. The scope of his/her work will include advancement related communications work across all three Universities – New Brunswick, Newark and Camden, as well as the Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences division (RBHS, a 14-unit academic medical system), non-degree units and BIG10 Athletics.
The ideal candidate will have a strong record of segmented messaging and marketing automation strategies, capable of envisioning and executing on communication plans that speak to large audience and individuals alike, concentrating on authenticity and brand identity. Experience and/or intimate familiarity with crisis communications, media relations and print/online media is highly desired, as is the ability to pivot quickly to new digital and social media platforms. S/he must have solid management experience, preferably overseeing teams with a track record of motivating staff, embracing change and encouraging colleagues to take initiative and lead by example. S/he must have a sincere desire to partner with internal colleagues, spending as much time with his/her team as with other teams across the Foundation. The successful candidate will need to have a strong background in utilizing data for audience segmentation. Accessible and collegial leadership style is a prerequisite, as is the creativity and energy to convince and persuade varying constituencies of new ideas and directions.
The AVP must have a Bachelor’s degree and at least 10 years of experience in a comparable communications operation, ideally with a background in advancement/fundraising/alumni communications. Demonstrated success in collaborating with advancement partners to achieve strategic goals and promote cross functional project execution is required.
Rutgers University Foundation
Created in 1973, the Rutgers University Foundation advances Rutgers' pursuit of excellence in education, research, and public service. The RUF provides the bridge between donors and the schools and programs, faculty, and students that make up Rutgers University. The Foundation helps to match caring people with satisfying and meaningful opportunities to make gifts that have an impact on Rutgers.
RUF has 224 full time employees (63 frontline fundraisers) and is in an enviable moment of growth and expansion. The Foundation’s primary functions are development and alumni relations, which collaborate with Foundation and Alumni Communications all associated support services. RUF employees enjoy a collaborative relationship with the University, sharing many resources and benefits, yet still maintaining its status as an independent 501(c)3 non-profit. The Foundation’s main offices are located in New Brunswick, where this AVP will be located along with his/her associated staff and departments. The RUF also has advancement offices in Rutgers-Newark and Rutgers-Camden, and a fast-growing advancement team dedicated to Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences.
More info on the Foundation can be found on: www.support.rutgers.edu
Rutgers University Alumni Association
Formed in 2008, the Rutgers University Alumni Association (RUAA) serves all alumni of Rutgers University. Staff work in partnership with a board and network of alumni leaders to advance the best interests and well being of Rutgers University by engaging all alumni in the life of the institution. RUAA serves more than 500,000 living alumni of Rutgers University. Membership in the RUAA is free and automatically granted to all graduates of Rutgers University, or any of its predecessor schools, upon graduation.
More information on the RUAA can be found on: www.alumni.rutgers.edu/
DONNA THORNTON, VICE PRESIDENT FOR ALUMNI REALTIONS, ANNUAL GIVING AND COMMUNICATIONS
Donna Thornton joined Rutgers University in 2006, was named Vice President for Alumni Relations in December 2007 and in 2015 added the departments of Annual Giving and Foundation and Alumni Communications. Thornton has played a vital role in transforming alumni relations at Rutgers. In July of 2008, the University launched the newly-formed Rutgers University Alumni Association (RUAA), its first all-inclusive alumni association. She was instrumental in reorganizing both the staff and volunteer structure to support the university's new non-dues based association.
In her capacity at Rutgers, Thornton has university-wide responsibilities in annual giving and alumni relations, engaging Rutgers alumni with the university and facilitating their support via a robust and comprehensive annual giving program. Thornton is also a member of the University President’s Administrative Council and the Foundation leadership team, where she is a strong advocate for the role of volunteers and alumni engagement in advancing the overall mission and goals of the institution. Thornton is often consulted for her strategic and change management skills.
