Anne Shoup
Assistant Dean for Advancement, College of Engineering and Applied Science
 

Biography

Anne brings fifteen years of experience to her role as Assistant Dean for Advancement in the College of Engineering and Applied Science. Over the course of her career, Anne has helped mobilize staff, boards, and volunteers to grow and transform philanthropic programs by emphasizing a transparent, donor-focused, and impact-oriented approach. Together, she and the Advancement team build connections, engage partners, and strengthen financial support for the college’s ambitious goals.

Previously, Anne worked as Director of Leadership Giving for The Climate Reality Project and as Director of Charitable Giving for the Leelanau Conservancy. She began her career at Interlochen Center for the Arts, raising funds and managing national alumni volunteers and events.

Anne graduated with honors from Princeton University, holds a Certificate in Fund Raising Management from the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University, and is recognized as a Certified Fund Raising Executive.

Born and raised in Alaska, Anne spent her formative years buzzing over the Alaskan landscape with her bush pilot/teacher father, landing on floats in Prince William Sound, and commercial fishing in the waters around Katmai National Park. She and her husband have three daughters.