Greg Bowden has been appointed as the new Associate Dean for Development and Alumni Relations for the Carey Business School.
The appointment, effective November 15, was announced in October by Dean Bernard T. Ferrari and Joshua Else, associate vice president for development and alumni relations for Johns Hopkins University.
Bowden comes to Carey with more than 19 years of experience in development and strategic leadership. Since 2010, he has served as the senior director of development for the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics. During his tenure, he managed fundraising efforts and served as part of the management team for the Johns Hopkins: Rising to the Challenge Campaign. In six years, he has helped to raise almost $30 million, highlighted by a $4.5 million gift to endow the directorship of the Berman Institute.
Before coming to Johns Hopkins, Bowden served in a number of leadership roles with the Greenwood Genetic Center of South Carolina, Corporate DevelopMint, Custom Development Solutions, and the Catholic Diocese of Charleston.
He graduated from Penn State University with a bachelor’s degree in organizational leadership. He also has a graduate certificate in nonprofit management from Johns Hopkins.