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Don Zorn named campaign manager for Children’s Hospital
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Don Zorn, a fundraising, sales and marketing professional whose more than 20 years experience includes service with Junior Achievement of Central New York and Syracuse University, has been named manager of the capital campaign for the Central New York Children’s Hospital at University Hospital. With his appointment, Zorn joins the staff of the Upstate Medical University Foundation.
Zorn most recently served as president and chief staff officer with Junior Achievement of Central New York, a nonprofit organization, where he introduced a successful annual “Calls for Kids” fundraising campaign targeting entrepreneurs and small business.
He also increased in-kind support for the organization from area businesses and enhanced volunteer recognition programs.
At Syracuse University, Zorn served as development director for the School of Information Studies, where he was responsible for fundraising, alumni relations and other school-related activities.
Zorn also served as senior marketing representative with Digitial Equipment Corp., in Liverpool, and director of marketing operations for Genigraphics Corp., in Liverpool, where he oversaw a staff of 30 and a $2 million annual budget.
Zorn received a juris doctorate from the Syracuse University College of Law and a master’s degree from Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies. He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts.
Zorn lives in Cicero with his wife, Ellen, and their two children.
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