Prior to joining Rutgers, Thornton served as the COO and interim President and CEO of the University of Maine Alumni Association where she also directed the annual giving and membership dues programs. She has extensive experience in the public and private sectors; before her position at the University of Maine she was elected to the city council in Brewer, Maine, and later served that community as its Mayor.
Thornton is a committed advancement professional and is a sought after speaker and dedicated volunteer. She is a member and former officer of the Board of the Council for Alumni Association Executives (CAAE), former president of the Big East Conference Alumni Professionals Organization, and a former member of the CASE Commission on Alumni Relations. She holds a bachelor's degree in public management and a master's degree in public administration, both from the University of Maine.
ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT FOR FOUNDATION AND ALUMNI COMMUNICATIONS
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Qualities of the Ideal Candidate
The AVP can be expected to have the following personal characteristics and professional qualifications:
The Accountant is primarily responsible for the oversight of the Alumni Relations accounting activity that is ultimately recorded in the Rutgers University Foundation's ("the Foundation") accounting system. The responsibilities included in the scope of this role involve the entry, extraction, review and upload of financial data from the University's accounting system, booking of journal entries and project tracking attributes in the Foundation's accounting system and oversight in the analysis/reporting of activity for Alumni Relations management. Also included in the support of Alumni Relations is the review and consolidation of fiscal year budgets. The Accountant will also oversee all aspects of endowment and deferred gifts made to the Foundation (i.e. annuities and trusts) to be invested at the Foundation, and will be expected to work with the Office of Gift Planning to process such gifts for investment and transfer proceeds to the University. The Accountant will also be responsible for the creation, coding and maintenance of non-event allocations in the donor database. Finally, this position will also provide support to the Controller, and Chief Financial Officer, for any games of chance, surveys, projects, or other assignments that will further improve the efficiency and support of the accounting function at the Foundation. This person works under the general supervision of the Rutgers University Foundation Controller and will be expected to recommend policies and procedures to ensure the efficient and effective utilization of the financial system. This position requires knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles and practices (GAAP) and a good understanding of accounting concepts, theories, terminology and applications.
The Rutgers University Foundation (RUF) seeks a creative, innovative and tech-saavy Associate Director, Digital Fundraising (herein AD) to join the Annual Giving team at a time of increased investment in the digital aspect of the team’s work. Reporting to the Senior Director of Annual Giving, this AD will manage all activities related to digital fundraising efforts in support of building a culture of philanthropy from alumni, parents, and friends of Rutgers University New Brunswick, Camden and Newark.
The AD will strategize, coordinate, implement, and evaluate comprehensive email campaigns to contribute to the RUF annual giving goals of increasing engagement and philanthropic support, as well as work across annual giving teams to coordinate and implement various digital platforms for multi-channel engagement, such as including informing tactics for Rutgers Giving Day. S/he will work collaboratively with the central Foundation communications department to inform and support social media and web strategies in conjunction with the goals of the annual giving digital strategy. This person will play a key role in the shift to utilize digital components in annual giving in order to align with the industry trend that identifies the digital as the future.
The ideal candidate will have three to five years of digital marketing and/or fundraising experience. S/he will have demonstrated experience in creating and deploying digital campaigns, knowledge of digital engagement best practices is critical, ideally in higher education or other non-profit organizations. The AD should have strong analytical and marketing skills, as well as an ability to interpret complex data to inform strategy and decision making. S/he will have a strong track record of learning new systems quickly and effectively, preferably with technical skills in HTML, Microsoft Office, and Marketo or other marketing automation platforms. The AD will have strong collaboration and communication skills to work closely with the rest of the Annual Giving team, as well as partners across the Foundation. In order to ensure success, s/he will have strong organizational and time management skills; and the ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines simultaneously, with careful attention to detail.
