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Jeff McCubbin has served as dean of the College of Health and Human Sciences since July 2011. He received his Ph.D.in exercise science/special populations from the University of Virginia and his M.A. from the University of Connecticut in special physical education. He earned his B.S.in physical education from East Stroudsburg State College in Pennsylvania. Prior to becoming dean, Jeff served as executive associate dean of research and graduate studies in the College of Health and Human Sciences and Distinguished Professor of Exercise Science at Oregon State University. He was at Oregon State since 1988 where he directed an internationally recognized graduate program in movement studies in disability, an area of study designed to develop professionals who respond to motor, physical activity and health needs of people with disabilities. His research has received more than $7 million in funding from various sources including the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs. His research, publication record, teaching and service led him to be named an OSU Distinguished Professor in 2007.
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In her role as Executive Director of Development, Kim oversees fundraising efforts for CHHS and helps align the passion and mission of our donors, corporate partners, and foundations with the faculty, students, and programs on campus who share a common vision. Kim received her degree in Industrial Distribution from Texas A&M in 1997 and has held several positions in marketing, sales, and fundraising. Kim and her family have lived in the Fort Collins community since 2008, and she is involved with WomenGive, WISH (Women Investing in Strategies for Health), volunteering in her children’s school, and attending Ram Athletic events. Kim holds the CFRE (Certified Fund Raising Executive ) credential, and is passionate about helping donors celebrate their philanthropic goals.
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Kelsey joined the College of Health and Human Sciences as the Assistant Director of Development in the summer of 2017. She comes to us from CSU’s College of Natural Sciences development team. Prior to joining the CSU community, Kelsey worked for the Walton Family Foundation where she was on the K-12 Education team. Previously, she worked for the American Indian College Fund where she was a Grant Writer, Prospect Researcher and Planned Giving Administrator. Kelsey earned a master’s degree in Public Administration with a concentration in nonprofit management from the University of Colorado, Denver (2015) and she holds a bachelor’s degree in Politics from the University of San Francisco (2009). In her current role, Kelsey works to build relationships and generate philanthropic support for the college’s students, facilities, research, and outreach. Kelsey enjoys helping donors and alumni align their philanthropic passions with positive outcomes on campus and beyond.
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Karrie began working at CSU in 2002, and joined the college in 2017. She has held various positions, starting in development at CSU Athletics where she managed events and donor relations. She brings vast campus experiences and relationships to CHHS where she oversees scholarship management and donor relations, gift acknowledgment and stewardship strategy, event planning, and other development operations. Karrie is currently working on her master’s degree in Management with a specialization in Strategic Innovation and Change Management and is excited to become a CSU alumna. She holds a B.S. in Communication, emphasis in Advertising and PR, and minor in Spanish from the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point.
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Victoria Keller is a double alumna of Colorado State University, earning her undergraduate degree in social work and her graduate degree in Adult and Community Education. Her experience in creating impact through philanthropy has helped the College of Health & Human Sciences meet multi-million dollar goals since 2011. In addition to Victoria’s fundraising experience, she directs the college’s history efforts through The Legacies Project http://www.legacies.chhs.colostate.edu/. Prior to working in Advancement, Victoria was a youth and family counselor for Larimer County, and she founded the Office for Service-Learning and Volunteer Programs (SLVP) at CSU (now SLiCE), serving as the Director for 18 years. For Keller, giving back is a priority, and she is passionate about connecting people and industry with the inspired work at Colorado State University.
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Caitlyn Sheehan rejoined the College of Health and Human Sciences as the Development Operations Coordinator in December 2017. She manages the donor acknowledgement and stewardship process, supports the scholarship program and events, supervises student employees, and provides administrative support for the development team. She is an alumna of CSU and served as a student employee with the development team while earning her bachelor’s degree in Human Development and Family Studies and minors in Business Administration and Gerontology. Upon graduation, she served as the Admissions Director for Columbine Health Systems for five years. She also serves as the head of the Games Organizing Committee for the Special Olympics of Northern Colorado. Her passion to make a difference in individuals’ lives will build relationships and assist donors to support their philanthropic goals.