Kristin Scott is headed into her third year as the Director of Development, Annual Giving. In her role, shehas direct oversight of the $10 million annual giving program and sport booster clubs. Kristin serves asliaison to the ticket office and premium seating areas. She leads budget planning and forecasting for the annual giving and scholarship/premium seating programs. She is responsible for stewarding, cultivating, and soliciting donors to the Golden Gopher Fund (GGF).
Prior to joining GGF staff, she served as the Associate Director of Development for four years in the University of Missouri Athletics Department. While at Mizzou she oversaw all aspects of the annual fundprogram of over 7,600 donor and $7.5 million annually. Duties included oversight of priority seating andparking for men's basketball and football, management of gift-in-kind program, served as liaison tobooster clubs and management of TSF website. Prior to Scott's appointment at Mizzou, she served asthe Assistant Marketing Director in the Department of Athletics at Illinois State University for three years.
Kristin is a member of NACWAA and NAADD. A native of Bloomington, Ill., Kristin attended IllinoisWesleyan lettering in varsity basketball and softball all four years, graduating in 2003 with a Bachelor'sof Arts Degree in Business Administrations. In 2006, Kristin continued her education at Illinois State University, earning a Master's in Sports Management.
Kloos Nets Overtime Winner for Gophers
2/12/2016 - M. Ice Hockey
The team captain extended his career-best point streak to 10 games with three points in the victory.
Gophers Top No. 8 Oklahoma
2/12/2016 - Softball
The Gophers started the 2016 season with a run rule, 9-0, win over Utah Valley followed by topping No. 8/9 Oklahoma 1-0 after a Sydney Dwyer walk-off home run to center field.
Gophers Chalk Sixth Straight Victory
2/12/2016 - W. Gymnastics
The University of Minnesota women's gymnastics team won their sixth straight meet of the season after defeating the Nebraska Cornhuskers 196.300-196.100 on the road.