May 31, 2012
New development officers hired at KSU Foundation
Ryan Kenney, Brett Larson and Madison Loeb were recently hired as part of the development team for the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Engineering at the KSU Foundation. They will serve as development officers.
Prior to joining the foundation, Kenney worked in the Houston area in sales for home health agencies with an emphasis on orthotics and durable medical equipment. He also has experience as a territory manager for Olympic Paints and Stains in Houston. Kenney graduated from Kansas State University in 2009 with a degree in social science and business administration.
Larson is a former major gifts officer for the Emporia State University Foundation. He also worked as a graduate assistant in the K-State department of intercollegiate athletics while obtaining his master's degree in counseling and student development. Larson earned his undergraduate degree from Wichita State University, and also graduated from culinary arts school in Boulder, Colo.
Loeb has served as an admissions representative for K-State for three years. As an undergraduate , she was involved with the K-State Student Foundation, including serving on the inaugural advisory board that founded and implemented the student-led philanthropic campaign, K-State Proud. Loeb also attended the Institute for Philanthropy and Voluntary Service program at Georgetown University and completed the national certification in nonprofit management and leadership. She graduated from K-State in 2009.