West Liberty University Development Director Angela Zambito-Hill has been accredited a fundraising executive by Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) International and now joins an elite group of six other CFREs in the Mountain State.Angela Zambito Hill sized

In order to achieve certification, candidates must submit application and pass a rigorous written examination. The application works on a point system broken down into four categories: education, professional practice, professional performance and service. CFREs also have agreed to uphold Accountability Standards and the Donor Bill of Rights.

CFRE International offers the only recognized baseline credential for philanthropic fundraising executives and supports fundraising professionals to aspire to the highest standards of professional competence and ethical practice in serving the philanthropic sector. The CFRE credential is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies.

Zambito-Hill has worked in the Department of Institutional Advancement at West Liberty University since 2010, beginning her career as development officer, then director of major gifts, and in Fall 2012, development director.

Prior to joining West Liberty, she was director of development for Catholic Charities West Virginia of the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston. Before that, she worked as a marketing researcher for Inclinix, Wilmington, N.C. Early in her professional career, she worked in development at Oglebay Institute, Wheeling.

Zambito-Hill earned Bachelor of Arts degrees in both French and History from Wheeling Jesuit University in 2005. She is on the boards of the Wheeling YWCA and the Sisters of St. Joseph Health and Wellness Foundation. She also is a member of the Oglebay Institute Museum Committee.

A resident of Wheeling, she is a member of the Leadership West Virginia Class of 2013 and was honored as a May 2013 West Virginia State Journal Generation Next 40 Under 40 member. She is married to Wheeling Hospital and EmCare Physician Assistant Chad Hill.