• Fundraising in Education--the U.S. Model

    November 19 2008, 09:00 - 09:00
    Location: AmCham France

    Fundraising for Universities Discussion with Tom Anderson former Vice President for Institute Relations at the California Institute of Technology. Presented by the Education and Training Task Force.

    November 19, 2008 9:00-10:30am

    Serving clients such as the California Institute of Technology, Cleveland State University, Dartmouth college and George Washington University, Tom Anderson will share his insights  as Senior Consultant of Marts and Lundy Consulting firm.
    A full-service consulting firm with an international client base, Marts and Lundy helps institutions of all sizes build a "culture of philanthropy." In order to reach and sustain their philanthropic potential.
    Tom has almost 40 years of experience in higher education and the non-profit sector, serving educational institutions as a dean, professor, vice president, trustee, and now, a consultant. Prior to joining Marts & Lundy, Tom served as Vice President for Institute Relations at the California Institute of Technology. Earlier in this career, he was Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations and Adjunct Professor of Political Science at Case Western Reserve University, where he taught constitutional law with an emphasis on civil liberties.He currently holds appointments at Case Western Reserve University as Ethics Fellow at The Center for Professional Ethics and as Senior Lecturer at the Weatherhead School of Management, where he teaches Social Ethics in a doctoral program. His teaching interests include social ethics, applied ethics, and ethics and leadership.