"Her background working in academic medicine, as well as leading the fundraising efforts in a variety of professional schools uniquely positions her for success."
So says the new associate dean for development at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, per a press release.
Kim Morton, who currently serves as senior associate vice president for advancement at Catholic University of America, will begin her new role on Dec.
18, reports the Baltimore Sun.
She'll be working with the University of Maryland Medical Center, which is also part of the UMSOM.
"I believe that her impressive track record of leadership and philanthropic success will help move our institution forward in significant and transformative ways," says Dr.Bert W.
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