Trine University's Office of Alumni and Development has welcomed Kiley Hatch as the university's new director of development services. Hatch replaces Wendy Yagodinski, who will become chair of Trine's Computer Science and Information Technology Department at the end of the spring semester.
In her role at Trine, Hatch will direct all donor data and research support for the Office of Alumni and Development, ensuring that the database effectively captures constituent and donor information. She will provide and generate accurate financial and analytical reports in areas such as database and donor records, matching gifts, processing and accounting of gifts and prospect research.
She also will be responsible for maintaining the university's matching gift program.
Hatch most recently worked as a billing and debt collections specialist at Ivy Tech Community College in Fort Wayne. She also previously worked for Lincoln Financial Group and the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo.
Hatch holds a Bachelor of Arts in business management from Anderson University and a Master of Science in Management & Leadership from Western Governors University, as well as PMP and Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt certification.
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