Albright College appoints two vice presidents

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Albright College has appointed two new vice presidents. Deborah M. McCreery, J.D., of Plymouth Meeting, Pa., has been named vice president for advancement. Gregory L. Fulmer, CPA, of Lancaster, Pa., has been named vice president for administrative and financial services.

McCreery oversees the College’s Advancement Division, comprising alumni relations, college relations and marketing, and development, as well as the $55 million That Their Light May Shine: The Campaign for Albright College, the most ambitious fundraising initiative in the school’s history. She has more than 25 years of leadership experience in higher education, with an extensive background in fundraising, business administration and financial management.

Prior to joining Albright, she served as vice president for institutional advancement at the College of Saint Elizabeth, Morristown, N.J., where she secured the institution’s largest single alumna donation, a gift of $1.2 million for a biology laboratory renovation project, and increased annual giving by 25 percent.

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