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Carolyn A. Pelzel

Senior Vice President

Advancement Emerita Dartmouth College

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Background Information

Employment History

Senior Vice President for Advancement

Dartmouth College


Director of External Affairs

Northfield Mount Hermon School


Director of Development and Information Services

National Association of Independent Schools


Member, Development Staff

Harvard University


Affiliations

Trinity College

Trustee


Web References(37 Total References)


thedartmouth.com

Carrie Pelzel '70, Senior Vice President for Advancement, confirmed Kim's statement.
"Women are every bit as committed to the institution as men," she said. "The size of their gifts is less than those given by their male counterparts, and that's true at most institutions." The typical participation rate of women is one to two percent higher than men, but men's gifts are typically 50 percent more, according to Pelzel. "During lifetimes, women do tend to give less," she said. According to Pelzel, the $18.1 million gift was put towards construction of the Moore psychology building, which is named after its benefactor. Such large donations are becoming more typical of women, according to Pelzel. "Women tend to give very generously at end of life," she said. "Women tend to live longer than men, and so oftentimes what that means is they end up with the family estate. You will often see women and widows making large bequests to Dartmouth." Recent trends only confirm that women from every era of Dartmouth history do not seem to harbor bitter feelings towards their alma mater. According to Pelzel, the last five to eight years has seen an increase in the number of women returning for reunions (such as 25th-reunion and 30th-reunion classes), and making "significant six-figure contributions."


thedartmouth.com

The offices of Alumni Relations, Development and Public Affairs will all report to Pelzel in her new capacity, according to the letter.
Carrie Pelzel, currently the Vice President for Development, will become Senior Vice President for Advancement. Until a search is launched for a new Vice President for Development, Ann Root Keith and Tom Herbert, Associate Vice Presidents in Development, and Sylvia Racca, Executive Director of the Dartmouth College Fund, will continue to report to Carrie. I would like to thank Carrie, David, Steve and Traci for taking on additional responsibilities.


www.dartmouthexperience.org [cached]

Carolyn Pelzel
Vice President for Development 603-646-3095


www.bergencounty.com

"Alex von Summer was a devoted Dartmouth man who expressed his loyalty to the college in many tangible ways," says Carolyn Pelzel, vice president for development at Dartmouth.
"From loss comes a legacy of love," Pelzel says.


www.vnews.com

Carolyn Pelzel, Dartmouth's senior vice president for advancement, said she had reviewed and found "inaccuracies" in the Valley News summary of such investments, but declined to specify which information the college was challenging, or to supply alternative information.


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