Keystone College has named Timothy J. Pryle as Associate Vice President of Institutional Advancement.
Mr. Pryle has more than 30 years of fundraising, alumni engagement, admissions, and marketing and branding experience in higher ed institutions in Northeastern Pennsylvania and Boston, Mass.
For the past 20 years, he managed all aspects of the University of Scranton’s President’s Business Council (PBC), including the fundraising, planning, and execution for its highly successful annual award dinner held in New York City. The PBC expanded opportunities for alumni networking as well as student engagement under his leadership. Mr. Pryle also served as a major gifts officer, managing a portfolio of key constituents for broader initiatives and capital campaigns.
Previously, Mr. Pryle served as Assistant Director of Admissions in the Graduate School for Health Studies at Simmons College, as Graduate Assistant in the Office of State and Community Affairs at Boston College, as MBA Admissions Officer at Harvard Business School, as Area Manager for ATCi, Inc., and as Assistant Dean of Admissions at the University of Scranton. He recently completed his tenure as a Trustee of the Waverly Community House, where he successfully chaired the Endowment Committee for the Centennial Campaign.
A native of Carbondale, Mr. Pryle holds a bachelor of science degree in marketing from the University of Scranton and a master of arts degree in higher education administration from Boston College. He and his wife, Marilyn, reside in Clarks Green with their two sons.
Recognized as one of the best educational values in Northeastern Pennsylvania, Keystone offers more than 50 undergraduate and graduate degree options in liberal arts and science-based programs in business, communications, education, natural science, environmental science, and social sciences. Located on a beautiful 276-acre campus 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.