Larry Ryan

Vice President, University Development at University of New Mexico Foundation, Inc.

Larry Ryan

Larry Ryan

Vice President, University Development at University of New Mexico Foundation, Inc.

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Director at U N M Lobo Club

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Vice President of Development at University of New Mexico Foundation, Inc.

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Director, Trustee Relations & Development at University of New Mexico Foundation, Inc.

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Senior Director of Human Resources at University of New Mexico Foundation, Inc.

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Chief Operations Officer at University of New Mexico Foundation, Inc.

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Vice President & Chief Financial Officer at University of New Mexico Foundation, Inc.

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President & Chief Executive Officer at University of New Mexico Foundation, Inc.

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Associate Director of Development, Annual Giving at University of New Mexico Foundation, Inc.

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Associate Director of Development, Annual Giving at University of New Mexico Foundation, Inc.

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Associate Director of Development, Annual Giving at University of New Mexico Foundation, Inc.

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Larry Ryan
Vice President, University Development at University of New Mexico Foundation, Inc.
Education
Bachelor of Arts in Communication
Class of 1997

Come join the mighty Coyotes at California State University San Bernardino for undergraduate, graduate, certificate, extended learning, and teaching credential programs. With rolling admission deadlines, there’s no excuse for missing out on the fantastic educational experience that CSUSB provides. Financial worries shouldn’t keep you from joining the Coyote crew, either. There are many grants, loans, scholarships, veteran’s benefits, and work-study financial aid options available to eligible students. CSUSB offers many scholarships options for incoming freshmen, specific majors, and other programs. The Loan Forgiveness Program allows eligible students to take out loans toward paying for tuition and then have the loans forgiven if you teach in low-performing schools. In addition to the usual fields of study, CSUSB also offers programs such as Bioinformatics, Clinical Psychology, Education, Human Development, Geology, Kinesiology, Natural Security Studies, and Rehabilitation Counseling. When it comes to student life services, there is something for everyone, whether it is Greek life, housing, student recreation and fitness center, Coyote Radio, a women’s resource center, and much more. If you’re in need of help finding employment, the Cal State University San Bernardino career development center has career counseling, career fairs, job and internship searches, workshops for interviewing and resume writing for its students and alumni.

Career History
Vice President, University Development
2011 - Current

In order to develop private financial support for the University of New Mexico, the University’s Board of Regents established the UNM Foundation Inc. in 1979 as an incorporated nonprofit corporation. The Foundation began operations in the spring of 1980, conducting all of its operations through a University department. At that time, University units hired development professionals and limited staff to provide direct fund raising and other support to programmatic initiatives for philanthropy. In 1989 the Board of Regents delegated the responsibility of overseeing University assets and investments to the UNM Foundation Investment Committee. These assets total in excess of $325 million today. In 2009-2010, at the request of the Regents, the Foundation transitioned to a stand-alone organization with expanded fiduciary duties to include fiscal, human resources and treasury functions. Since its creation, and in accordance with University policy, all private gifts are received through the Foundation, which has the responsibility for managing contributions to all University programs. Gifts to the UNM Foundation are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Athletics Fundraising Program
2005 - 2011
Director of Annual Giving
2000 - 2002
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