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Rosemont Welcomes New Vice President of Institutional Advancement

Katie DuBoff - September 5, 2021

Jen Tuberosa headshotEffective September 1, Jennifer (Jen) Tuberosa has joined the Rosemont College community as Vice President of Institutional Advancement. She will oversee our Office of Institutional Advancement, a reimagined version of what was known College Relations that going forward will focus exclusively on fundraising and stewardship relationship efforts. 

A strategic advancement, fundraising, and alumni relations professional, Jen is known for launching programs that directly result in engaged, supportive alumni who become loyal annual donors. She brings more than 25 years of experience in the communications and fundraising fields to Rosemont and joins the College as it is launching its Centennial year celebration.  

As the head of Institutional Advancement, Jen will lead all engagement with the College's internal and external constituents: overseeing development, alumni relations, non-credit programs, community relations, government relations, and all College-wide special events. She will also serve as liaison to the Development Committee of the Board of Trustees. 

In addition, Jen will oversee the campaign vision setting, planning, and leadership as the College embarks on its next fundraising campaign which will begin during the 2022-2023 academic year.  

Jen comes to Rosemont from Cardinal O’Hara High School in Springfield, PA, where she was Vice President of Advancement since 2016. She also held the role of Director of Institutional Advancement from 2015-2016. Prior to Cardinal O’Hara, she was Director of Advancement at St. Piux X High School in Broomall from 2006-2015. She also served as a Presenter and Director of Schools at the Healey Education Foundation in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey. 

"Jen is a visionary leader who leverages new programs and services to build relationships, engage constituents, rally support, and raise funds, including non-traditional revenue resources, such as grants, corporate partnerships, and naming rights," said Jayson Boyers, President of Rosemont College. "As a creative marketer with extensive experience in developing Catholic leadership programs, student ambassador programs, social media fundraising tactics, and comprehensive event plans, I am confident she will bring innovative ideas to Rosemont’s advancement initiatives."

Of joining the Rosemont community, Jen said, “Through the years, all the interactions I have had with members of the Rosemont community made it clear that Rosemont is the place to be! My meetings with the search committee and students and staff during the interview process reaffirmed this. The dedication of faculty, staff, and students, the commitment to education and innovation, and the strong sense of faith and joy that fills the campus inspire me to want to be part of Rosemont’s next 100 years. My sister is an alumna, and because Rosemont holds a special place in her heart, it holds a special place in mine, too!” 

"I am looking forward to Jen’s contributions to Rosemont, particularly as she plays an instrumental role in stewarding and cultivating the College’s relationships with donors," said Boyers. "With a strong background at educational institutions, Jen shares my enthusiasm for Rosemont’s mission, values, and goals for the College. She will work collaboratively with me and the senior leadership team as we continue to set an ambitious, inclusive path forward for Rosemont’s next 100 years."