Vice President, University Advancement
Elizabeth A. Brady joined Golden Gate University in January 1996 as the planned giving director. She was named vice president of University Advancement in December 2000. She was charged with preparing the university for and conducting GGU's first capital campaign in 30 years. Prior to joining GGU, Brady was vice president of development at the Church Divinity School of the Pacific, the Episcopal graduate school in Berkeley, Calif., where she spent 10 years in a variety of development positions, including publications, alumni relations, annual and planned giving, and major gifts. Before entering the development field, she spent 10 years teaching English at universities in the Bay Area and was co-founder and director of the English Center for International Women at Mills College. Brady earned her BA and MA in English at San Francisco State University.The mission of University Advancement is to raise awareness and support of Golden Gate University. We work to increase loyalty, enthusiasm and financial support among students, alumni, faculty, staff, trustees, friends and the public to advance the university's mission of providing professional-practice higher education.
Areas of Expertise:
- Fund Development
- Planned Giving