Immaculata Welcomes New Vice President for University Advancement
Immaculata University announces that Kevin F. Quinn, M.B.A., CFRE, of Drexel Hill, PA, has been appointed as the new vice president for University Advancement. An experienced advancement professional, Quinn has spent more than 18 years in higher education, 16 of them at Catholic institutions. He has managed capital campaigns, annual giving, alumni relations, major and planned gifts, corporate/foundation relations, advancement services, board recruitment and advancement communications.
Quinn has a B.S. in marketing and an M.B.A., both from Saint Joseph’s University, and he is also a certified fundraising executive (CFRE). He comes to Immaculata with an extensive understanding of advancement operations, having played leadership roles in comprehensive campaigns at Saint Joseph’s University, Neumann University, and Haverford College. At Saint Joseph’s University, he served as director of annual giving, associate director of campaign programs, and executive director of the alumni association. At Neumann University, he was the director of individual gifts and director of the successful “Grow to Inspire” capital campaign. This campaign launched just as the nation’s financial crisis began, but still exceeded its fundraising goals, doubling the largest capital campaign in the school’s history. Quinn has also served as vice president for development at Woods Services Foundation, which supports non-profit mental health agencies.
“I am excited to have been chosen for this role at Immaculata during this important time,” Quinn commented. “I look forward to working with alumni, parents and friends who are committed to Immaculata’s plans and goals that support our mission and enhance our ability to provide an excellent Catholic education to our students.”
“I am pleased to welcome Kevin Quinn to Immaculata,” commented Sister R. Patricia Fadden, IHM, Ed.D., president of Immaculata University. “He has an excellent track record in advancement, a deep familiarity with Catholic education, and a talent for engaging constituents, which will make him a valuable addition to the University.”