Weingart Joins Huntington University as VP

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Huntington University has hired Stephen Weingart as vice president of university advancement. He has nearly 30 years of business and advancement experience. Weingart most recently served as global business strategist for FedEx Custom Critical, where he led 10-fold revenue growth for Latin America from 2005 to 2011 and launched FedEx Express services in Mexico, Japan, Brazil, Puerto Rico and Korea.

Following his time at FedEx, he spent four years at Malone University in Canton, Ohio, holding titles such as vice president for university advancement and special advisor to the president, where he focused specifically on Malone’s capital campaign and fundraising. In July of 2018, Weingart joined Edward Jones as a financial advisor, and he now brings his knowledge and financial insight to the HU Advancement Team. 

He earned a BA in communications from Malone College and MBA from Baldwin-Wallace College. 

Weingart served on the Malone University board of trustees from 2007 to 2013, holding a variety of positions, including vice chair and committee chair. He was awarded the FedEx Diamond Award in 2012 and the Five Star Award in 2010 and the Zulu Award in 2003.

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