Prior joining the Newtown Country Day School as their director of the annual fund in September of 2015, Jaime spent over two years at Babson revamping their athletics fundraising operation. Mulligan began her career at Boston College, beginning as an intern. She later served as Boston College’s Athletics Development Assistant, as well as an assistant director and an associate director for the school’s annual fund. She spent her final year and a half there as the Associate Director of BC’s Capital Giving program.
Although the majority of her professional career before Babson was spent at the Division I level, Mulligan’s roots lie in Division III. The Westfield, Massachusetts, native was a four-year member of the women’s volleyball program at Springfield College, from which she earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology and her Master’s in Physical Education and Athletic Administration. While attending graduate school, Mulligan served as an assistant coach for the Pride’s volleyball program as well as a graduate associate in the athletics department.
A member of the National Association of Athletic Development Directors (NAADD), Mulligan was a recipient of the Springfield Young Alumna Award in October 2012 in recognition of professional excellence and outstanding service.