Aims Community College selects new Director of Institutional AdvancementSubmitted on: 04-05-2007
Aims Community College recently named Julie Buderus as Director of Institutional Advancement. Buderus’ responsibilities include overseeing the Office of Grants and Contracts as well as the Aims Foundation. The Foundation is currently conducting the $4 million “Building for Tomorrow Today” campaign, which so far has raised more than $2 million toward capital improvements and construction projects. The hallmark of the campaign is a new Allied Health and Sciences building currently under construction on the Greeley campus. Many gifting opportunities are still available, including the naming rights to the flagship building that will house Aims’ nursing, radiologic technology, surgical technology, and natural sciences programs in a 65,000-square-foot cutting-edge facility. Buderus comes to the college with more than 12 years of fundraising experience, most recently with the National Association for Interpretation in Fort Collins, and the University of Northern Colorado Foundation, where she increased donor support and decreased spending significantly. “As a native of Greeley, I am thrilled about my new role with Aims Community College. Aims’ visionary programs that target allied health care and energy-related partnerships illustrate a strong responsibility to our community, and beyond,” Buderus said. “It is exciting to be here during this incredible period of growth and opportunity.” She can be reached at 339-6583 or Julie.firstname.lastname@example.org.
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