Penn Vet has named Meaghan Hogan Vice Dean of Institutional Advancement. In this role, Hogan will be responsible for the overall conceptualization, planning and execution of a coordinated program of private source fund raising, constituent relations, and communications to support the long and short range goals of the School. She will lead The Power of Penn Vet Campaign to completion.
Hogan previously served as Associate Vice President of Development at Temple University in Philadelphia. In that role she tripled principal gifts, more than quadrupled annual fundraising for the College of Liberal Arts, and played a key role in securing Temple University’s first Keck Foundation grant.
Hogan’s hire marks her return to the University of Pennsylvania. While at Penn, she served as Director of Gift Planning, and Director of Special Projects where she managed a west coast portfolio of major gift prospects. Outside of higher education, Hogan led the Philanthropic Planning Practice at PNC Financial Services Group, Inc., where she assisted private wealth clients in their philanthropic decision-making process.
“I’m delighted to support Penn Vet and fulfill its aspirations for The Power of Penn Vet Campaign and beyond,” Hogan said. “The School’s mission to advance health and science for the betterment of animals, humans, and the environment is more relevant and urgent than ever. We have a wonderful story to tell.”
Hogan earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Vassar College; her Juris Doctor from Emory University; and her Master of Laws in Taxation from Temple University.