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News from the Hill July 06, 2010 | back to index

New director of the Annual Fund appointed

As part of a reorganization of the Institutional Advancement team at Andover Newton, President Nick Carter has announced that Ruth Edens, a 2010 Andover Newton graduate (Master of Divinity), has been appointed Director of the Annual Fund to help lead the school’s on-going efforts in developing annual unrestricted support.

Most recently, Ms. Edens was a development and marketing assistant at Newton Community Service Center, West Newton, MA, and worked as a special assistant to the vice president of Institutional Advancement at Andover Newton. As a student, Edens was co-president of the Andover Newton Student Association.

President Carter welcomed Edens to the newly-created position, saying “I’m excited about the potential Ruth has for helping the school re-energize its Annual Fund. As a recent alumna, she has an important perspective to share and her enthusiasm for Andover Newton is contagious. I know our alums will be delighted with Ruth’s appointment.”

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