Mallory Mounce has joined the Clinton School of Public Service at the University of Arkansas as its Director of Development.
In her new role, Mounce will develop and execute development strategies for the Clinton School.
Most recently, Mounce served as the Annual Fund and Grants Manager for the Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Northwest Arkansas, an organization dedicated to providing financial assistance and supportive services to help single parents create better futures for their families.
“I am excited to welcome Mallory to the Clinton School of Public Service,” said Dean Victoria M. DeFrancesco Soto. “She brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience in the areas of development and grant management and will make an excellent addition to the growing Clinton School community.”
Working with the Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Northwest Arkansas, Mounce oversaw annual giving campaigns and managed the organization’s monthly donor society and stewardship plans. Mounce’s additional responsibilities included assisting with event coordination, corporate sponsorships, and community outreach. Her career also includes experience in strategic planning, customer service, and sales management.
“I’m thrilled to be joining this amazing team at Clinton School of Public Service and even happier to lead the development and fundraising efforts through this next phase of growth, with a vision of serving not only our current students and supporters, but also our alumni and future supporters,” Mounce said. “I’m happy to be in Little Rock and excited to make it home.”
Mounce is a graduate of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville and is an active member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and the Grant Professional Association. She has served on a number of committees and commissions, including the Washington County Teen Leadership Committee, the Planning Commission and Parks and Recreation Commission for the City of Prairie Grove, and is a graduate of Leadership Fayetteville Class XXXIII.
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