Ann Snyder is the director of independent and international schools at CASE.
Jeff joined The Thacher School in Ojai, California in 2015 and serves as the school's director of advancement. Jeff oversees all aspects of development and fundraising at Thacher. Under his leadership, Thacher has significantly surpassed its $175M capital campaign goal, alumni and parent participation numbers have been some of the highest in the nation, and the annual fund has grown by more than 65%.
During his tenure, CASE has consistently recognized Thacher with its Sustained Excellence Award. Jeff started his career at Middlesex School, where he held roles in the annual fund and their record-setting capital campaign. In 2001, he joined the Noble and Greenough School in Dedham, MA, as their director of development during which time he led a $100M+ capital campaign and increased annual giving 3x. Following his tenure at Nobles, he became managing director of New Profit - one of the leading “venture-philanthropy” firms in America - where he raised $130M to help scale some of the most promising social innovations across America. Immediately preceding Thacher, Jeff was a managing director and the head of philanthropic services at Roundtable Investment Partners, which is a shared family office headquartered in NYC.
In January 2019, after enduring one too many New England winters, Ki Perry assumed the role of Director of Development at Tampa Preparatory School in Tampa, FL. Prior to that she had been a key contributor to and leader of development teams at several independent schools in the Boston area, most recently serving as Director of Institutional Advancement at Fessenden where she successfully completed a $30M comprehensive capital campaign, the School’s largest in their history.
Her other independent school development experience includes serving as Director of Development at Buckingham Browne & Nichols School and Kingsley Montessori School as well as Director of Graduate and Parent Giving for Noble and Greenough School. Ki prides herself on building sustainable development programs and increasing both dollars raised and overall philanthropic culture. In addition to Ki’s work with schools, she led fundraising and communications efforts at various social service organizations and held marketing positions at Scholastic and Kaplan in New York City early in her career. She holds a B.A. from Lafayette College and an M.B.A. in Strategy and Non-Profit Management from Boston University.