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* McNabb resigns from college

Chief Advancement Officer Jane McNabb has resigned her position with Shoreline Community College effective June 30, 2012.

JaneMcNabb1.jpg“It has been a great experience and I’ve been fortunate to work with wonderful people,” McNabb said. “I wish the very best for the college, the students, faculty and staff.”

In her position, McNabb oversaw the Office of Advancement, which includes the Public Information Office and the Shoreline Community College Foundation. She served as Executive Director of the Foundation.  Her last day on campus is set for June 22, 2012.

During her time at Shoreline, McNabb organized a record-breaking Foundation breakfast event and spearheaded a number of grant applications. She also launched the 1964 Society, a fundraising effort that will culminate with the celebration of college’s 50th anniversary in 2014.

“I’m grateful for Jane’s efforts and leadership and wish her the best,” President Lee Lambert said.

McNabb came to Shoreline from Florida where she had been executive director of the St. Joe Community Foundation, the charitable arm of one of Florida’s largest land developers. McNabb also served for 10 years as executive vice president of the Florida Chamber of Commerce Foundation, a public-policy research organization.

McNabb has also served as associate vice chancellor at University of North Carolina at Charlotte, director of leadership gifts at Florida State University and director of corporate and foundation relations at Virginia Tech University.

Funding identified for McNabb’s position is being redirected to a new position that will focus on external government relations. In addition, the college recently added a position responsible for pursuing grants and contracts.  President Lambert has said that with increased uncertainty around funding and policy at the state and federal levels, the college needs to have a more consistent presence with lawmakers as well as more aggressively pursue non-state funding sources through grants and contracts.

Foundation and college officials are working together to determine next steps.

SCC/Jim Hills

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