College Names Jeffrey S. Morosoff Vice President for Institutional Advancement 2008

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For Immediate Release September 3, 2008Contact: Alicia Steger 516.572.9634 e-mail: alicia.steger@ncc.edu

 Nassau Community College Names Jeffrey S. Morosoff Vice President for Institutional Advancement

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Garden City, NY Nassau Community College is pleased to announce that Jeffrey S. Morosoff has recently been named vice president for institutional advancement. Morosoff assumed his position on August 18. "NCC is indeed fortunate to have Jeff on board," said Dr. Sean A. Fanelli, president of Nassau Community College. "His expertise and long experience will serve us well as we seek, in an ever evolving environment, to raise the College's profile and to explore new opportunities to increase the financial resources coming to NCC." 

Morosoff is looking forward to his new position. "I'm thrilled to be serving the students, faculty, staff and friends of Nassau Community College and look forward to working to enhance the institution's fundraising and communications efforts," he said.

Prior to coming to Nassau, Morosoff served as director of alumni and government relations and later director of foundation and corporate relations for New York Institute of Technology (NYIT). A professional communicator since 1979, Morosoff first worked in radio as a disk jockey and news anchor. His public relations career began at Cablevision in 1983, where he handled community and government relations and public access TV production. Over the course of his career, Morosoff also was the director of special projects for the Long Island Association and oversaw all communications activities for the Town of Babylon. In addition, he ran political campaigns and provided public relations services for various clients. Morosoff is immediate past president of the Public Relations Professionals of Long Island and co-founder of the Long Island Higher Education Communicators.

Morosoff holds bachelors and master's degrees in communication arts from NYIT. He won the International Association of Business Communicators' "Achievement in Communications Award" in 2000.

 

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