ROTH NAMED DIRECTOR OF MAJOR GIFTS
William has worked to establish and develop the current National Gifts Program (prospective donors of $25,000 - $99,999) and to recruit its volunteer leaders. He has effectively increased the number of volunteers while also guiding the program to reach its current financial goals. In addition to his work with National Gifts, he is project manager for the “Educating to Lead, Educating to Serve” campaign’s scholarship initiative as well as the Douglas B. Gardner ’83 Integrated Athletic Center project (groundbreaking will occur during the April Board of Managers weekend). In addition to working with donors, William will provide leadership for the Major Gifts staff.
William is a 1993 graduate of Swarthmore College, where he majored in medieval studies. He holds a master of arts degree in history from the University of Virginia (1995). He has taught history at both UVA and at Tulane University. Prior to his arrival at Haverford in 2000, William served as an assistant coach for nationally ranked men’s and women’s track-and-field and cross-country teams at Tulane. William and his wife, Sarah, reside in Wallingford, Pa.
FALL PHONATHON SUCCESS
Thanks to all alumni volunteers who helped with the fall phonathons, which were extremely successful. Some pertinent numbers from these phonathons:Total Gifts/Pledges: 1,569 Total Dollars Raised: $203,729.07 Total Net Increase: $30,553.71 Avg. Gift/Pledge Amount: $129.85 Total Callers: 32, plus 6 managers Total Student Hours: 1,165 Number of Attempts: 2,736 Number of Contacts: 12,165