Office: Forbes Tower, Suite 8084

Phone: 412-648-0185 or 412-647-4241


June Stine is the School of Pharmacy’s Director of Development. As a development and alumni relations leader, she has proactively worked with foundations, community leaders, alumni, boards, volunteer groups, and organizations in various capacities to reach fundraising goals.

Stine started her career as an Executive Director of a 38-empoyee YWCA in Mansfield, Ohio with three satellite daycare facilities, a women’s boarding facility, and a cafeteria. She moved to higher education and as Director of Alumni Relations managed a successful Alumni Relations Office for the College of Health and Human Development at Penn State University with over 41,000 alumni and a main College Board of Directors and five Affiliate Program Alumni Groups and Boards.

From there Stine became the Director of Advancement for Linden Hall School (an all-girls boarding and day school) in Lititz, Pennsylvania for over ten years. She was responsible for complex and creative supervisory and administrative work in planning, cultivating, and soliciting gifts to the school, including capital campaigns, as well as all on going aspects of the permanent development program, including the annual fund. She served as a liaison to the Board of Trustees, Parents’ Association, Alumnae Association, Student Council, Community Groups, and various Board committees.

Stine also was responsible for all public relations, marketing, web pages, DVDs, events, and the public image of the school. She managed the Alumnae Affairs office and staff, coordinating its efforts for the maximum impact on fundraising, image building, and the overall advancement of Linden Hall among other independent girls’ schools in the nation.

In 2010, Stine became the Assistant Vice President for Alumni Relations and Annual Giving for Roosevelt University in Chicago, Illinois responsible for the leadership, direction and management of the Alumni Relations and Annual Giving operations for the Office of Institutional Advancement at Roosevelt University.

Stine has done private consulting work helping schools and organizations establish alumni and development offices.

She and her husband, Art, have recently moved to the Pittsburgh area. They have one daughter and a son-in-law who live in Lititz, Pennsylvania.