Rutgers University Foundation
Created in 1973, the Rutgers University Foundation advances Rutgers' pursuit of excellence in education, research, and public service. The Foundation provides the bridge between donors and the schools, programs, faculty, and students that make up the University. The Foundation helps to match caring people with satisfying and meaningful opportunities to make gifts that have an impact on Rutgers. Founded in 1766, Rutgers is the eighth oldest institution of higher education in the nation. Today, Rutgers, a member of the Association of American Universities, is New Jersey's premier public research institution and flagship state university. More than 100 majors offer students vast opportunities. On July 1, 2014, Rutgers University joined The Big Ten Conference of world-class universities whose member institutions share a common mission of research, graduate, professional and undergraduate teaching and public service. The Foundation is a 501(c) (3) tax-exempt organization with the sole mission of supporting Rutgers University. The organization includes the areas of Alumni Relations, Development and related Communications. Lead by Foundation President Nevin Kessler and his senior cabinet – the Executive Leadership Group (ELG) – the Foundation successfully completed a $1 billion campaign in 2014 and is preparing for another multi-billion dollar campaign in the near future.
Associate Director of Digital Fundraising:
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The AD can be expected to have the following personal characteristics and professional qualifications:
The Rutgers University Foundation seeks an experienced, entrepreneurial, and creative fundraising professional to serve as its next Director of Development for the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (RWJMS), a part of the Rutgers University Biomedical and Health Sciences System (RBHS). The Director of Development (DOD) reports to the Associate Vice President for RBHS Development and will work closely with the Department of Surgery and Global Health Initiatives at RBHS. The Rutgers University Foundation is rapidly growing the RBHS fundraising team with the anticipation of a multi-billion University-wide campaign in the near future. Rutgers having celebrated its 250th anniversary last year, RBHS is simultaneously celebrating its stature as one of the largest academic medical systems in the country. The DOD will be joining the Foundation at a time of great enthusiasm for a future multi-billion dollar campaign, new Foundation facilities and office space, as well as an environment that encourages creativity, cutting-edge technology and out-of-the-box ways to work efficiently and intelligently. This DOD will be one of three fundraisers working with of Robert Wood Johnson Medical School’s doctors, patients and families, alums, residents, to identify increasing levels of philanthropic support while simultaneously planning for an expansion of the team in the coming years. The DOD will have a deep and exciting portfolio, overseeing prospects in connection to the units of Surgery and Global Health. The successful candidate will have a rare opportunity to come in at the ground level for a growing development team that is supporting a highly ranked and well established Medical School.
The ideal candidate will have a track record of fundraising success with, 6- and 7- figure gifts; experience within the medical school and hospital fundraising arena is preferred but not required. With seven or more years of experience, s/he will be prepared to work with Foundation leadership and have experience collaborating with faculty and/or doctors as well as alumni of a university or school. S/he will be capable demonstrating an ability to think and act strategically, while exhibiting creativity, taking initiative, and showing an ability to excel within a team-based environment. The DOD will be nimble and capable of working within a growing RBHS development team with a team-oriented and ‘can do’ approach. The DOD will solicit highly rated prospects and donors at an average of 15 qualified prospects and donors a month. It is also the DOD’s responsibility to engage volunteers in the fundraising process and maintain communication with internal and external constituencies. S/he will be capable of composing proposals to advance the development agenda for the units within RBHS, in addition to matching prospects’ interested to appropriate projects. Frequent travel is expected. A Bachelor’s degree is required and an advanced degree is welcome.
Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences
As New Jersey’s premier academic health center, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (RBHS) thrives in educating students, providing clinical care, and conducting research, all with the goal of improving human health. RBHS is equipped as never before to transform lives with its superior and professional staff along with their community of healers, scientists, and scholars. Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences serves as the umbrella organization for eight schools, four centers, and institutes, and a behavioral health network. It was created in July 2013 after the New Jersey Medical and Health Sciences Education Act went into effect. This act integrated Rutgers University with all of the units of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, except University Hospital in Newark and the School of Osteopathic Medicine in Stratford. Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences was created and composed of legacy UMDNJ units and Rutgers School of Pharmacy, College of Nursing, and Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research. Rutgers is one of the largest academic institutions in the United Stated providing health care education, research, clinical service and care.
