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UMW’s Salvatore “Torre” Meringolo Announces Retirement

Salvatore “Torre” Meringolo, University of Mary Washington (UMW) Vice President for Advancement and University Relations, has announced his retirement effective October 1, 2016.

Meringolo came to the University of Mary Washington in August of 2009 to lead the university’s fundraising, alumni affairs, and external relations and communication programs.

Meringolo spearheaded the five-year, $50 million Mary Washington First campaign, which exceeded its goal two months ahead of schedule.

During his tenure, he also oversaw the reorganization within Alumni Relations, resulting in a series of regional networks across the country.

Before coming to UMW, Meringolo served as vice president for development at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. Under his leadership, the college successfully completed the largest fundraising initiative in its history, the $40 million Heritage Campaign.

In addition to positions at Iona College, the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Meringolo also served as associate dean of the University Libraries at The Pennsylvania State University.

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