Athenaeum of Ohio issued the following announcement on Feb. 27.
Lori Kincaid Rassati joins the Athenaeum of Ohio as the Vice President of Development and Relations. Dr. Rassati comes to the Athenaeum with nearly 30 years of fundraising experience, most of which has been in support of institutions of higher learning.
Most recently, Lori was vice president at Skystone Partners, a Cincinnati-based national fundraising consulting firm. In this role, she managed development audits, feasibility studies and capital campaigns to further the mission of non-profits across the United States. Colleges and universities for which she has worked previously include the University of Cincinnati College of Engineering and Applied Science, the University of Louisville College of Arts and Sciences, Johns Hopkins University, and the University of Kentucky. During her career, Lori has personally raised millions of dollars for the benefit of students and faculty and has overseen campaigns which have raised tens of millions to sustain and grow an organization’s capacity.
A native of Bethel, Ohio in Clermont County, Dr. Rassati holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a master’s degree in communications, both from Morehead State University in Kentucky, and a doctor of education degree from the University of Kentucky.
She and her family are active parishioners at the Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains.
“I have been impressed with the growth at the Athenaeum over the past several years and am thrilled to have the opportunity to support the critical work done here to ensure our Church has a strong foundation for decades to come,” Dr. Rassati said. “This position allows me to bring together my loves for my Faith, development work and higher education.”
Rev. Anthony R. Brausch, Ph.D., President and Rector of the Athenaeum of Ohio/Mount St. Mary's Seminary of the West, said, “We are excited and hopeful for what Dr. Rassati’s addition portends for our connection with our benefactors and the advancement of our mission.”
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Source: Athenaeum of Ohio