Western University of Health Sciences’ Department of University

Advancement hired Amy Esposito, MA, as its director of alumni and

constituent relations.

With nearly 10 years of experience in university development at

institutions on both the East and West Coast, Ms. Esposito brings with her

an array of ideas to aid the university’s advancement team in continuing

to build its alumni relations.

“”When I came to the campus for two days of interviews, every dean was very

proactive about improving relationships with their alumni base,”” said Ms.

Esposito. “”I really feel as though all of their individual objectives have

a common goal – to increase service to our alumni.””

Esposito comes to the Pomona campus from Chapman University where, as

their annual giving program manager, she cultivated alumni and constituent

ties for the institution while maintaining substantial annual giving

revenue through a variety of campaigns.

Prior to her appointment there, she served in the development offices of

La Sierra University, in Riverside, Calif., and College of the Holy Cross

in Worcester, Mass.

Ms. Esposito earned her bachelor’s degree in English from Atlantic Union

College and her master’s in English from La Sierra University. She is

currently a resident of Riverside and enjoys her passion for movies and