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The newspaper of The Johns Hopkins University March 5, 2007 | Vol. 36 No. 24
Rembold of SAIS Appointed to Development, Alumni Post

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By Brian Shields
Development Communications

Scott Rembold has been named associate vice president for development and alumni relations. In his new role, he will assist with the central management of several divisional programs and work to attract funding for high-priority initiatives of the $3.2 billion Knowledge for the World campaign, including the Baltimore Scholars Program and the restoration of Gilman Hall. Rembold assumes the position most recently held by Fritz Schroeder, who was appointed senior associate vice president for development and alumni relations in fall 2006.

"We're very excited to have Scott join the leadership team," said Michael Eicher, vice president for development and alumni relations. "He is a terrific development professional and a great ambassador for Johns Hopkins, and I look forward to working closely with him."

Rembold has served since 2003 as associate dean for development at the Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, which he joined in 2002 as director of development. During this time, he was responsible for heading up the school's current capital campaign, which surpassed its original goal of $65 million in 2005 and to date has raised $95 million for the three SAIS campuses.

Prior to his tenure at SAIS, Rembold worked in several executive positions at George Washington and Arizona State universities and the Pacific Group, a Los Angeles-based university advancement consulting firm. Rembold is a native of Baltimore and a 1988 graduate of Wake Forest University. He holds a master's degree in education from George Washington University.

The Knowledge for the World campaign began in July 2000 and benefits both The Johns Hopkins University and The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System. Campaign priorities include strengthening the endowment for student aid and faculty support; advancing research, academic and clinical initiatives; and building and upgrading facilities on all campuses. To date, commitments to the campaign total more than $2.4 billion.


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