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Keystone College names Sean Loughran Major Gifts Officer

Jan 18, 2022

Sean LoughranKeystone College has named Sean Patrick Loughran as its new major gifts officer.

Mr. Loughran brings to Keystone over 15 years of experience as an advancement and legal professional.  He has served as senior counsel on United States congressional, senatorial and two presidential Campaigns.  He has served as director of development for Changing our World and senior vice president of development for E-merge Consulting Services. Prior to that, Mr. Loughran served as director of planned giving for Carnegie Associates. Mr. Loughran is a frequent guest lecturer on fundraising and estate planning strategies on college campuses including Harvard Law School.

Mr. Loughran received a juris doctor degree from Emory University School of Law and  also a bachelor of science degree with Latin honors from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Mr. Loughran is an attorney licensed to practice law before the Pennsylvania, New York and United States Supreme Court Bar. He is a member of the Association of Financial Professionals, and serves on the board of numerous philanthropic and mission driven organizations.

He is the husband of Dr. Mausumi N. Syamal-Loughran a Cleveland-Clinic fellowship trained otolaryangeal surgeon with the Lehigh Valley Health Network. Dr. Syamal holds degrees from Duke University and the University of Michigan

With the lowest tuition of any private college in Northeastern Pennsylvania, Keystone offers more than 40 undergraduate and graduate degree options in liberal arts and science-based programs in business, communications, education, natural science, environmental science, and social sciences. Located 15 minutes from Scranton, Pa. and two hours from New York City and Philadelphia, Keystone is known for small class sizes and individual attention focused on student success through internships, research, and community involvement.


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