New York University College of Nursing (NYUCN) announced today that Ann R. Hyatt is the new Director of Development. NYUCN Dean Terry Fulmer said, We are delighted that Ann Hyatt is with us, as she brings a wealth of experience and skills to the ever expanding College of Nursing.
Ms. Hyatt comes to the NYU College of Nursing from Legal Services of the Hudson Valley, where she was the Director of Development & External Relations. Ann has her Masters degree in Fundraising Management from the Robert J. Milano Graduate School of Management and Urban Policy of the New School for Social Research.
Ms. Hyatt has previously worked in the Development field for over 20 years and has earned advanced accreditation (ACFRE) from the Association of Fundraising Professionals. Ms. Hyatt has held Development positions with Pace University School of Law, Mercy College, St. Vincents Hospital and Blythedale Childrens Hospital. Her career has spanned from serving as Vice President to having her own Development consulting business. Ms. Hyatt graduated from State University of New York at Oneonta with a BA in Literature.
Ms. Hyatt served as an adjunct faculty member of the New School University for ten years. She presently is a participating lecturer in the Fundraising Certificate Program at SUNY Purchase. She has been active in her field, serving as a mentor to incoming development professionals, and has served as a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals National Publishing Advisory Committee and Ethics Committee.
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About New York University College of Nursing: The College of Nursing at the College of Dentistry is located on New York Universitys historic Greenwich Village campus in New York City. The College of Nursing is one of the leading nursing programs in the United States. The College offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Master of Arts and Post-Masters Certificate Programs; and a Doctor of Philosophy in Research Theory and Development. For more information, visit www.nyu.edu/nursing.