Antioch College has promoted Aimee Lunde Maruyama '96 (photographed) to senior major gift officer/director of foundation relations. Maruyama will lead foundation relations for the College as well as fundraising efforts for its Glen Helen Ecology Institute and the sciences.
Maruyama earned a bachelor's degree in environmental science at Antioch College and a master's in resource ecology at Duke University. For a three-year period beginning in 2007, she served as director of alumni relations and development for Antioch College and The College Revival Fund.
Her diverse work history includes a position as associate director of alumni relations at the college; working as a consultant developing upper-level undergraduate courses on environmental issues for ITT Technical Institutes' bachelor's degree programs; and a stint at the Nature Conservancy, where she was part of a team conducting a research survey on the condition and management need of prairie openings at the Edge of Appalachia Preserve in Adams County.
Other changes in the Office of Advancement: Risa Grimes is now the director of principal giving and Micah Canal '08 is the senior assistant director of the annual fund.