Director of Communications
For Immediate Release
Jan. 16, 2009
WASHINGTON, D.C.-CASE began 2009 with a reorganized structure designed to enhance service to members, respond to changes in the profession and more closely align related offices internally. Staff members will also be forming internal teams to focus on the unique needs of constituencies, such as alumni relations professionals.
"Our goal in restructuring is to create internal synergies that will help us further sharpen our focus on the daily needs of our members in the rapidly changing world of advancement," said CASE President John Lippincott. "In addition, the new structure will help us to deliver on the promise of our strategic initiatives."
The new structure organizes the staff into the following five divisions:
As part of the reorganization, Brett Chambers, executive director of volunteer relations, has assumed additional responsibilities for special projects as part of the president's office.
Lippincott said no expenses were incurred with the reorganization and that the number of staff positions remains the same.