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Practice : Winter 2009
INSTITUTIONal aDvaNcEmENT As Chair of the Institutional Advancement Committee, I am pleased to work with the IA tea m and College volunteers whose main focus is to fundraise on behalf of the BAC. Equally satisfying is the opportunity to lea rn and talk to our stakeholders about the many varied opportunities for firms and individuals alike to bec ome involved with our development efforts. Whether you a re interested in cre ating a leg acy through a schol arship, sponsoring a specific lecture or e vent, or c onnecting with green initiatives through the BAC’s sustainability efforts, we have the right fit for your charitable intentions. Please contact an IA team member to help you match your particular passion (or your firm’s!) with a specific C ollege ne ed. The BAC Annua l Fund also remains a top priority. The BAC was founded on the principles of volunteerism. Now heading into its second century as a n innovative and creative educ a- tional institution, the College ha s had great support from a c adre of dedicated volunteers who give freely of their time and resourc es . Participation in the BAC Annua l Fund is the key to building the College’s ability to maintain its curriculum and standards of excellence for deser ving design students. We appreciate the commitment of our loyal donors, a nd remind you that involvement, at any level, doe s ma ke a difference in the life of a current student. Now, more tha n ever, we need your help to keep the BAC mission healthy and strong. Peter Steffian FAIA message from peter Steffian faIa, chair of the Institutional advancement committee Ia ] mESSagE fROm pETER STEffIaN Institutional advancement Team Tracey L . Thompson Vice President , Institutional Advancement 617.585.0281 email@example.com Connie Ferreira Associate Director, Annual Giving 617.585.0284 firstname.lastname@example.org Eddie R a ndolph Assistant Director, C orporate and Foundation Relations 617.585.0144 email@example.com Diane L . Gaw De velopment Coordinator 617.585.7397 firstname.lastname@example.org pRacTIcE 57