Jeff Todd joined The University of New Mexico (UNM) Foundation in September 2019. He has over 35 years of higher education advancement leadership experience.
Prior to joining the UNM Foundation, Jeff served as the associate vice president of alumni and executive director of alumni UBC for The University of British Columbia. During his tenure at UBC, he served as the co-director of UBC’s start an evolution campaign that raised $1.624 billion and engaged more than 130,000 alumni. He also served as interim vice president of development and alumni engagement for UBC.
Previously, Jeff was the executive director of the alumni association and director of alumni relations for Oregon State University; executive vice president for The University of Arizona Alumni Association; and director of The Wooster Fund and director of alumni relations at The College of Wooster.
Throughout his career, Jeff has been actively involved with the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), Council of Alumni Association Executives (CAAE), and the Canadian Council for Advancement of Education (CCAE). He served on the boards of all three organizations and, most recently, as president of CCAE. He has presented at numerous conferences on a range of advancement topics. He received the CASE Crystal Apple in 2009 for teaching excellence, among other recognitions.
Jeff earned his degree from The College of Wooster. He and his wife, Jean, have two daughters.