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Megan Riebe Named Associate Vice President of Development and Executive Director of the University of Alaska Foundation

Megan Riebe

Megan Riebe

Photo: UA Foundation

University of Alaska (UA) Foundation President Carla Beam has named
Megan Riebe Associate Vice President of Development and Executive
Director of the UA Foundation. Reibe will start at the UA Foundation
June 25, 2012.

Riebe will provide day-to-day management of the Foundation and serve
as a key player in system-wide fund development efforts. She will be
based in Anchorage, and will travel to Fairbanks and Juneau regularly.

Riebe brings to the UA Foundation more than sixteen years of
experience in fundraising and non-profit management, including ten
years in higher education. She comes to the UA Foundation from Gonzaga
University where she was the Director of Development for Strategy and
Leadership Gifts. Prior to that, she worked in a variety of
development roles for Washington State University her alma mater, and
for the Washington State University Foundation.

“Riebe’s strength in identifying strategic links between university
priorities and donor interests complements the goal of raising more
private support for the University of Alaska’s campuses and programs
throughout the state.” said Beam, who has a dual role as the Vice
President of University Relations.

Riebe has a B.A. in Business Administration and Marketing from WSU,
and was awarded the 22nd Annual CASE District VIII Juried Silver Award
in 2004 in the promotional copy writing category for "Case Statement:
WSU Initiative in Entrepreneurship and Innovation.”

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