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Contact Institutional Advancement

Phone Numbers
603-777-4382 (Fax)
Street Address
Nathaniel Gilman House
46 Front Street
Exeter NH 03833-2460
Mailing Address
Phillips Exeter Academy
Office of Institutional Advancement
20 Main Street
Exeter, NH 03833-2460
Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (EST)

Federal Tax ID No: 02-0222174

Meet the Team

Associate director of the Exeter fund Meredith LaPierre

Growing up around boarding school campuses in Avon, Connecticut, taught me the values of community, tradition and educational excellence. Coming to Exeter immediately felt like home, and I am honored to help advance the mission of the Academy through my role in Institutional Advancement.

Christy Bradley

I joined the Exeter community in 2017, and after working in a few different roles on campus, I became a part of the Exeter Fund team in the fall of 2018. After a short time on campus, it was evident to me what a special, unique experience PEA provides its students. I am thrilled to be a part of Institutional Advancement and excited to connect with Exeter alums and hear about their time at PEA. 

Holly LovvikPrimary tabs

Having lived in the Greater Exeter community for more than 13 years, it was a pleasure to find the opportunity to join Phillips Exeter Academy as regional director of major gifts in the spring of 2017. My diverse background ranges from business development in high tech to executive recruitment in retail to travel consultant, and in many ways, it has all prepared me well for this next work chapter.

Dolly Jo McPherson

Born and raised in Presque Isle, Maine, among the “tater” fields of Aroostook County, my childhood revolved around family, school, athletics, tap, ballet and piano lessons and endless hours of jumping on our trampoline. Life was grand! I always enjoyed learning and was very happy to be able to attend college at the alma mater of my father and four older siblings. A family tradition, so to say. Three months after graduation, I was hired at my old high school as the Computer Aide, where I monitored a room of 50 IBM machines and helped students with any issues they encountered.

Jeanne Moser

Jeanne Moser

Executive Assistant to the Director of Institutional Advancement
Jennifer Norton

I have lived in New Hampshire all my life and currently live in the Seacoast area. I began my career at the Academy in the summer of 1996 when I joined the Office of Planned Giving. In my current position, I am responsible for training and support for all software applications and technology to help advance the mission of Institutional Advancement.

I volunteer in my children’s schools and with Pease Greeters.


Recipient of the Blair Brown and Borden Brown Staff Excellence Award.

The Phillips Exeter Academy seal

Following a 15-year career as a financial adviser to corporate executives in Saratoga, New York, I aspired to return to a small-town academic community — as I had experienced as the son of a lifelong college administrator. Combining that desire with experience in estate, tax and investment planning landed me at Colgate University’s Office of Planned Giving in 2008, and exposed me to the rewarding world of nonprofit fundraising. As a Northfield Mount Hermon graduate, I had developed an appreciation for the value of a boarding school education. When the opportunity to join Exet