Medaille College Appoints David Greenman as Vice President for Institutional Advancement

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Medaille College Appoints David Greenman as Vice President for Institutional Advancement

Posted by Medaille College Office of Communications

David C. Greenman

David C. Greenman has been appointed as vice president for institutional advancement at Medaille College. In this role, Greenman will oversee all philanthropy, alumni and community relations for the College. As a lifelong resident of Western New York, he is looking forward to sharing and expanding the message and mission of Medaille, both locally and nationally. 

“I am honored to join and serve the Medaille community,” says Greenman. “Medaille plays a pivotal role in the Western New York region and offers life-changing opportunities to its students. I look forward to supporting the continuation of this legacy through philanthropic and community outreach.” 

Prior to joining Medaille, Greenman served for over three years as the associate vice president of institutional advancement at Niagara University, where he was responsible for all fundraising and alumni relations efforts and helped oversee the university’s largest capital campaign to date. He brings nearly 25 years of management experience, and has served in various philanthropic and not-for-profit leadership roles throughout the Western New York community, including at the King Urban Life Center, the Diocese of Buffalo and St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute, to name a few.

In his role at Medaille College, Greenman will serve as member of the President’s Cabinet.  

“We are fortunate to have David join our senior leadership team,” says Medaille College President Dr. Kenneth M. Macur. “Our entire College community will benefit from his expertise and direction, as we work together to advance the mission and vision of the institution moving forward. Special thanks to Medaille trustee Birgit Smith Burton ’89, a respected national leader in the fundraising profession, for her role on the search committee for this position.”

Medaille’s Office of Institutional Advancement serves the College by championing its story to all audiences for the purposes of cultivating friends, building support and generating the resources that enable Medaille to achieve its mission and vision. Primary responsibilities include alumni and donor relations, fundraising outreach, corporate and foundation relations, integrated communications and public relations.

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