Darlington School: Advancement staff welcomes two 
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Advancement staff welcomes two

November 30, 2007 | 377 views
The Office of Institutional Advancement is pleased to announce two new hires:

Cindy Gordon has been named executive assistant to the chief advancement officer at Darlington School, effective Dec. 10. In this role, she will replace Pat Douglas, who is moving into a new position as campaign coordinator for Darlington’s Second Century Campaign. Most recently, Gordon was executive assistant and travel coordinator for American Insurance Marketing Corporation. She previously spent eight years at Harbin Clinic working in medical administration and human resources. She lives in Rome with her husband, Kerry, and their children Matt, 12, and Tyler, 4.

Julie Lucas ('97) has been named a regional director for Darlington’s Second Century Campaign. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Loyola University in New Orleans. Most recently, she was a sales training specialist at Porsche Cars North America Inc. in Atlanta. In this capacity, her responsibilities included serving as project coordinator for new product training launches, managing the internal team for the Porsche Partner Network, and serving as vice president of the Porsche Cars North America Community Involvement Team in 2005, to name a few. Lucas lives in Rome with her husband, Sam, also a 1997 alum of Darlington School.