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WWU Foundation hired former University of Hawaii Foundation director.

The Western Washington University Foundation hired Tim Szymanowski as its associate vice president for development and leadership giving, a newly-created role.

In addition to being a key member of WWU's University Advancement leadership team, Szymanowski will oversee Westerns development officers, according to a press release from the university.

Stephanie Bowers, executive director of the foundation, said this marks a significant step forward in the Western Stands for Washington campaign, a fundraising project that aims to raise $60 million.

Szymanowski's career has spanned 30 years and 25 countries, encompassing multiple arenas from business, sales and marketing to higher education fundraising.

He joined Eastern Washington University's development team in 2006. Most recently, Szymanowski was executive director for the University of Hawaii Foundation.

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Date:Sep 1, 2015
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