Sherman College of Chiropractic is pleased to announce that Roger Sullivan has joined the college as senior director of institutional advancement, responsible for donor cultivation, fundraising and public relations.
Sullivan comes to Sherman College with more than 30 years of experience, having served as senior partner with Jerold Panas, Linzy & Partners, a leading national fundraising consulting firm in Chicago, IL. While with the Panas firm, Sullivan directed campaigns with combined goals of over $450,000,000 for the Universities of Massachusetts and Texas, the Imagine NO Malaria mission of the worldwide United Methodist Church, and numerous other institutions. He also led the national major gifts program of the American Cancer Society Foundation. He most recently served as vice chancellor for advancement at USC Upstate.
“We are eager to welcome Roger to the Sherman College leadership team,” said Vice President for Business and Finance Karen Canup, C.P.A. “He has extensive experience in launching successful campaigns, building philanthropic support, and engaging individuals, foundations, boards and staff. We look forward to his contributions to Sherman College of Chiropractic.”
Locally, Sullivan is a member of the Spartanburg Downtown Rotary and Piedmont Clubs. He serves on the Spartanburg Philharmonic Orchestra Development Committee and as a Mentor for the Meeting Street Academy. He serves as a board member for the National Alliance for Mental Health, Spartanburg Chapter, and the York County (ME) Family Fund.
“I am thrilled by this opportunity to assist Sherman College’s ambitious growth plans,” Sullivan said, “to help magnify the healing force of chiropractic care, and to contribute to the evermore healthy goals of Spartanburg.”
Sullivan holds a bachelor’s degree from Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT. He holds certifications with the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, the Philanthropy Tax Institute and the Institute for Charitable Giving.