Vice president for development for Health Science Campus named
Dec 12, 2007
Howard Newman has been named the new associate vice president for development on The University of Toledo’s Health Science Campus.
Newman, who will start at UT in January, will work in Institutional Advancement and will report to Vern Snyder, vice president for institutional advancement.
“The University of Toledo and its medical center are among the community’s most valuable resources and greatest assets,” Newman said. “I look forward to working closely with Vern Snyder and Dr. Jeffrey Gold [provost, executive vice president for health affairs and College of Medicine dean] to build the awareness, recognition and philanthropic support that the UT Medical Center needs and deserves.”
“Howard brings significant fund-raising and management experience to the Health Science Campus,” Snyder said. “Howard's skills and expertise will serve the campus and the University very well in reaching out to our alumni, friends, grateful patients and the community.”
Prior to accepting the new position at UT, Newman was vice president of development for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and held a number of positions at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Those positions included associate dean for advancement in the College of Medicine, chief development officer for the University of Illinois Medical Center and vice president for the University of Illinois Foundation.
Before working in Chicago, he was chief development officer at the Detroit Medical Center, as well as the Cleveland Clinic Foundation.
Newman received a bachelor of arts degree from the State University of New York at Stony Brook in 1972 and a juris doctor in 1988 from the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. He is the past president of the Michigan Association for Healthcare Development and a former board member of the Michigan Nonprofit Association.