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New VP for advancement starts at Newman University in Wichita

  • Published Monday, July 16, 2012, at 5:20 p.m.

Troy Horine started work Monday as vice president for university advancement at Newman University.

A native of Wichita, Horine will oversee Newman’s Advancement Department, which incorporates fundraising and development, as well as Alumni Relations, University Relations, and Mission and Archives.

In a news release, university president Noreen M. Carrocci said Horine “brings a great depth of experience in fundraising, alumni relations, communications and management. He has a real track record of success, and truly glowing references from previous employers and staff.”

In the news release from Newman, Horine said he went to St. Francis of Assisi grade school and Bishop Carroll High School.

From 1982 to 1986, he was director of development at Newman University, where he helped conduct the institution’s first capital campaign.

Horine’s most recent position was as director of major and leadership gifts at the University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Medicine.

Horine earned bachelor’s degrees from Kansas State University and an MBA from Creighton University.

He takes the position recently vacated by Tom Borrego, who left the university at the end of June.

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