Led by chancellor Brian L. Strom, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (RBHS) comprises eight schools and their attendant faculty practices, centers, institutes, and clinics; New Jersey's largest behavioral health care network; and numerous additional centers, institutes, and clinics. RBHS also includes New Jersey's leading comprehensive cancer care center, the Cancer Institute of New Jersey, which reports directly to Rutgers' president, Robert L. Barchi. These units are found at Rutgers University–New Brunswick, including Piscataway; at Rutgers Health Sciences at Newark, Scotch Plains, Somerset, and Stratford; at Rutgers University–Newark; and at additional locations in New Jersey. RBHS, integral to Rutgers' mission, works synergistically with many other academic, research, and clinical units throughout the university and the region.
Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
As one of the nation's leading comprehensive medical schools, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in education, research, health care delivery, and the promotion of community health. In cooperation with Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, the medical school's principal affiliate, they comprise New Jersey's premier academic medical center. In addition, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School has 34 other hospital affiliates and ambulatory care sites throughout the region.
Robert Wood Johnson Medical School encompasses 19 basic science and clinical departments, and hosts centers and institutes including The Cardiovascular Institute, the Child Health Institute of New Jersey, and the Center for Advanced Biotechnology and Medicine. The medical school maintains educational programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate levels for more than 1,500 students on its campuses in New Brunswick and Piscataway, and provides continuing education courses for health care professionals and community education programs.
Dean Sherine E. Gabriel
Sherine E. Gabriel, MD, is Dean of the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and a distinguished professor of medicine and epidemiology at May Medical School since 2000. She has been associated with Mayo Medical School in a variety of roles for nearly 30 years. Educated at the University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, and the College of Pharmacy at the University Of Saskatchewan Medical School, before earning her medical degree at the University of Saskatchewan. In her first year as dean of Mayo Medical School, Dr. Gabriel launched a program to design, implement, and disseminate a new education model to prepare future physicians to achieve better care, healthier patients/communities, and more affordable health care. This initiative has been recognized by the American Medical Association through a competitive award. Her largely-NIH funded research has resulted in more than 250 peer-reviewed original scientific publications addressing the costs, determinants, and outcomes of the rheumatic diseases. In addition, Dr. Gabriel was appointed by the U.S. Government Accountability Office to the Methodology Committee of the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) and has served as the committee's first chair. PCORI was created by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010. She has also served on many other governmental committees and advisory boards, including the FDA Drug Safety and Risk Management Committee.
Rutgers University Foundation
Created in 1973, the Rutgers University Foundation advances Rutgers' pursuit of excellence in education, research, and public service. The Foundation provides the bridge between donors and the schools, programs, faculty, and students that make up the University. The Foundation helps to match caring people with satisfying and meaningful opportunities to make gifts that have an impact on Rutgers. Founded in 1766, Rutgers is the eighth oldest institution of higher education in the nation. Today, Rutgers, a member of the Association of American Universities, is New Jersey's premier public research institution and flagship state university. More than 100 majors offer students vast opportunities. On July 1, 2014, Rutgers University joined The Big Ten Conference of world-class universities whose member institutions share a common mission of research, graduate, professional and undergraduate teaching and public service. The Foundation is a 501(c) (3) tax-exempt organization. Our sole mission is to support Rutgers University.
Denise Gavala, Associate Vice President for RBHS Development
Denise P. Gavala has more than 25 years of experience in major and principal gifts and development management, with the last 19 years in higher education. Since 2004, she has specialized in healthcare and biomedical sciences and is currently the Associate Vice President for Development at Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (RBHS). For more than 13 years, she has overseen fundraising for Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, the School of Public Health, the Graduate School for Biomedical Sciences and, more recently, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy and the School of Health Professions. She also oversees several Research Institutes, including the Child Health Institute and the Center for Advanced Biotechnology and Medicine.
