Here is a note from COS’s Director of Advancement, Millie Erichsen:
It is with mixed emotion to share the news that Anna-Bradley Schoenfeld, Assistant Director of Alumni Engagement, has accepted an exceptional new professional opportunity at Presbyterian College in Clinton, South Carolina, as a Major Gifts Officer - managing a Major Gifts portfolio, as well as developing and managing the Parent Philanthropy Program. She will depart her current position as Assistant Director for Alumni Engagement at the UCF College of Sciences on July 30.
In her short tenure, Anna-Bradley rebuilt the College of Sciences and Nicholson School Alumni Chapters, reinvigorated the Nicholson School Mentor Program, and created an e-newsletter and social media channels especially for the College’s alumni and supporters. She also completed her doctorate degree at UCF in Higher Education Policy and Leadership - and did it all with the most cheerful demeanor and enthusiastic resolve.
In the meantime, Interim Dean Dupras and Millie Erichsen are working with the UCF Foundation to determine the coverage for the duties and the potential for rehiring the position during a time of a University mandated hiring freeze.
While she will be dearly missed, we are so excited for her family’s future in South Carolina and look forward to having another outstanding UCF representative making us all proud!
Please join COS and NSCM in wishing her the very best in her next adventure.