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Flanagan leaving the University

Elizabeth "Betsy" Flanagan, who has served in the University's development office since 1991, has accepted a job at Virginia Tech as vice president for development and university relations. Her last day will be June 16, and she joins Virginia Tech in July.

Flanagan came to U.Va. to head planned giving and was promoted in 1997 to assistant vice president for development and director of individual, major and planned gifts.

"Betsy Flanagan has been an integral part of our fund-raising success. Her professionalism and team-building skills gave University Development much-needed credibility within the University community, and helped us build the strong collaborative network around Grounds that we know today," said Robert D. Sweeney, vice president for development and university relations.

Flanagan's position will not be filled, but other staff members will take on her responsibilities, said Charles B. Fitzgerald, associate vice president of development.


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