Nicholas S. Delaney is the brand new senior director of growth for the Carson School of Enterprise and begins his appointment Nov. 16.
Delaney (’03) brings over 32 years of mixed expertise in senior administration, enterprise, monetary providers and fundraising. He holds certifications as an funding administration analyst and a non-public wealth advisor.
“Over the summer time because the COVID pandemic unfolded, I reassessed my profession. Once I noticed the chief growth function at my alma mater, I instantly utilized,” mentioned Delaney. “I’m energized to work with Carson alumni, college and employees.”
“Nick’s business expertise and funding experience, mixed along with his ardour for WSU, shall be nice property for our school,” mentioned Chip Hunter, Carson School dean. “His management shall be important as we construct fundraising efforts to push us towards our objective of turning into the best choice for enterprise schooling within the Pacific Northwest.”
Delaney will lead and mentor the faculty’s growth crew and collaboratively implement an general strategic plan to maximise exterior help for school applications.
Delaney beforehand served the College of Virginia Darden College of Enterprise, deepening alumni relationships and help within the Seattle metropolitan space, Bay Space and different U.S. areas.
Previous to Darden, Delaney led the alumni relations program within the southern states for the College of Michigan School of Engineering. He additionally co-authored an funding schooling curriculum for UM growth officers.
Throughout the monetary providers business, Delaney was senior vice chairman and lead supervisor of an funding crew in Florida, with roughly $800 million belief and fiduciary property.
“I’ve liked touring again to Washington over these previous few years,” mentioned Delaney. I’m impressed by the Carson School crew and sit up for contributing to WSU’s efforts as a top-ranked analysis college.”