Through her career in healthcare development, she has raised more than $150 million for clinical care, research and education, guided leadership in soliciting and closing major gifts, and worked closely with individuals, corporations and foundations, grateful patients and alumni groups to engage, close and steward major gift prospects. Ms. Gavala also shared in the integration and roll out of the grateful patient and family program at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, which encompasses 20 basic science and clinical departments and three major institutes.
Previous to serving in her current position, she was Director of Development at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, where she concentrated on the sciences, including chemistry and biology. Ms. Gavala holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science and a mini MBA in business essentials, both from Rutgers University.
Director of Development: Specific Responsibilities and Duties
Major Gift Fundraising
Working with Internal Constituencies
Collaborate with and leverage the Rutgers University Foundation staff and resources
Work with Volunteers/External Constituencies and Special Events
Qualities of the Ideal Candidate
The DOD can be expected to have the following personal characteristics and professional qualifications:
The Rutgers University Foundation’s Athletic Development Team seeks an ambitious, dynamic and collaborative leader to serve as its next Associate Athletic Director / Director of Athletic Development (herein “Director”). The Director reports to the Senior Associate Athletic Director/Associate Vice President for Athletic Development and will be a part of a 12-person development operation. As a member of the Big Ten, on the back end of a $100M campaign along with R Big Ten Build campaign underway, s/he will have the opportunity to build the tremendous momentum that has the Rutgers’ campus buzzing with energy. The Director will lead a team of two frontline major gifts fundraisers, manage a portfolio of donors with the capacity to give 6- and 7- figure major gifts and strategize with senior leadership on the strategic vision and priorities of athletic development. The successful candidate will join the team during a pivotal time for Rutgers University Athletics and be impactful in making Rutgers Athletics a force in the Big Ten conference.
The ideal candidate will have a track record of individual fundraising success with 5-, 6- and 7 figure gifts and passion for collegiate athletics and athletic fundraising. With seven or more years of major gifts experience, s/he will be prepared to work with athletic development leadership, engage with and solicit both current and new high potential donors while leading and managing a team that is dedicated, ambitious and welcomes a challenge. S/he will be capable of demonstrating an ability to be flexible and strategic, along with the ability to communicate with and motivate those around them.
Rutgers University Athletics & R Big Ten Build Campaign
Rutgers University Athletics has a storied history that began way back in 1869, when the first game of intercollegiate football was played between Rutgers and Princeton, which Rutgers won 6-4. Since then, athletics at Rutgers has evolved into a Division 1 school in the highly competitive Big 10 conference with 24 athletic programs and over 600 student athletes from across the country. Several programs including basketball, football, soccer, wrestling, baseball and most recently lacrosse have achieved top 15 nationally ranked status at some point over the past 20 years.
Rutgers is committed to building championship contenders in the Big Ten. This commitment means the university must build premier training facilities for elite student-athletes from New Jersey, the nation, and around the globe. To fulfill this objective, Rutgers Athletics is embarking on the Big Ten Build, a targeted campaign to raise $100 million for new or upgraded athletic facilities.
Phase I of R Big Ten Build, created in collaboration with the University Physical Master Plan, includes three projects: a Multisport Training Complex (RWJBarnabas Health Athletic Performance Center), adjacent to the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC), a Lacrosse and Soccer Training Complex, and an enhanced Football Training Complex, at the Hale Center. These pivotal projects will result in additional square feet of critical training space and will have a dramatic and wide-ranging impact on all 24 Rutgers athletic programs and on the 600 student-athletes who represent Rutgers on a national stage.
R Big Ten Build will provide state-of-the-art practice centers for football, men’s and women’s basketball, wrestling, and gymnastics, as well as key support areas for men’s and women’s lacrosse, and men’s and women’s soccer. These facilities will meet a crucial need for high-performance training, exceptional academic support, first-class sports medicine, and critical shared pathways that will support a championship culture at Rutgers.
Rutgers Athletics’ core mission is to graduate student-athletes. To that end, the vacated space in the RAC will become a much-needed expanded academic center and gathering space for all 14 sports that train on the Livingston Campus.
