KINGSTON, PA. — Nina G. Moser, formerly with Southern Vermont College, has been named vice president for advancement at Wyoming Seminary, an independent day and boarding school in northeast Pennsylvania, the seminary’s president, Kevin Rea, has announced.
As vice president of advancement, Moser will be responsible for Wyoming Seminary’s comprehensive development program and the planning and implementation of overall fundraising efforts from all school constituencies in support of current operations, endowment and other capital purposes.
Moser, a Mountain Top, Pa., native, most recently served as vice president for college advancement at Southern Vermont College in Bennington, Vt., where she built and led all advancement efforts including major and planned giving, annual giving, campaign planning, trustee development, external and alumni relations and communications and marketing.
She also served as senior advancement officer and philanthropy officer for principal gifts at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, as major gifts officer at Albright College and as associate director of annual giving at Ursinus College.
Moser holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in business and economics from Ursinus College.
Wyoming Seminary, also known as “Sem,” is an independent day and boarding school with an enrollment of 820 students on two campuses.
SVC closed after commencement in the spring of 2019.