more than twenty-five
years of expertise.
In her more than twenty-five years as a development professional, Alice DuBose has served some of our country's most respected institutions at ever-increasing levels of responsibility. In 1991 she moved to Chicago and joined the University of Chicago's development office as Director of Regional Programs during the University's $650 million Centennial Campaign. In 1995, she became Director of Development for the University's Graduate School of Business. She has served as the Vice President of Development and Interim President of the Children's Memorial Hospital Foundation, Vice President of Development for The Art Institute of Chicago, and most recently the Vice President of Development for the Chicago Zoological Society/Brookfield Zoo. At these institutions, in addition to meeting annual operating revenue goals, Alice helped design, execute, and complete capital campaigns that secured more than $950 million in gifts and pledges.
She has also worked for some of our country's most renowned universities, including Rice University, Boston College, and Tulane University. Alice began her development career as a Campaign Director at the United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County.
Her experience is wide and deep. She has vast experience in all aspects of annual giving, membership, major and special gifts, corporate and foundation support, staff management, capital campaign fundraising efforts, strategic planning, and board development.
Alice earned her BA from the University of Texas. She is also a 3Arts board member.