BLOOMINGTON, IND. -- After serving in an interim capacity for more than a year, Joyce Q. Rogers, Esq. has been named permanent executive vice president of development for the IU Foundation.
“Throughout her career, Joyce has demonstrated truly great results serving as a fundraising executive. Her devotion to Indiana University (IU) makes her the ideal person to lead our efforts to make a difference in the lives of our students and the future of the university,” said J T. Forbes, president and CEO of the IU Foundation. “It has been an honor working with Joyce, and I have been impressed with her leadership and strategic vision as we build a high-performing team to support our philanthropic work for IU.”
"Joyce is an accomplished leader and I am excited about her permanent appointment as executive vice president of development of the IU Foundation," said Kay Booth, vice chair of the IU Foundation Board of Directors. “I look forward to continuing to work with her and I am confident she will position IU for even greater success in the years to come.”
Joyce will continue to provide strategic oversight of the development function while upholding the IU Foundation’s mission to maximize private support for the university. She will collaborate with leaders across IU and the IU Foundation to build upon existing strengths and identify new innovations necessary to prepare us for the future.
An IU alumna, Joyce served as vice president of development for the IU Foundation for seven years, working closely with the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Multi-cultural Affairs at IU.
Prior to her time at IU, Joyce served as vice president for development at Ivy Tech Community College, where she was responsible for day-to-day operations for fundraising efforts of the institution. In this role, Joyce was the chief development officer with total oversight of the Foundation, directing the development and administrative activities to advance private sector support.
Joyce came to Ivy Tech from Indiana Black Expo, Inc., where she served in multiple leadership roles including president and CEO (2005 – 2007), interim CEO and COO (2004 – 2005), and chief operating officer (2001 – 2004).
Joyce also is a leader in a number of community organizations. She serves as chair of the board for the Madam Walker Legacy Center and is the former chair of the Health & Hospital Corporation of Marion County. She has been honored by a wide range of organizations across the state, including receiving the prestigious State of Indiana Council of the Sagamore of the Wabash award.