March 15, 2007 - Though many Collin College students will never meet Mary Frazier,
she is busy working behind the scenes to raise money for them. Frazier was recently
named executive director of major gifts at the college.
College Names New Executive Director of Major Gifts
Frazier is responsible for increasing major gift contributions for general and endowed scholarships, endowed chairs, special events, annual giving and special projects for the college. She is innovative in providing opportunities for donors to give to the college according to their interests.
"I'm excited about being a part of enhancing the current fundraising efforts for students at Collin College, creating new giving opportunities for donors and working with volunteers," Frazier said.
Frazier has been impressed by the programs and services offered at Collin College. She is eager to be a part of the college's success.
"I have discovered that Collin College ranks among many of the top universities and colleges in the nation with some advanced and innovative programming," she said. "I am excited and feel honored to be employed with the college and share this message in our community."
Frazier is not new to fundraising. Prior to working at Collin College, she was responsible for the fundraising efforts at Ursuline Academy of Dallas.
In addition to her work at the college, Frazier is an active member of the community. She is an advisory board member of Philanthopy World Magazine, a board of director member of the Orchestra of New Spain, a committee member of Brilliantly You! and a mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Texas.
For more information of giving opportunities at the college, call the Foundation Office at 972.599.3145.
Collin County Community College District (Collin) serves more than 41,000 credit and continuing education students annually and offers more than 100 degree and certificate programs. The only public college in the county, Collin is a partner to business, government and industry, providing customized training and work force development.