Arline Stephan has served for the past two years as the Executive Director/Campaign Director of the Montgomery County Community College Foundation and is currently the Vice President for Advancement. In this role, she is responsible for the overall management and fundraising success of the Foundation and its first-ever comprehensive campaign. Arline has 23 of development experience, including eight years as the Executive Director of Capital Health Foundation—a large hospital system based in Trenton and Hopewell, New Jersey. She also served as the associate vice president of Advancement Services at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. She started her development career at Rutgers University Foundation. During her 13-year tenure there, she held the positions of Manager of Donor Relations, Director of Advancement Services and Senior Director of Advancement Services and Special Programs, moving into the major and planned gift arena through special program and class campaign fundraising. She became involved nationally with the women and philanthropy movement in the early 1990’s and has been a speaker at many conferences and to groups about the power of women and giving. Over the years, she has served on numerous fundraising and community boards. Prior to development, Arline held administrative and managerial positions spanning the course of 18 years at Hartford Hospital, Hartford, Conn.; University of Texas at Austin, and HCA Shoal Creek Hospital, also in Austin, Texas. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas.