Foundation staff welcomes new member

Kyle KremerKyle Kremer joined the Engineering Foundation staff in March as the director of development and major gift contact for the Department of Materials Science and Engineering. He replaces Ketura Parker, who left the position in November 2016.

Kremer graduated from Bowling Green State University in 2009. He spent nearly four years employed as a program manager with Ruffalo Noel Levitz, a higher-education enrollment management and fundraising consulting firm, before moving to Durham, North Carolina, where he held the positions of associate and assistant director of annual giving at the Duke Fuqua School of Business for an additional four years.

A Durham resident, Kremer loves volunteering in his free time. He had his first Wolfpack experience helping the Cary Jaycees run the concession stands for a football game, though he has been more involved with the Durham Jaycees. The Jaycees organization is for young professionals ages 21-40 who want to help their community, socialize with like-minded individuals and develop their leadership skills. He also enjoys staying active and gets involved with local softball, kickball and bowling leagues.

Kremer is currently planning a trip to Oregon, fueled by his love of travel, and particularly enjoys long road trips. He dreams of one day driving across the continent on Route 66 before turning his attention to the greater world beyond.

Kremer is excited to join the Wolfpack family and is already impressed by the amiability of everyone he has met at NC State.

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