Private giving is critical to the College’s success. You can help us grow our academic programs, create a more robust clinical experience, expand our research endeavors, and develop new facilities critical to current and future needs.
Every gift matters.
If you would like to make a difference, please contact the Office of Advancement today.
Pam is dedicated to the world-class vision and efforts of the college and values our role in supporting veterinarians, scientists, and students as they develop innovative solutions to animal, human, and environmental health challenges. She has both her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Colorado State University, and she brings 17 years of experience and a wicked sense of humor to the advancement team.
As the owner of two cats, Megan has a genuine love of animals. She also is a distance runner and has a commitment to personal health and fitness. In her role as the major gifts officer for the Department of Biomedical Sciences, equine programs, and Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Megan is excited to nurture each donor’s philanthropic passion to provide support for the discovery of cures for disease and optimization of health for animals and humans. She brings more than 20 years of experience in higher education.
Office: (970) 491-2969
Wendy builds alumni awareness and affinity for the college’s programs and services through class reunions, alumni events, and other engagement activities. She also facilitates alumni communications and manages alumni fundraising initiatives. She loves working with alumni who share wonderful stories and express heartfelt gratitude for their education. Wendy brings nearly 20 years of experience in higher education advancement to CVMBS.
JoEllen serves as the communications liaison for all donor funds and scholarship donors while providing superior support for the entire advancement team. She is most passionate about her role as program coordinator for the Miki Society, which allows practicing alumni to honor the memory of clients’ pets by funding research in diseases that affect companion animals.
Sarah contributes to the advancement team by strategizing print and online communications, including alumni newsletters, stewardship reports, and social media. She brings a decade of experience in higher education and freelance writing and e-publishing to the team.
Justine supports the entire advancement staff in meeting the fundraising goals of the college’s research, education, and service missions. As a current veterinary medicine student (Class of 2016), she is invested in the college’s commitment to researching problems and treating animal patients in ways that not only improve the lives of pets and livestock, but also hold enormous promise for advancing human medicine. Justine is an experienced non-profit grant writer and manager.
Office: (970) 491-1817
Lee Ann supports the Advancement team with reports, correspondence, data analysis, and general assistance. After three rewarding decades with HP, she looks forward to supporting the college in its efforts to improve the quality of life of animals and humans.