St. John’s Preparatory School is pleased to announce that Elisabeth Munro will be joining the school community as the new Managing Director of Annual Giving.
Elisabeth joins St. John’s Preparatory School after serving as the Director, Annual Giving and Alumni Engagement at Shore Country Day School where she led the annual giving program for alumni, parents, faculty and staff, grandparents, parents of alumni, and friends of the school. Prior to Shore, Elisabeth held advancement roles at Phillips Academy and Massachusetts Service Alliance.
Elisabeth’s will be reporting to Debra Marino, the Chief Advancement Officer, and will be responsible for all aspects of annual giving at St. John’s Prep including several key revenue generating events, such as the Honor Reception, online auction, and “All in for the Prep” Giving Day. Elisabeth will focus on outreach across the entire school community, including communicating with alumni, parents, students, faculty and staff, grandparents, parents of alumni, and friends of the Prep. This role will also coordinate with Alumni Relations team, Enrollment Management, and other student-facing leadership to execute on a strategy for student giving and engagement throughout the programs at St. John’s Prep.
About St. John’s Preparatory School
St. John’s Preparatory School is an inclusive, Catholic, Xaverian Brothers Sponsored School for young men in grades 6 through 12. Founded in 1907 on the Xaverian values of compassion, humility, simplicity, trust, and zeal, St. John’s Prep educates students to be, do and stand for good in the world.
Located in Danvers, Massachusetts with a true campus feel—10 academic, co-curricular, and athletic buildings are spread over 175-acres—St. John’s enrolls approximately 1,500 students from more than 90 different communities across seven grade levels. A big campus with big resources means big dreams, big opportunities, big benefits, and big outcomes. Yet each young man here is known as an individual—valued and guided in small classes by educators who understand them at this juncture in their development.
For more information about St. John’s Preparatory School, please visit https://www.stjohnsprep.org/