David Vigneron, Vice President
Institutional Advancement

David W. Vigneron joined Endicott College in January of 2005.  David serves as the College's Vice President for Institutional Advancement. In his current role at Endicott College he is responsible for overseeing the College's alumni relations programs, as well as securing important philanthropic support from alumni, parents and friends to help the College grow its critically important endowment.  Prior to joining Endicott College, he served in similar development and alumni relations’ roles at Babson College, Boston College, and Merrimack College.  He has over 25 years of experience in educational fundraising.


Under his leadership the College has connected businesses and students though a very successful Case Study Writing program.  He has championed grants from such foundations as: Kellogg, Rogers, Demoulas, and Balfour that have successfully impacted academic life at Endicott.  Through his fundraising efforts the College constructed the new Center for the Arts and the soon to be constructed building for Life Science and Business. 


David holds an undergraduate degree in Communications from Salem State College and a graduate degree in Higher Educational Administration from Boston College.

David Vigneron's area of expertise includes: Philanthropy


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