The Maryland Science Center has appointed Mark Potter as vice president of development, announced Van Reiner, president and CEO. In this position, Potter will provide leadership for all of the Maryland Science Center’s fundraising activities.
Potter was most recently the executive director at the Basilica of the Assumption Historic Trust, Inc., where he was responsible for the management and operations of the Basilica of the Assumption, including its national fundraising efforts. He previously held the position of vice president for institutional advancement at the Archbishop Curley High School, when he piloted the school’s alumni and development program.
Potter is a graduate of Towson University, where he received his bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in Education Administration.
Source: Himmelrich PR