Position as Assistant Vice President, University Advancement and Alumni Engagement at Texas Woman’s University

The Aspen Leadership Group is proud to partner with Texas Woman’s University in the search for an Assistant Vice President, University Advancement and Alumni Engagement.

The Associate Vice President, University Advancement and Alumni Engagement, reporting to the Vice President, University Advancement and Alumni Engagement, will develop coherent, groundbreaking new strategies and outreach that strengthen engagement and engagement among Texas Woman’s University alumni and friends. The Associate Vice President will manage annual fundraising activities and events and ensure that communications on university progress and alumni engagement provide strategic, inclusive and collaborative content for online, social media and print purposes. The Associate Vice President will lead the volunteer Alumni Advisory Board and serve as a senior executive representing university progress and alumni engagement to multiple internal and external stakeholders. This position offers the opportunity for remote work.

Texas Woman’s University (TWU) is a public university that offers a comprehensive catalog of academic programs, including bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees. Founded in 1901 by an act of the 27th Legislature as the Girls Industrial College, the institution became Texas Woman’s University in 1957 and admitted men for the first time in 1972. Today the institution has grown from a small college into a large university. As the nation’s largest university system focused on women, Texas Woman’s University offers more than 60 majors in liberal arts and sciences, nursing, health sciences, business and education. Texas Woman’s is a proud member of the Women’s College Coalition whose mission is to change the world through the education and success of women and girls.

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The university’s main campus consists of 270 acres in Denton, Texas, with additional health sciences-focused campuses in Dallas and Houston. There is also an e-learning campus that offers innovative online courses. TWU’s student population has nearly doubled in the last few decades, with more than 16,000 students currently enrolled – 89% of whom are women. TWU offers students the opportunity to learn from and collaborate with faculty members who conduct leading-edge research in their fields. With a student-to-faculty ratio of 18 to 1, there is plenty of time for one-on-one discussions with the instructors to increase understanding. Students can extend their learning at TWU beyond the classroom with more than 125 student organizations and five sports participating in NCAA Division II competitions—including the national championship-winning gymnastics team. The more than 100,000 living alumni have numerous opportunities to stay in touch with TWU. TWU alumni can use the Pioneer Network, an online community, to connect with former classmates, mentor current students, and build career connections. The TWU Alumni Engagement Office also offers alumni the opportunity to volunteer to help advance the institution, as well as opportunities to network both virtually and in person.

Texas Woman’s University is consistently ranked among the top institutions in the country. Bestcolleges.com ranks TWU as the top public university in the country on their list of Best Colleges for Students with Children. US News & World Report named the institution’s online master’s program in family nursing as the best program in Texas, and its online master’s program in nursing education is the second largest program in the country. TWU was also named the second largest in Texas and 45th in the US by The Economist for increasing student earning potential, and is the third most affordable institution in Texas according to College for All Texas. In addition, Texas Woman’s University has received the Military Friendly designation for ten consecutive years.

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Texas Woman’s University accepts candidates from a wide range of backgrounds. A bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience and at least six years of proven experience and effectiveness in fundraising and alumni engagement, preferably in an academic setting, are preferred. All applications must be accompanied by a cover letter and a CV. Cover letters should address the mission of Texas Woman’s University and the responsibilities and qualifications outlined in the prospectus.

The salary range for this position is $125,000 to $135,000 per year.

Applications received by April 13, 2023 will be preferred.

To apply for this position visit: https://opportunities.aspenleadershipgroup.com/opportunities/1259.