Wendy Scott Keeney, the executive director for development on the East Coast for the University of Michigan, was named president of the UNH Foundation. UNH President Ann Weaver Hart says Keeney brings "strong and energetic leadership to this important position." Keeney previously served as assistant dean of development and external relations for the College of Literature, Science and the Arts, also at Michigan. She was closely involved with Michigan's first major fund-raising campaign in the 1990s, which had a goal of $850 million. By the campaign's conclusion, $1.34 billion had been raised.
Kristin Woolever, most recently director of the Antioch Center for Creative Change at Antioch University in Seattle, has been named dean of UNH-Manchester. From 1983 to 2000, Woolever served in a number of positions at Northeastern University in Boston, including director of assessment, director of graduate studies, interim dean of cooperative education and professor of English. She received her Ph.D. in English at the University of Pittsburgh.Return to UNH Magazine Campus Currents