Dan Socolofsky Named Director of Development
4/6/2018 3:30:32 p.m. - Hobbs, NM.
New Mexico Junior College has named Dan Socolofsky as Director of Development for the NMJC Foundation. Socolofsky is a prominent financial consultant in Hobbs.
“Dan is a great choice for this new position within the Foundation,” said Dr. Kelvin Sharp, President of the college. “His management and communications skills are highly respected in Lea County, and his expertise in financial management, estate planning, and non-profit consulting will be a huge asset to the NMJC Foundation and its growth.”
Socolofsky is a certified public accountant who has been a financial consultant for almost 20 years in Hobbs, working with individuals, small businesses, and non-profits in all aspects of finance, insurance, and employee benefits. Previously he was Executive Director of J.F Maddox Foundation for 10 years.
As Director of Development, he will lead and manage the fundraising and developments efforts of NMJC and its Foundation, through individual donors, alumni, foundations, corporations, and friends of New Mexico Junior College. He will also represent the college at various community events in the area.
“I have long admired the work of New Mexico Junior College and its impact on Lea County,” said Socolofsky. “I am honored to help the Foundation grow, to give more students the chance to go to college and become successful.”
Socolofsky attended New Mexico State University where he received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting and Management. He attended SMU’s Cox School of Management for an intensive program of “Management of Managers”, and Northwestern University’s National Graduate Trust School for the American Institute of Banking. He has been a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the New Mexico Society of Certified Public Accountants, and has served on the boards of various non-profits including Manna Outreach, Leaders Industries of Lea County, NMSU Foundation and Rotary Club of Hobbs. He also served on the NMJC Foundation for several years.
For more information: Susan Fine, email@example.com or 575-492-2781.