Ann Cary Simpson
Before joining the School of Government (then the Institute of Government) in 1997, Ann Simpson was major gifts manager for the UNC Center for Public Television. Prior to that, she spent 16 years working with environmental protection organizations including the US Fish and Wildlife Service, The Nature Conservancy, the NC Environmental Defense Fund, and the Wetlands America program of Ducks Unlimited. She has also provided consultation and professional development training in communications and fundraising for regional and local land trusts throughout North Carolina. Her publications include the photography for Into the Sound Country and Inner Islands: A Carolinian’s Sound Country Chronicle, both published by UNC Press. Simpson is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Ann Simpson is available to discuss current fundraising campaigns, individual annual gifts, ideas for major and planned gifts, or corporate and foundation support, and is happy to answer general questions about the School of Government Foundation or the School of Government and its faculty.
Tatum M. Isenberger
Tatum Isenberger joined the School of Government in 2012. Prior to joining the School, she worked at Duke University and Drexel University as a fundraiser serving as an annual giving and major gift officer. Currently, she leads the School of Government's corporate giving program and the annual friends campaign. Isenberger holds a master’s degree in communication from Drury University.
To learn more about supporting the School of Government, visit www.sog.unc.edu/development or contact Tatum Isenberger.
Jean D. Coble
Jean Coble joined the MPA program at UNC-Chapel Hill in 1987 as program manager. She continued in that position when the program moved to the School of Government in 1997, and she moved to her current position in 2005. Prior to joining the MPA program, Coble worked in student services positions in the departments of geological sciences, nutrition, biostatistics, and political science at UNC-Chapel Hill. She is available to discuss MPA funding including scholarships, fellowships, and unrestricted program support and can answer general questions about the program from alumni and others.
Rebecca T. Carter
Becky Carter joined the School of Government in 2004 as administrative assistant in the Development Office. Prior to coming to the School she worked for 33 years with Burlington Industries in the customer service field and as an administrative assistant in the Transportation Division. She is available to answer questions about gift acknowledgements and accounting, giving opportunities, and other general questions about the School.