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Ohio Wesleyan Appoints Three to Development Staff


May 1, 2007

Ohio Wesleyan University has hired a director of annual giving and two assistant directors for its development staff. The new employees are part of the Office of University Relations.

Mayme H. Norman has been appointed as Ohio Wesleyan’s director of annual giving. Norman, a resident of Dublin, most recently served as senior development director for the American Cancer Society in Columbus. Previously, she spent nearly six years at The Wellington School in Upper Arlington as the director of development, overseeing the private school’s annual fund, capital campaign, and events. She is a graduate of The Ohio State University. Norman’s primary responsibilities at Ohio Wesleyan will include overseeing fund-raising efforts for the university’s annual fund and Team OWU athletics fund.
 
Matthew D. Ufferman has been named assistant director of annual giving. Ufferman, a resident of Delaware, is a 2001 Ohio Wesleyan graduate and a member of the 1998 NCAA national championship men’s soccer team. He spent three years working in mortgage and investment finance before earning his M.B.A., specializing in sports business, from the University of Liverpool Management School in the United Kingdom. Ufferman’s primary responsibilities will be directing Team OWU fund raising and annual fund outreach to former fraternity and sorority members as well as young alumni.
 
Joshua M. Quicksall has been appointed assistant director of the annual fund. The Dublin resident will graduate with a bachelor’s degree in June from The Ohio State University. Quicksall, an English major, will support the annual fund’s phone-a-thon efforts.

Founded in 1842, Ohio Wesleyan University is one of the nation’s leading liberal arts colleges, dedicated to preparing students for a lifetime of learning, service, and leadership. Located in Delaware, Ohio, 20 miles north of the state capital, Ohio Wesleyan is a coeducational, residential, privately supported undergraduate institution. The university is ranked consistently by U.S. News & World Report as one of the nation’s top 100 liberal arts colleges and is featured in the book “Colleges That Change Lives.” The faculty includes more than 135 educators, all of whom actively teach and hold either doctoral degrees or the highest recognized professional degrees in their fields. Approximately 1,850 students representing 44 states and 45 countries attend Ohio Wesleyan. More information is available at www.owu.edu.