Kenneth McIntyre Jr. Named Vice President of Advancement
Kenneth McIntyre Jr. has been named Vice President of Advancement for the University of Findlay.
He has served as an interim vice president since May when Dr. Marcia Latta, Ed.D., retired after 10 years of service to UF.
McIntyre, having worked in non-profit leadership and fundraising for more than 30 years, is a strong believer in the value of philanthropy, education, and community involvement.
University of Findlay President Katherine Fell, Ph.D., noted the importance of this position, particularly as UF plans to finish strong the “Together We Will” $75 million fundraising campaign, currently having received more than $54 million in gifts.
“Throughout this campaign, our alumni and friends have committed their support to provide scholarships and a wide array of opportunities for UF students,” she said. “In this leadership role, Ken will serve the University well with his energy, his sincerity in building relationships, and his dedication to our mission.”
Vice President McIntyre oversees fundraising, alumni and parent relations, corporate and foundations philanthropy, the nationally acclaimed Mazza Museum and Conda STEAM Center, and UF’s external relations.
He joined the University in 2020 and has served as UF’s director of gift planning and senior development officer for the Mazza Museum.
McIntyre’s career includes positions with the YMCA of Greater Toledo and 14 years with Bowling Green State University as liaison to the College of Health and Human Services, College of Business and as director of gift planning. He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Toledo and a counseling and deliverance degree from Cornerstone Church Global School of Ministry.
“I am honored and excited to lead the University of Findlay’s advancement efforts to augment the momentum of the University with private donations,” McIntyre said. “We are so grateful for our donors and supporters who provide life-changing opportunities and lifelong connections for our students.”