Graham-Pelton Welcomes New Top-Level Talent

By April 14, 2016 April 4th, 2017 Global Economy & Relations, News & Events

Jonathan Snicker

Graham-Pelton welcomes Dr Jonathan Snicker who joins the UK team as a Senior Consultant from April 2016.

Jonathan is a highly motivated and internationally experienced development director. Having previously worked as an Associate for Graham-Pelton, Jonathan already has a proven track record with our clients. Jonathan was formerly Fellow for Development at St John’s College, Oxford and Director and Company Secretary, Financial SatNav, Ltd, London and Dublin.

Jonathan says, “I’m delighted to be joining Graham-Pelton as a Senior Consultant. The calibre of the team that Susie and Shaun have brought together to meet the needs of clients outside of the United States is first-class. My experience as an Associate has been extremely positive and I am impressed by the impact Graham-Pelton is having in the UK and European market.”

Jonathan’s major gift fundraising experience includes raising major and transformative gifts for endowments and scholarships. He has also created long-term and sustainable philanthropic revenue programmes. Jonathan has extensive experience managing development offices, including providing training and mentorship.

Previous positions held by Jonathan have included: Director of Lamb and Flag, Fellow for Development at St. John’s College, Oxford; Director of Development at Exeter College, Oxford; Lecturer and Organising Tutor in Politics, Balliol, Exeter, Keble, St Hilda’s Colleges, University of Oxford; English Teacher and Adventure Sports Co-ordinator, The American School in Switzerland; Research in European Parliament, Brussels; and Teacher in Central Coast Grammar School, NSW, Australia.

Jonathan gained his B.A. in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from St. John’s College, University of Oxford; his M.A. in Political Science and International Relations from University of Georgia; and his D.Phil. in Politics from University of Oxford.

Managing Director Shaun Horan says, “Jonathan has been an excellent addition to our team of Associates and we are thrilled that he has agreed to join us as Senior Consultant.”

Victoria Barthram

Graham-Pelton is delighted to announce that Victoria Barthram is to join the UK team as Senior Consultant from the beginning of May 2016.

Victoria Barthram has recently returned to the UK, having spent 6 months in South East Asia leading the University of Sheffield’s fundraising strategy in the region. In her role as International Alumni Development Manager at the University of Sheffield, Victoria had strategic oversight for engaging 50,000 alumni and friends in 180 countries. With 1 in 3 of the University’s alumni residing outside the UK, Victoria combined the development of her own prospect portfolio with work across the faculties and departments to ensure that opportunities for greater alumni engagement are pursued by all who travel on behalf of the University.

Managing Director Susie Hills says, “Victoria’s development and alumni relations skills and expertise, and her knowledge of the sector in SE Asia, are a valuable addition to the team. We are delighted to welcome her”.

Previously, Victoria played a key part in the rebuilding of Said Business School’s development office, within the University of Oxford. Here she led the launch of the Alumni Annual Fund, which was uniquely driven by a combination of e-solicitation, social media and volunteer outreach. She also had responsibility for managing the School’s scholarship funding strategy; drafting a new case for support and building a prospect pipeline to secure philanthropic support from individuals and corporate trusts.

Prior to joining the Business School in 2011, Victoria worked on a variety of short-term annual fund and leadership giving projects, supporting clients from independent schools and universities in the UK, Europe, Asia and Australia.

Victoria says, “Joining Graham-Pelton is an exciting new step in my career and I look forward to the challenges that lie ahead.”

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