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Asbury Seminary Advancement
Asbury Theological Seminary
Vice President for Advancement
Jay Mansur is Asbury Theological Seminary's Vice President for Advancement. Mr. Mansur has most recently been Vice President for Advancement/President of the Spring Arbor University Foundation at Spring Arbor, Michigan, a position he held for seven years. He has had responsibility over the annual fund, major donors, alumni, planned giving, external relations (corporate, community and government relations) and advancement operations. He has grown total giving, secured many new donor relationships and directed a successful fundraising campaign at Spring Arbor University among other achievements in his area of responsibility. From 1996 to 2002, he was Executive Vice President for Estate and Gift Planning at the Free Methodist Foundation/ King Trust Company in Spring Arbor. Prior to that, he was owner and practitioner of Mansur Asset Planning in Janesville, Wisconsin. Mansur has education and training as a certified financial planner and certified fund specialist. He and his wife, Penny, have seven children and eight grandchildren. They are members of the Free Methodist Church.
Director of Alumni
Tammy Cessna serves as the Director of Alumni in the Advancement Department at Asbury Theological Seminary. Along with her full-time service to the seminary, she graduated in Spring 2013 with her M.A. in Christian Leadership. Tammy has a heart for our 10,000+ alumni in their many areas of ministry. Asbury has alumni in 6 continents, 65 countries, 22 out of 24 time zones, 152 denominations and in all 50 states. Tammy also takes great joy in helping with the planning of the major events of the seminary, hoping to see others come to love ATS just as she does. When she is not working, she loves reading, travel, gardening, camping, fishing, and cheering for the Pittsburgh Steelers. She is the proud mother of three children; Kara (26), Matt (24) and Laura (22) and a Bichon/Poodle mix ...Benny (6).
Director of Donor Development
Tammy Hogan has served Asbury Seminary since 2003, first as the Manager of World Changers and currently as Director of Donor Development. She is responsible for leading the Development department. Tammy began her career working in Washington, D.C. as a contractor to the Navy on the Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Geneva College. She is the mother of three children, Katie, who is twenty two and a senior at Geneva College; Becky, who is nineteen and a junior at Taylor University; and David, who is sixteen and now home alone with mom, and a little dog named Graham.
Coordinator of Donor Development
Kristy Hansen has served Asbury Seminary since 2009, first as a student worker and currently as the Coordinator of Donor Development. She is also a part-time student at Asbury Seminary in the Counseling program, with hopes of working with missionaries and being a Christian counselor. Before coming to Asbury Seminary, Kristy spent seven years with Youth With A Mission (YWAM) where she was able to 'feed' her love for travel and do mission work on every inhabited continent.