Colorado State University’s College of Applied Human Sciences has appointed Camy Cooney as the new director of development for the college.
Cooney’s duties at Colorado State will include leading fund-raising efforts and working with alumni, donors and friends of the College of Applied Human Sciences. Cooney will coordinate annual giving and major gifts in addition to foundation, corporate and individual gifts.
Cooney will work with the School of Education and the seven departments that are housed in the College of Applied Human Sciences. The departments are design, merchandising and consumer sciences; exercise and sport science; food science and human nutrition; human development and family studies; manufacturing technology and construction management; occupational therapy; and social work.
Prior to her appointment at Colorado State, Cooney served as a development officer for the Poudre Valley Hospital Foundation. Her experience also includes work in fund raising, marketing and public relations at the Fort Collins Area United Way.
Cooney earned the Certified Fund Raising Executive designation from the National Society of Fund Raising Executives in June 1997. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and public relations from Kearney State College, now the University of Nebraska at Kearney.