Dee Dee Mozeleski is the Vice President of the Office of Institutional Advancement and Communications, and, as such, also serves as the Executive Director of the Foundation for City College. In 2016, she was asked to serve in the additional capacity of Senior Advisor to the President of City College, Dr. Vince Boudreau.
Ms. Mozeleski has spent almost thirty years working in service to public higher education institutions, cultural programs, international agencies and government organizations. At City, she is a member of the College's senior leadership team, the President's Cabinet and serves on a variety of special committees, including the Task Force for the Future of City College. Her responsibilities include philanthropic management of the Foundation for City College, stewarding and expanding the College's public profile, workforce development activities, community engagement projects and management of our campus emergency needs programs specific to Benny's Food Pantry, the Urban Gardens at CCNY and a portfolio of emergency support programs to expand opportunities for students. During her time at City, she led the consolidation of the College's two fundraising organizations and oversaw the fundraising campaign which launched the Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership in 2013.
Having worked with some of the largest non-profit organizations in New York City and around the world, with a focus on North America, the Middle East and Africa, Ms. Mozeleski has focused her career working as a public servant in support of causes that impact communities on a global scale. A graduate of San Diego State University, she currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Appalachian Mountain Club, and as the advisor to the College's Outdoor Initiative and Hockey Club.
She served as a Board Member of Women in Development, New York City and Seeds of Africa Foundation, where she also worked to build a K-12 school in Adama, Ethiopia. Ms. Mozeleski was recognized as CASE Professional of the Year (2021) for CASE District II and was inamed a 2021 Crain's New York Notable in Non-Profits. One of her most proud accomplishments is having raised a City College graduate, class of 2016.
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