Jordan Hunt Named as New Director of Major Gifts for Walsh University
What's New, 2013-12-04
Walsh University has named Jordan M. Hunt as director of major gifts. In this position Hunt is responsible for developing the programs and strategies that will identify, cultivate, track, and solicit alumni, parents and friends of the university for significant gifts. These gifts fund identified campaign or institutional priorities.
In addition, Hunt will oversee the Brother Thomas S. Farrell Heritage Society and the management of the Walsh endowed scholarship program. Named after Walsh's first president, the Brother Thomas S. Farrell Heritage Society recognizes donors that have chosen to support the university through planned gifts. Gifts to support the University via planned giving may include wills, charitable trusts, gift annuities, life insurance, endowed scholarships or other estate planning arrangements.
Hunt's experience includes having been the director of institutional advancement at St. Thomas Aquinas High School and the associate director of institutional advancement at Kent State University.
Hunt has his Master's of Business Administration degree from The University of Akron, and both a Bachelor of Arts in business management and a Bachelor of Science in computer information systems from Mount Union College.