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Alumna is Named Director of TC Annual Fund

Teachers College has named Susan Kerge Scherman-'"an alumna who earned her Masters degree in Music and Music Education-'"as the new Director of the Annual Fund and Leadership Gifts.
Teachers College has named Susan Kerge Scherman—an alumna who earned her Masters degree in Music and Music Education—as the new Director of the Annual Fund and Leadership Gifts.
Scherman, who spent a number of years in development at the Columbia Business School and Weill Cornell Medical Center, comes to TC from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey, where she has directed the annual fund and raised over $1 million for the operating needs of the Institute. She has also worked at the Gilman School in Baltimore, and in public relations for Robinson Lerer & Montgomery Strategic Communications in New York City.
 
“I’m thrilled to return to Teachers College with the opportunity to help support faculty and students in the important work they do,” Scherman said.
 
Scherman, who earned her undergraduate degree in English at Gettysburg College, is also a vocalist who has sung solos with the First Congregational Church of Park Ridge, New Jersey, and sings with the Metropolitan Singers/Greek Choral Society. Her sister, Kathryn Kerge, is also a TC alumna of the Organizational Psychology program.

Published Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2010

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Alumna is Named Director of TC Annual Fund

Teachers College has named Susan Kerge Scherman—an alumna who earned her Masters degree in Music and Music Education—as the new Director of the Annual Fund and Leadership Gifts.
Scherman, who spent a number of years in development at the Columbia Business School and Weill Cornell Medical Center, comes to TC from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey, where she has directed the annual fund and raised over $1 million for the operating needs of the Institute. She has also worked at the Gilman School in Baltimore, and in public relations for Robinson Lerer & Montgomery Strategic Communications in New York City.
 
“I’m thrilled to return to Teachers College with the opportunity to help support faculty and students in the important work they do,” Scherman said.
 
Scherman, who earned her undergraduate degree in English at Gettysburg College, is also a vocalist who has sung solos with the First Congregational Church of Park Ridge, New Jersey, and sings with the Metropolitan Singers/Greek Choral Society. Her sister, Kathryn Kerge, is also a TC alumna of the Organizational Psychology program.
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