Through its various departments, External Relations seeks to build productive and meaningful lifelong relationships between the university and its many constituencies, which include students, alumni, parents, friends, industry leaders, and community members.
We build strong support and lasting relationships by:
External Relations is composed of:
The Office of Alumni Relations directs and supports programs to provide alumni with opportunities to network, volunteer, support current students, and strengthen their connection to their University. For more information, please contact Bill Thompson ('87,PC), Executive Director of Alumni Relations, at 386-226-7457 or William.Thompson@erau.edu.
The Office of University Development works to establish and maintain relationships with Embry-Riddle alumni, parents, and friends, as well as corporations and foundations that provide private financial support for the University and its programs. For more information, please contact Steve Bobinsky, Executive Director of Development, at 928-777-4210 or email@example.com.
The Office of Communications manages communications for the offices of Alumni Relations, Development, Development Services, and Career Services. For more information, please contact Anthony Brown, Senior Director of Development Communications and Donor Relations, at 386-323-5071 or Anthony.Brown@erau.edu.
The Office of Development Services researches, reports and analyzes development data, handles gifts and development records administration, and maintains related databases. For more information, please contact John Neff, Executive Director of Development Services, at 386-226-6402 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Career Services provides quality comprehensive career-related services and resources to students and recent graduates, giving them the tools necessary to excel in today’s highly competitive global employment market. For more information, go to Career Services contact page.
The University Archives preserves and documents the University's history and heritage by collecting and archiving documents, oral histories, memorabilia, and artifacts that tell the Embry-Riddle story from the earliest days as a flight school at Lunken Airport in Cincinnati, Ohio, through its emergence as a global university. For more information, please contact Kevin Montgomery, University Archivist, at 386-226-6296 or Kevin.Montgomery@erau.edu.