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Company Overview of Fordham University
Fordham University is an educational institution that offers undergraduate and graduate courses in arts, science, business and law. The colleges of the University include Fordham College Rose Hill, College of Business Administration, Fordham College Lincoln Center, Fordham College of Liberal Studies, and Marymount College of Fordham University. The University was founded in 1841 and is based in New York. Fordham University has endowment assets of $284 millions.
441 Eas Fordham Road
Bronx, NY 10458-5149
Founded in 1841
Key Executives for Fordham University
Chief Academic Officer and Senior Vice President
Vice President of Government Relations and Urban Affairs
Vice President of Facilities
Vice President of University Mission & Ministry
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2012.
Fordham University Key Developments
Fordham University Promotes Frank McLaughlin to Associate Vice President of Student Affairs for Athletic Alumni Relations and External Affairs/Athletic Director Emeritus, Effective from July 1, 2012
May 24 12
Fordham University’s Executive Director of Athletics Frank McLaughlin will be promoted to the new position of associate vice president of student affairs for athletic alumni relations and external affairs/athletic director emeritus at the University on July 1, 2012. In his new position, McLaughlin's responsibilities will include providing leadership for institutional efforts focused on athletic alumni relations, fundraising and external athletic affairs as well as supporting the overall University fundraising and campaign efforts with a special focus on intercollegiate athletics. He will also work closely with varsity coaches and athletic department staff in identifying fundraising needs and opportunities for individual programs, and advancing efforts in support of same. McLaughlin has been at Fordham since taking over as the athletic director at his alma mater in 1985. After serving as the athletic director for 13 years, McLaughlin was promoted to executive director of intercollegiate athletics and recreation in the spring of 1998.
Fordham University Announces Executive Changes
May 21 12
Robert D. Daleo, GSB 72, has been elected chair of Fordham University Board of Trustees, effective July 1, 2012. Daleo, the vice chairman of Thomson Reuters, has been a member of Fordhams Board of Trustees since 2008, is the current chair of the finance and investment committee, and a member of the boards executive committee. He is also a member of Fordhams President's Council. Daleo previously served as executive vice president and chief financial officer of Thomson Reuters. He was executive vice president and chief financial officer of the Thomson Corporation and also served as a member of the Thomson Corporations board of directors prior to the company's acquisition of Reuters Group PLC in 2008. Daleo takes over for John N. Tognino, PCS 75, who was honored for his service to the University at the March 26, 2012.
Fordham University Announces Management Changes
Apr 10 12
Fordham University has appointed Michael Griffin to the position of assistant vice president for alumni relations, effective April 16. Griffin replaces Daniel Gatti, S.J. (FCRH 65, GSE 66), who has served as interim director for alumni relations since July. Father Gatti will resume his role as alumni chaplain. Griffin comes to Fordham after working for more than 15 years at Columbia University, most recently as executive director for alumni relations. In this role, he led a number of university-wide initiatives which served all 16 schools and 300,000 alumni around the world. A seasoned alumni relations professional and strategist, Griffin directed a large percentage of the overall alumni relations effort at Columbia including outreach to a network of 81 clubs worldwide, arts programming in New York City, the alumni center, and alumni affinity products. He also was instrumental in the development and launch of Columbias first university-wide on-line alumni community. Griffin began his term at Columbia as assistant director of athletics, a role in which he spent eight years before transitioning to alumni relations. His zeal for athletics began well before he arrived at Columbia, though. The son of a football coach, Griffin was an accomplished scholar-athlete at the University of Rhode Island and won multiple awards while a starter on the football team. Prior to his employment at Columbia, Griffin worked in marketing at Burlington Industries in New York City and Dallas.
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