Two Women Announce That They Are Stepping Down From High-Level University Posts Later This Year

Tamara Rogers, vice president for alumni affairs and development at Harvard University, announced that she will step down from her post by the end of the calendar year. Rogers has served in this role since 2007 and is completing work on the largest capital campaign in the history of American higher education. She has been a fundraiser for the university since 1990. Earlier, she worked in undergraduate admissions for 14 years.

Rogers is a 1974 graduate of Harvard University.

Shelley McKamey, the executive director of the Museum of the Rockies on the campus of Montana State University in Bozeman, has announced that she will retire at the end of the year. She joined the staff at the museum in 1987 as the marketing director and was named executive director in 2003. Nearly 200,000 people visited the museum in 2017.

McKamey is a native of Great Falls, Montana. She graduated from Montana State University in 1974 and worked in advertising and public relations before joining the staff at the Museum of the Rockies.

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