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Banker to lead university fundraising

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  • | 4:44 p.m. January 20, 2016
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NAPLES — Hodges University named former banker Timothy Hall the new director of development, responsible for fundraising and donor relations.

Hall most recently served as executive vice president at First American Bank in Naples. He has also served as vice president and senior portfolio manager for Hudson Realty Capital in Fort Myers, senior asset manager for Thompson, Cobb & Bazillo in Washington, D.C. and president and CEO of Eisinger, Kilbane & Associates in Maryland.

From 1998 to 2007, Hall was the president, CEO and founding member of the Chelsea School in Silver Spring, Md. A private school focused on educating students with learning differences, Hall was responsible for the overall management of the school, including fundraising, budgeting and marketing.

In 2007, Hall and his wife, Jill, moved to Florida where he re-entered the banking industry. “He comes with tremendous knowledge in the financial sector and has many connections in our region, especially in Naples,” says David Borofsky, president of Naples-based Hodges University, in a statement. “Tim is solidly behind the mission of Hodges University, and he is committed to helping us find and secure the financial resources necessary to help our students be successful.”

Hall serves as a member of the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce and the Collier County Honor Flight, a nonprofit organization dedicated to transporting veterans to Washington, D.C., to visit the war memorials.



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