New director of advancement at MSA
Mount Saint Agnes Academy (MSA) has hired a new Director of Advancement in an effort to advance the school in a number of areas, including building alumni connections and keeping the school visable in Bermuda’s community. Suzanne DeCouto joins MSA from the Bermuda Red Cross, where she was the Fundraising and Communications Manager for five years.
As a graduating MSA Alumna and the parent of a son in Grade 6, Suzanne is very familiar with the school, both past and present. Her role will include managing campaigns and fundraising programs, external relations, relationship building and helping to advance the school in areas of growth, sustainability and upgrades.
MSA Principal, Sue Moench, said, “We are very happy to welcome Suzanne back to the MSA family. With the successful implementation of the Alberta Curriculum, our school has been transforming across the board and Suzanne’s role is an integral part of sustaining that momentum internally and communicating it externally.”
Suzanne Decouto comments, “No two days are the same, one minute I could be working on Careers Day with our current students and parents and the next I am connecting with Alumni who have been with the school for generations.”
“It is a strange feeling to be back in these corridors as a member of staff, but I love the nurturing atmosphere at MSA and I feel like part of the family already.”
In 2020, MSA will celebrate its 130th anniversary. Suzanne is planning events surrounding the celebration and encourages all Alumni who are not already part of the alumni community to stay connected by emailing email@example.com.
MSA also has a social media platform called MSA Connect https://msaconnected.com/.
• Press release from Mount Saint Agnes Academy
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