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Marietta College
Office of Advancement
215 Fifth Street
Marietta, OH 45750

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Advancement Office Staff

Joseph Sandman

Joseph Sandman

Vice President for Advancement

Dept: Advancement

740-376-4620

jgs001@marietta.edu

Office: IRVINE

Degrees: Ph.D. in English Literature (Notre Dame), a Master of Arts in English Literature (Xavier) and a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy (The Athenaeum of Ohio).

Year appointed: 2013

A veteran fundraiser with more than 35 years of development experience in higher education, Dr. Joseph G. Sandman joined Marietta College as Vice President for Advancement on June 10, 2013.

Sandman brings a deep understanding of successful fundraising, and he is working to build and strengthen the College's partnership with donors, alumni, parents, businesses and foundations.

Before Sandman joined Grenzebach Glier and Associates as a Vice President in 2012, he was the Vice President for University Advancement at Seton Hall University for nine years. He designed and led the Ever Forward Campaign that secured $152.3 million, more than two-and-half times of Seton Hall's two previous campaigns. Seton Hall ranked second among 736 colleges and universities for increasing gift income most dramatically from 1997 to 2007.

From 1994-2002, he was the Vice President for Advancement at Loyola University Chicago. While at Loyola, Sandman secured the two largest commitments in school history at $13 million and $10 million.

Sandman also served as Vice President for University Relations and Advancement at Xavier University from 1991-94. During his time at the Cincinnati university, Sandman helped establish Xavier's first national alumni association. He was previously at Xavier from 1974-79 as Director of Career Planning and Placement and later as Director of Government and Foundation Relations.

From 1979-83, he was the Director of Foundation and Corporate Relations at the University of Notre Dame and was promoted to Director of Development, a job he held from 1983-91. He led the Strategic Moments Campus, which secured $463 million, 54 percent above goal.

Sandman earned a Ph.D. in English Literature from Notre Dame, a Master of Arts in English Literature from Xavier and a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from The Athenaeum of Ohio.

Sandman and his wife, Tracey, have three sons.

He oversees a team of professionals dedicated to fundraising and external functions, including development, alumni relations, communications and public affairs.

 


 

Brandee Norris

Brandee Norris

Director of the Marietta Fund

Dept: Advancement

740-376-4821

800.274.4704

Fax: 740.376.4989

brandee.norris@marietta.edu

Degrees:

Office: Mills 301 suite

Year appointed: 2009

Norris serves as the Director of the Marietta Fund. Her primary role is to conduct fundraising efforts with the Office of Advancement, manage the Marietta Fund professional and student staff and to provide leadership to the Marietta Fund's strategic initiatives addressing donor participation and leadership annual giving.

Norris is no stranger to fundraising in a university setting. She has worked to implement a variety of annual fund raising initiatives at a handful of institutions including Johns Hopkins University, Lipscomb University and Ohio Dominican University. Most recently, Norris served as the program manager within the MASTERS division of RuffaloCODY, a national fundraising services firm based in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

 

 

 

 

 


 

Angela Anderson

Angela Anderson

Director of Advancement

Dept: Advancement

740-376-4705

angela.anderson@marietta.edu

aa001@marietta.edu

Office: Irvine, 3rd Floor

Year appointed: 2007

Mrs. Anderson, who has more than 10 years of experience in the academic world and 10 years of experience in corporate human resources, joined Marietta College in July 2007. She works in the major gifts area of Advancement.

Prior to joining Marietta College, Anderson was the assistant dean of career resources and director of corporate leadership fellow program at Ohio University's College of Business. During her time at Ohio, she revived the College of Business Internship Program and increased student participation in the program by more than 400 percent. She also originated the College of Business Internship Fair, hosting between 25 and 45 companies and hundreds of students over the years. In addition to the fair, she coordinated alumni events in various cities, including Columbus, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and New York City.

Anderson also served as an instructor of human resource management and professional communications at Ohio University. She instructed juniors and seniors on relevant human resource topics, such as Equal Employment Opportunity, affirmative action, labor relations and union history.

Anderson earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resource Management and Health Care Management in 1987 and a Master of Business Administration in 1992, both from Ohio University.

Angela and her husband, Jeffrey, reside in Athens, Ohio, with their two children, Reed and Hannah.

