Kimberly Constantine will join the Department of Medicine as our new executive director of development. Kimberly comes to us from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) where she served as executive director of clinical development. She has produced outstanding philanthropic results in the education sector for more than 22 years while serving large complex academic medical centers, health systems, athletics, capital campaigns, research library systems and their respective boards. In her role at UPMC, she led a development team that achieved a 55 percent growth in philanthropic revenue and engagement in support of patient care, research and education across the clinical spectrum.
Prior to UPMC, Kimberly served as associate vice president for the University of South Florida (USF) Health, successfully leading a robust team of development professionals through a $175 million campaign supporting the colleges of Medicine, Nursing, Public Health, Pharmacy, School of Physical Therapy, the Byrd Alzheimer’s Institute and the Diabetes Center. At USF, she received a master’s degree in management, leadership, and organizational effectiveness and a bachelor’s degree in speech communications.
Kimberly will begin on Monday, January 7 following Ashlyn Sowell's departure in September.