|The Annenberg Center Director of Development: Jane M. Kamp
September 15, 2009,
Volume 56, No. 03
The Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts is pleased to announce the appointment of Jane M. Kamp as Director of Development. Ms. Kamp joins the Annenberg Center from The Philadelphia Orchestra Association, where she most recently served as Managing Director of the Annual Fund.
As Director of Development, Ms. Kamp will be responsible for all fundraising activities at the Annenberg Center, which will include building an individual major gift program and incorporating the Center’s priorities within the University of Pennsylvania’s Making History campaign. Additionally, she will work closely with the members of the Center’s Board of Overseers and its Guild to maintain and build existing corporate, foundation and government funding streams.
“Jane’s breadth of experience in the development field will make her a tremendous asset to the Annenberg Center,” said Managing Director Dr. Michael J. Rose. “We are pleased to welcome her as a new member of our team and look forward to her contributions as we continue to advance the Annenberg Center as the region’s leading multi-disciplinary performance venue.”
Of her new role, Ms. Kamp said, “I’m looking forward to joining the staff at a vibrant performing arts center within a great university and being part of the leadership team which will help the arts remain a vital part of Penn’s future.”
Before joining the Annenberg Center, Ms. Kamp served as Managing Director of the Annual Fund for The Philadelphia Orchestra and Peter Nero and the Philly Pops, where she managed the comprehensive Annual Fund Campaign, which raised over $8 Million under her leadership from individuals, corporations and foundations. She also previously served as Director of Individual Giving and Director of Annual Giving at the Curtis Institute of Music. Prior to her roles at the Curtis Institute, she served as Director, Middle Markets, for the United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania.
Additionally, Ms. Kamp serves on the board of several organizations, including Broad Street Ministries and the Haverford Choral Council. She is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, where she has also served as a mentor in the AFP mentor program since 2002.
Ms. Kamp received her master’s degree in music from the Boston Conservatory of Music. She received her bachelor’s degree in music from the St. Louis Conservatory of Music.