Skip navigation Jump to main navigation

Spring 2021 Advisory

Find the latest information SPS's plans for the Spring and University resources. Message from the Dean.
Close alert

E. Ramone Segree

Lecturer; Vice President, Development/Chief Development Officer, NYU Winthrop Hospital

E. Ramone Segree, Ed.D., a Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE), is a nonprofit executive, fundraiser and strategist. He serves as Interim Executive with the Registry for College and University Presidents and as President of Segree Associates, a philanthropy and strategic management firm he formed in 2002.

He was previously Vice President for Development, Chief Development Officer and Senior Director, Development, Alumni Affairs and Education for NYU Langone Health and NYU Langone Hospital – Long Island. He also was Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Foundation Executive Director for LaGuardia Community College/City University of New York, Senior Vice President for Institutional Advancement for Meharry Medical College, Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Foundation Executive Director for Salem State University, and Vice President for Development for Pittsburgh Public Theater. He also served in the U.S. Army Reserves and Pennsylvania National Guard as a medical specialist.

He is a part-time professor for Nonprofit Management at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies. His publications include strategic management, philanthropy, leadership, and alumni affairs, and his research includes community psychology, arts learning, organizational leadership, and the college presidency. He is a frequent presenter, which recently included the history and practice of ethics in philanthropy and voluntarism, and the impact of racial equity and coronavirus on fundraising diversity.

He has served on numerous civic and cultural boards including Rotary Club, YMCA, Leadership Nashville, Rhode Island Philharmonic, and Wang Center for the Performing Arts. He was board chair of the International Association of Fundraising Professionals Foundation for Philanthropy (AFP), and now serves on its Past Chairs Council and Leadership Society. An Eagle Scout, he is a past executive board member of the Theodore Roosevelt Scout Council and was recently awarded the National Outstanding Eagle Scout Award. He also is a past board officer of the International Tennis Hall of Fame. He holds a Doctor of Education degree in adult learning and organizational leadership from Columbia University, Teachers College, a Master’s degree in community psychology and organizational development from Pennsylvania State University, and a Bachelor’s degree in political science and education from the California University of Pennsylvania. He also was awarded an Honorary Associate Degree from Community College of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.


  • Ed.D., Columbia University
  • M.Ps.Sc., Pennsylvania State University
  • B.A., California University of Pennsylvania