As the newest member of the Big Ten, Rutgers has gained unparalleled exposure. The university’s ascent to national prominence will depend on your key support of this game-changing plan.
More information on the Big Ten Build Campaign can be found at http://www.rutgersbigtenbuild.com
Athletic Director Patrick Hobbs
A New Jersey native with over 20 years of leadership experience in higher education and public service, Patrick Hobbs serves as the Director of Athletics at Rutgers University.
Hobbs joined the Scarlet Knights on Nov. 29, 2015. During his time at Rutgers, Hobbs restructured Athletics leadership to enhance communication, improve resource allocation and to enrich customer service and the game day experience. This new leadership is charged with developing a comprehensive strategic plan that will communicate a defined vision for Rutgers Athletics. He served as Dean at the Seton Hall School of Law from 1999 to 2015 and oversaw the Department of Athletics for the Seton Hall Pirates from 2009 to 2011
As the Interim Director of Athletics at Seton Hall, Hobbs assumed supervision of the department and led searches for men's and women's basketball head coaches. He also conducted the search for and hiring of a permanent athletic director and added the sport of women's golf, which earned two Big East titles in the last five years. Another major accomplishment was negotiating a contract with the Prudential Center as a home site for men's basketball games.
Hobbs was influential in fundraising at Seton Hall Law by spearheading the $25 million plus campaign, Seton Hall Law Rising, the school's largest fundraising initiative. Part of the success stemmed from revitalizing alumni support with over 70 percent contributing during the campaign.
During his tenure, Hobbs established several centers of excellence: The Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy; the Center for Policy and Research; and the Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology. Under his leadership, Seton Hall Law achieved worldwide prominence through a series of groundbreaking initiatives emanating from the school's social justice mission.
Associate Vice President for Athletic Development Richard Knupp
Previously an Associate Athletic Director, Knupp was promoted to his current position in September 2016.
In his current role, Knupp leads the athletic development efforts, including oversight of the day to day operations of the department as well as executing strategy on capital and annual fund campaigns.
Knupp’s responsibilities include developing strategy and oversight of “R B1G Build” campaign, a target campaign to raise $100 million for new or upgraded athletic facilities. The initiative, which has raised more than $72 million from 2,200 donors as of April 2017, has received 14 donations of more than $1 million, including the three largest gifts in Rutgers Athletics history, which combined to exceed $11 million.
Knupp has consistently exceeded his annual major gift fundraising goals, raising significant support for scholarships, facility projects, coaching salaries, and other operational support. Major projects overseen in his tenure include developing the premium seating pricing model at Rutgers, initiating the first-ever letter winners association, Varsity R, and leading a critical fundraising campaign to renovate the Hale Center lobby, hallways, tunnel, and equipment room.
Prior to Rutgers, Knupp was employed by Lehigh University as the Director of the Lehigh Athletics Partnership. He managed the overall fundraising efforts for the Athletic Partnership and led a team of five staff members that generated over $2.1 million in annual support. Before entering the field of intercollegiate athletics, Knupp spent time as an Analyst for Merrill Lynch Global Markets and as a Senior Accounting Associate at Prudential International Insurance.
Knupp acquired his B.A. in economics from Dartmouth College in 2005 and later earned his M.B.A. in finance from Lehigh University in 2011. While at Dartmouth, Knupp was a three-year letter winner in football at defensive end.
By the Numbers
Rutgers Athletics raised a record $30.3M dollars in 2016, eclipsing the previous record in 2010 of $16.8M (~80% increase) and 2015’s total of $14.4M (~105% increase). Last year between January and May, Rutgers athletics received 10 gifts of $1M or more including the largest donations in Rutgers Athletics history with three donors giving more than $11M combined.
Director of Athletic Development
Specific Responsibilities and Duties
Qualities of the Ideal Candidate
The Director can be expected to have the following personal characteristics and professional qualifications: