A Clayton woman has been named development officer for the Jefferson Community College Foundation.
Alicia Dewey will begin her duties on September 3.
She will be responsible for strategic advancement objectives for the college relating to annual, major gifts, capital and planned giving programs, grant coordination, and alumni programming.
“We are thrilled to have an alumnus of Jefferson who continued her education, earning both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree, come back to Jefferson in the role of college development officer,” said JCC President Carole A. McCoy.
“Alicia’s enthusiasm for the college combined with her professional experience places her perfectly in the role of leading our fund-raising efforts within our community,” McCoy said.
She's a JCC graduate with degrees in both business administration and paralegal studies. She earned bachelor's and master's degrees from St. Lawrence University.
Dewey has been executive assistant to the town supervisor and grant administrator for the town of Clayton since 2007.
She's also served as the town's director of finance and human resources since January 2012. She has also owns her own consulting business.
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