Page SciottoVice President of Resource Development401firstname.lastname@example.orgPage joined the university in September 2006 in the newly created position of executive director, University Advancement Services and since 2012 serves as the Vice President of Resource Development. Prior to joining JWU, she spent four years working in Corporate & Foundation Relations at RISD. Page also has extensive experience working for several smaller nonprofit cultural and environmental organizations including Save The Bay, Newport Art Museum, the Preservation Society of Newport County and the Rotch-Jones-Duff House & Garden Museum. She earned a BA in Comparative Literature from the University of Rhode Island and her MBA with a concentration in Nonprofit and Public Management from Boston University in 2000.
Michael SchraderDirector of Grants & Sponsored Program Administration401email@example.com
Michael Schrader joined Johnson and Wales University in October 2008 as director of Grants and Giving. Michael is responsible for managing the grant-seeking and reporting activities for all four university campuses.
Prior to coming to JWU, Michael was director of corporate and fundation relations at Meeting Street, where he secured program and operating grants in support of child development and educational services. He had also served as Assistant director of corporate and foundation relations and faculty research at RISD, where he was responsible for securing funding both for institutional priorities and the professional activities of full-time and part-time faculty.
While at RISD, Michael collaborated with Academic Affairs to create the Faculty Research Office, and he developed and implemented guidelines for the RISD Research Foundation. Michael holds a BA in Philosophy and has taught graduate students in fine arts on how to professionalize and attract support for their work.
Maureen RooneyDirector, Prospect Research401firstname.lastname@example.orgMaureen Rooney, director, prospect research, joined Johnson & Wales University in October 2006. Prior to that, she was a prospect researcher for five years at Lifespan, the largest health care system in Rhode Island. She began her career as a prospect researcher at the University of Connecticut Foundation in Storrs, Connecticut. She is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island in Kingston, with a BA in English and an MA in political science.Tracy ForkinDirector of Advancement Services401email@example.comTracy joined Johnson & Wales University in April 2005 as an information officer for Advancement. Tracy previously held the position of Supervisor of Support Services for the Catholic Charity Fund Appeal through the Diocese of Providence. She is currently a student at JWU working toward a degree in Business Management. She also has the privilege of serving as an advisor for the President's Leadership Council, a group of academically successful students who serve as a liaison between the campus president and the student body.
Prior to joining the nonprofit world, Tracy managed three different restaurants located in Rhode Island which specialized in Italian-American cuisine. She was born and raised in Rhode Island and has been a resident of Cranston for the past 11 years.
Michael DohertyAssistant Director, Prospect Research401firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Doherty joined Johnson and Wales University in January 2012 as Assistant Director of Prospect Research. He is responsible for helping to identify prospective constituents for all four university campuses.
Prior to coming to JWU, Michael was a senior research analyst at RISD, where he assisted senior management with the cultivation and engagement of RISD alumni, parents and friends.
Prior to RISD, Michael worked in the community economic development field, assisting non-profit and government agencies with information management, strategy formulation, resource development, and regulatory compliance.Michael holds a BS in Economics from Bryant University and a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
Ann-Marie Reddy Director, Annual Fund401email@example.comAnn-Marie Reddy joined the university in August 2010 as the annual fund director. Ann-Marie is responsible for the annual giving program that supports the strategic efforts of the university’s four college campuses. Prior to coming to Johnson and Wales she led a community based agency, Mt. Hope Learning Center, as its executive director. She has also worked as a management consultant for media organizations in the U.S. and abroad and was a department manager at WCVB-TV, Boston.
A member of the Groundwork Providence board, Ann-Marie’s passion for education and community has led her to service for a number of local organizations. In 2008 Ann-Marie was presented with the RI Department of Education’s First Annual Award for Transformative Relationships among schools, families and communities and named Bryant College’s Community Mentor of the Year for 2009-2010. She received her BA in English and Communication Studies from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and completed graduate studies in Lesley University’s PMBI program.
Maureen GreeneAssistant Director of Grants & Sponsored Program Administration401firstname.lastname@example.org
Maureen joined Johnson and Wales University in January 2012 as assistant director of Grants and Giving. Prior to coming to JWU, Maureen spent four years as senior grant writer for the Rhode Island Community Food Bank where she developed grant applications to secure funding for the Food Bank's end hunger programs and general operations. Previously she worked at GTECH Corporation for 20 years in various positions of increasing responsibility, culminating as director of business proposals. Her years of job experience encompass both non-profit and for-profit organizations where her responsibilities always included developing proposals to establish new funding support resources. Maureen is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island with a BA in Psychology and earned a MS from Salve Regina University in Health Services Administration.