Amy Niceswanger-Anderson originally joined the athletic department staff as a marketing intern in 1998 and was hired shortly after in the Panther Club Office. She was promoted to director of athletic development for the annual fund in July of 2002.
In this position, Niceswanger-Anderson oversaw the fundraising for the Panther Club Athletic Scholarship Fund, priority seating for football and men's basketball along with serving as the contact for Panther Club chapters throughout the Northeast region. Additionally, Niceswanger-Anderson played an instrumental role in the sale of 17 luxury suites at the Petersen Events Center.
In January of 2005, Niceswanger-Anderson was named Director of Major Gifts Initiative and Manager of Athletics Development. In this role Amy specialized in fundraising efforts in gifts and pledges between $100,000 and $500,000. In addition, she assumed the responsibility for the day-to-day management of the department's development operations.
Most recently, Amy has been named Assistant Athletic Director for Development and will continue to lead all Panther Club initiatives. Additionally, Amy will be directly involved with the fundraising initiatives for the new Olympic Sports facilities.
Niceswanger-Anderson earned her undergraduate degree from Pitt in 1998 and her MBA from the Katz Graduate School of Business in 2003. Amy was also a four-year member of the Panther Dance Team.
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