Scott Troutman, a College of Sciences alumnus with extensive fundraising experience, has been named a director of development in the college’s Advancement Office.
As director of development, Troutman focuses on major gift fundraising with the college’s alumni and other constituents. He comes to NC State from the Frankie Lemmon Developmental School and Frankie Lemmon Foundation, where he served as executive director. Prior to this role, he served in fundraising and alumni relations positions in the Poole College of Management and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences here at NC State. Troutman also enjoyed a nine-year career in management consulting before moving to the non-profit-sector.
“Scott has tremendous pride in being a College of Sciences alumnus, and I know his energy and passion will help fuel his success in this new role,” said Brock Matthews, assistant dean for advancement.
Troutman earned his bachelor’s degrees in chemistry and chemical engineering from NC State. He received his MBA from the University of Georgia. Troutman is a former member of the NC State Alumni Association Board of Directors and was named the Alumni Association’s 2003 Young Alumnus of the Year.