Kremer Joins CSC Staff as Director of Development
The Department of Computer Science is extremely excited to announce the addition of Kyle Kremer as Director of Development, a new role in which he will be responsible for engagement and major gift cultivation for the department’s 9,000+ alumni.
Kremer, a member of the NC State Engineering Foundation staff, will retain his current role as Director of Development for the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, while expanding to also cover computer science alumni.
“We are very excited to have Kyle join our team”, says interim department head, Dr. Laurie Williams. “Kyle is a highly accomplished major gifts officer with a strong track record of helping donors make an impact in a way that is meaningful to them, while transformational to the organization. We look forward to having him get to know our incredible alumni, and help them discover how they can make a difference in the life of our department.”
Ken Tate, director of engagement and external relations, says that Kremer’s addition allows for an expansion of the external relations function. “Our department is larger than several colleges here at NC State, and we have alumni in all 50 states over 20 countries. About 10% of our alumni are in the Silicon Valley area alone,” says Tate. “Having a dedicated development officer, especially someone as accomplished as Kyle, will allow us to engage with more of our alumni than ever before.”
Kremer is a 2009 graduate of Bowling Green State University. He joined NC State University in March 2017 as Director of Development for the Department of Materials Science and Engineering. Prior to that, he was Associate Director of Annual Giving for The Fuqua School of Business at Duke University.
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