Brodie Remington, executive partner at Bentz Whaley Flessner, has more than 40 years of experience in advancement, including service spanning 25 years as the chief advancement officer at four institutions: the University of Oregon, Trinity College (CT), the University of Maryland, and Stevens Institute of Technology. His career started at the University of Pennsylvania, where he worked as an annual giving officer, director of corporate and foundation relations, director of major gifts, and director of the $1 billion Campaign for Penn.
During his career, Remington oversaw the planning and execution of five campaigns, each surpassing its goal and securing a collective total exceeding $3 billion. He has also played a pivotal role in institutional strategic planning, marketing and communications, board development, alumni relations, and budget management. At Maryland, he established the University of Maryland College Park Foundation and oversaw gift accounting and endowment.
Brodie has provided consulting services to a variety of institutions including the University of Exeter, the University of Sydney, and Humanim, a human services organization. He has spoken before professional groups and organizations and served on the boards of the Hoboken Historical Museum, the Oregon Bach Festival, and the Cheshire Foundation.
Remington resides in Washington, DC, and volunteers time to a number of community organizations. He earned a BA from the University of Rochester and a MA from the University of Pennsylvania.