Quinnipiac welcomes Todd Sloan as new vice president for development and alumni affairs

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Quinnipiac welcomes Todd Sloan as new vice president for development and alumni affairs

Kailee Heffler

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Quinnipiac has appointed a new vice president for development and alumni affairs. Todd Sloan will be replacing Don Weinbach, who recently announced his retirement from the university after 24 years. Sloan will now be working on President Olian’s management team and be responsible for fundraising across the university.

Sloan joins the Quinnipiac community from American University where he was assistant vice president for development. At American, he worked closely with the board of trustees as well as the president to create philanthropic momentum, develop new funding and expand university relationships. He also has a broad history in working in higher education advancement.

Before American, Sloan also worked at The Pennsylvania State University, where he served as executive director of fundraising across multiple colleges. Sloan graduated from Penn State with a bachelor’s degree in political science and government.

Sloan is also recognized for being part of a team that named several gifts to Penn State, including $30 million Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications. He also had senior fundraising roles at Le Moyne College and Keystone College.