- Winthrop-University Hospital Names E. Ramone Segree, Vice President of Development - Archived
- March 12, 2013
Winthrop-University Hospital is pleased to announce the appointment of E. Ramone Segree to Vice President of Development. Mr. Segree is charged with spearheading Winthrop’s fundraising activities in support of the Hospital’s world class patient care programs, medical education and research.
An accomplished philanthropic professional with over 29 years of experience in development and fundraising, Mr. Segree most recently served as Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Foundation Executive Director at LaGuardia Community College and Foundation.
Prior to that, Mr. Segree owned his own business, Segree Associates, a strategic management and fundraising firm that served major campaigns and diverse clients, including the Rhode Island Foundation and the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
“With his expertise, leadership skills and illustrious track record of success, we are very pleased to have Ramone join our development team,” said John Collins, President and Chief Executive Officer of Winthrop. “The talent he brings to Winthrop will be a true asset as we continue our major capital campaign in support of our Research Institute Building Fund, which is currently under construction, and our Research Endowment.”
Throughout his career, Mr. Segree has also held several senior leadership positions, including Senior Vice President for Institutional Advancement for Meharry Medical College, Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Foundation Executive Director for Salem State University, and Vice President for Development for Pittsburgh Public Theater.
Mr. Segree has also served as a medical specialist in the United States Army Reserves and the Pennsylvania National Guard. He is a Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE) and is a past chair of the international Association of Fund Raising Professionals Foundation for Philanthropy (AFP). Mr. Segree is also a member of the international AFP’s Leadership Society and AFP’s Greater New York and Rhode Island Chapters.
Mr. Segree earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in political science and education from California University of Pennsylvania and his Masters of Psychosocial Science degree in community psychology and organizational development from Pennsylvania State University.
Mr. Segree is currently a doctoral candidate for the Doctor of Education degree in Organizational Leadership at Teachers College, Columbia University, and is also an adjunct professor of fundraising and development at the University’s School of Continuing Education.
Mr. Segree resides in New York, NY.
Contact: Carolann Martines
E. Ramone Segree, Vice President of Development at Winthrop-University Hospital.