Foundation Leadership

Lynette Marshall - BW

Lynette L. Marshall, CFRE

President and CEO

Lynette Marshall is proud to serve as president and CEO of the University of Iowa Center for Advancement, an organization that combines two longstanding institutions—the foundation and the alumni association—and promotes their shared mission of advancing the University of Iowa.
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Kathleen Dore

Kathleen A. Dore

Chair, UI Foundation Board of Directors

Kathy Dore of New York City currently serves as Senior Advisor, Vision and Strategy, for consulting firm Proteus International. In 2008, Kathy retired as President, Broadcasting, at Canwest Media. Prior to joining Canwest, she was President, Entertainment Networks for Rainbow Media, overseeing cable networks AMC, IFC,WE, and Bravo. She received a B.A. degree in Speech Communications from the UI in 1972, and an M.B.A. degree from the College of Business in 1984. Kathy has served on the Board of Directors for the UI Alumni Association and the Board of Visitors for the Tippie College of Business. She received the UI Alumni Association’s Distinguished Alumni Award for Achievement in 1998, was named Woman of the Year in 2003 by Women in cable Telecommunications (WICT), and has been among Hollywood Reporter’s annual list of “100 Most Powerful Women.”

Tiffani K. Shaw

Tiffani K. Shaw

Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer

Tiffani Shaw joined the UI Foundation in 1997, and as Executive VP and COO she oversees the organization’s administrative departments—Finance, Information Technology, Facilities and Operations, Legal, Human Resources, and Communications.  Prior to that, Tiffani served as the Controller and Chief Financial Officer.  Before joining the organization, she was a Public Accountant with McGladrey & Pullen, LLP, where she supervised audits in both the nonprofit and for-profit sectors.  She received her B.A. in accounting from The University of Iowa and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).  Tiffani also serves on the National Advisory Board for the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).