Award-winning fundraiser joins MC as Director of Marietta Fund

Pam Mauldin, who was recently recognized by Fundraising Success magazine as one of the top fundraisers of the year under age 40, has been named Director of the Marietta Fund at Marietta College.

Mauldin joined the MC Office for Advancement on Jan. 30, ready to "bring fresh eyes" to the College's annual fund program.

"The Marietta Fund supports every part of the College," Mauldin said. "There's not a program or a student who is not affected by the fund. It's critical that current students have the resources that the fund provides."

Before coming to Marietta, Mauldin was director of annual and planned giving for World Learning, a Vermont-based educational institution that focuses on study abroad programs. Prior to that, she worked for Franklin Pierce College in New Hampshire as assistant director of development for annual giving. A graduate of Salem International University (Salem, W.Va.), Mauldin holds bachelor's degrees in communications and in management of nonprofit organizations.

"I am very pleased that Pam has joined our advancement staff to lead the Marietta Fund to its next level of success," said Charles E. Powell, Associate Vice President for Advancement. "In addition to her extensive annual fund experience, Pam also brings significant planned giving success, which will be invaluable to the College in the coming campaign."

The campaign for the Marietta Fund, already underway, runs through June 30. This year's goal is $1.35 million in unrestricted funds that support the College's operating budget.