Sue Cunningham is president and CEO of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). She also serves on the steering committee of the Washington Higher Education Secretariat, on the board of the Council of Higher Education Management Associations, and on the fundraising committee for the Aurora Foundation. Prior to her appointment to CASE, Ms. Cunningham served as vice principal for advancement at the University of Melbourne and the director of development for the University of Oxford. She served as director of development at Christ Church, Oxford and as director of external relations at the University of St Andrews. Ms. Cunningham was awarded a master's degree from the University of Oxford and a bachelor's degree in performing arts from Middlesex University, London.
Tiffany Crumpton is the Director of Vertical Marketing and Strategy for Blackbaud’s Higher Education Solutions group. She is accountable for leading the strategic management and execution of the team’s go-to-market strategy across the entire higher education landscape in North America. Key areas of responsibility include the strategic planning, commercialization and go-to-market execution of launching solutions and services to meet the ever-changing needs of Higher Education institutions. Additionally, Tiffany leads the team that evaluates and introduces new solutions to the market to affect the entire income stream on campus through partnership and acquisition- one recent example is the acquisition of AcademicWorks scholarship and award management solution into the Blackbaud portfolio in April 2017.
Tiffany maintains a strong commitment to nonprofit leadership and has served on a number of nonprofit boards and steering committees supporting her alma mater, mentorship programs for women beginning careers in Marketing and Technology as well as organizations combatting the many issues that arise with hunger and homelessness in our community. Tiffany currently serves as the Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Lowcountry Food Bank.