Scott Rembold is vice president for University advancement. In this role, he oversees all efforts to engage alumni, parents, business leaders, corporations, foundations and organizations as partners in support of the University, its 12 schools and programs. Rembold manages the offices of alumni relations, corporate and foundation relations, planned giving, the CUA fund, stewardship, the parents fund, reunions and advancement services to secure funding across the institution. Rembold's team is responsible for all fundraising efforts on behalf of the University including the national collection, and works closely with the University Board of Trustees and members of school-based advisory boards.
Prior to joining The Catholic University of America, Rembold spent 13 years at Johns Hopkins University; eight as the associate vice president for development and alumni relations and prior to that as the associate dean for development and alumni relations at JHU's Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). His previous advancement experience includes assignments as director of development at the George Washington University, director of annual giving at Arizona State University and as a university fundraising consultant with the Pacific Group, based in Los Angeles.
Rembold earned a B.A. in political science and communications from Wake Forest University and a master's degree in higher education leadership from the George Washington University.