Kent Stucky, interim special advisor to the Seminary for advancement, oversees the functions of the Advancement Office. Kent is a graduate of Lewis and Clark Law School (JD), Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary (MTS), and Goshen College (BA).
Carolyn Cranston '99, director of alumnae/i and church relations, has served as an administrator since 2000. She is a graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania (B.S.) and Pittsburgh Theological Seminary (M.Div.).Carolyn is ordained as Minister of Word and Sacrament in the PC(USA) and serves as a part-time associate pastor at Pleasant Hills Community Presbyterian Church.
Hallie Isadore, database and donor services specialist, assumed this role at the Seminary in 2019, previously serving in the Office of Enrollment and Retention. She manages the Advancement computer databases and acknowledgement system related to donor and constituent relations and assists with constituent events and communications. Hallie earned her bachelor's in relgion from Grove City College.
Dominick Oliver, director of development, started at the Seminary in 2017. He directs the planning and implementation of all programs and activities associated with the Seminary's annual fund. In addition, he oversees donor services, along with planned and major gift giving. Dominick is a graduate of Duquesne University (B.S. and MBA).
Connie Gundry Tappy, senior writer and resource strategist, joined the advancement staff in 2009 and has served as project administrator of the Seminary-sponsored Zeitah Excavations since 1999. She earned her bachelor’s in religious studies from Westmont College and her master's in theological studies from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.