Salem Announces New Director of Alumnae Relations

Salem Announces New Director of Alumnae Relations

August 30, 2013
Jenny Stokes

Salem College is pleased to announce that Salem alumna Jennifer “Jenny” Stokes C’96 has accepted the position of Director of College Alumnae Relations, effective September 16, 2013. 

“I’m so excited to be back at Salem when there are so many wonderful things happening,” says Stokes. “I’m thrilled to get the opportunity to work with and engage the network of powerful women that Salem produces. It’s such a blessing.”

In addition to earning her BA in Sociology with a minor in Business Administration from Salem, Stokes earned her Masters of Public Affairs in Nonprofit Management from UNCG. Over the past 15 years, she has directed, coordinated or supported the recruiting, communications, marketing, fundraising and large-scale event planning efforts of several organizations and institutions, including Salem Academy Admissions; UNCG; the Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem; Action Greensboro’s initiative for downtown Wi-Fi and its citywide “Get Down! Town” for college students; United Way of Greater Greensboro and its regional launch of the LIVE UNITED campaign; and the national AnGeL Ministries based in Raleigh.

The many recognitions Jenny has received include the 2006 Salem College Young Alumna Award, the Triad Business Journal’s “40 Leaders Under 40” designation and a profile in BizLife Magazine as a Triad “Mover and Shaker.”

“I am delighted to welcome Jenny Stokes back to Salem and to the Institutional Advancement team. I am confident that her previous experiences and achievements will benefit Salem College during the exciting years ahead,” says Vicki Sheppard, Vice President for Institution Advancement of Salem Academy and College.