 


 

Susan Allender

Susan Allender

Assistant Director of the Marietta Fund

740-376-4502

susan.allender@marietta.edu

Office: Mills Suite 301

Degrees: Bachelor of Arts in Management from Marietta College

Year appointed: 2002

Ms. Allender, who has a background with more than 20 years of sales, marketing and management experience, is the Assistant Director of the Marietta Fund, a position she has held since May of 2002.

In that role she works to advance the growth of the Marietta Fund, the College's unrestricted annual giving program. She is primarily responsible for assisting in the development and implementation of fundraising programs that encourage support for the Marietta Fund from alumni, parents and students. These programs include leadership annual giving, direct mail, the Marietta College Phonathon and the Senior Challenge campaign.

Prior to joining Marietta College, Ms. Allender worked in Athens, Ohio, where she owned and operated two businesses simultaneously for more than a decade. Previously, she had been employed by Forma Scientific in Marietta as an inside sales representative.

Susan earned a Bachelor of Arts in Management from Marietta College and is a member of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. She resides in Marietta, Ohio.

 


 

Myra Reich

Myra Reich

Administrative Assistant to Vice President

Dept: Advancement

740-376-4711 Person email:reichm@marietta.edu

myra.reich@marietta.edu

Office: Irvine, 3rd Floor

Year appointed: 1998

Ms. Reich, who has worked at Marietta College since 1987, has been the office manager and administrative assistant to the Vice President of Advancement since 1998. She began her career at Marietta as the secretary in the Music Department, and later became the administrative assistant for Academic Grants and Special Events, and in Career Services. She was also the graphic designer and office coordinator for the Institute of Education and Training for Business in the McDonough Center for Leadership and Business.

Ms. Reich resides near Lowell with her husband, Vern. She has two sons, Nathan '04 and Greg '06. She enjoys reading, gardening and traveling with her husband.

 


 

Jill Deming

Jill Deming

Prospect Researcher

Dept: Advancement

740-376-4710

demingj@marietta.edu

jill.deming@marietta.edu

Office: Irvine, 3rd Floor

Year appointed: 2004

Ms. Deming, who has more than four years of experience in prospect research at Marietta College, rejoined the Advancement staff in January 2004. She initiates research on potential donors to Marietta College.

She worked at Marietta College from 1994-97 as the Director of Research and Information Systems in Advancement. In between her time at MC, Ms. Deming was an office manager for Diversified Components, a machine shop and manufacturer of screw machine products, located in Ashville, N.Y., and as an onsite supervisor for Adecco Employment Services at the Cummins Engine Company onsite location in Lakewood, N.Y.

Ms. Deming is a graduate of both Marietta High School and Washington State Community College. She serves on the board of EVE, Inc. She resides in Marietta.

 


 

Tara Meagle

Tara Meagle

Administrative Assistant Marietta Fund

Dept: Advancement

740-376-4756

tara.meagle@marietta.edu

tdm003@marietta.edu

Office: Mills 301 suite

Year appointed: 2008

Mrs. Meagle, who has previously worked at City Financial, joined Marietta College in August 2008 as an administrative assistant to the Marietta Fund. Prior to joining Marietta College, she was a stay at home mom for four years.

Meagle is a lifelong resident of Marietta and is married to James "Bo" Meagle '96. They have two children, McKenzi and Dillon.

Outside of work, Mrs. Meagle enjoys watching her children play sports, taking family trips and spending time with family.

 


 

Jonna Munfield

Jonna Munfield

Gift Processing Coordinator

Dept: Advancement

740-376-4706

jsm003@marietta.edu

jonna.munfield@marietta.edu

Office: Irvine, 3rd Floor

Year appointed: 2006

Ms. Munfield, who worked as a receptionist and internal auditor at a Marietta company for more than two years, joined Marietta College's Advancement Office in August of 2006 as the office assistant/receptionist.

Prior to joining the College, she worked at Par Mar Oil Company from March 2004 until arriving at MC. She also worked as a bookkeeper at Cernus Printing Consultants in Marietta.

Ms. Munfield resides in Marietta, Ohio, with her son who is a student at the college. Her hobby is watching him and the pioneers play football.