The Office of Institutional Advancement and Alumni Relations at Regis, a Catholic university in Greater Boston, welcomes Amy Vautour Carney as its new Director of the Regis Fund. Reporting to Miriam Finn Sherman, Vice President of Institutional Advancement, Amy will execute the strategy, design, management, and oversight of annual giving programs, and oversee two gift officers. As a member of the leadership team, Amy will contribute to the overall direction, strategy and integration of development, alumni relations, and advancement services.
Amy comes to Regis with an impressive fundraising background, most recently serving as the Director of Alumni Engagement at Tabor Academy. Under her direction, Tabor raised the highest annual fund dollars in the school’s history. She also renewed and revamped several programs to increase volunteer and alumni engagement. Amy previously worked in various leadership development roles for her alma mater, Boston College during their 1.6B Light the World Campaign.
Regis is a leading Catholic co-educational university in Greater Boston with 1,900 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students in the arts, sciences, business and health professions devoted to engagement, service and advancement in a global community. More than 25 percent of Regis’ diverse students are the first in their families to attend college.