Teresa currently oversees marketing, communication and engagement globally for Compass Group at Google, including strategic communications, brand strategy, regional field marketing, digital strategy, creative services, internal communications, crisis communications.
Previously, she worked at the University of Washington in two capacities. As senior director for engagement and communication for UW Medicine Advancement, she led two teams focused on engaging and inspiring donors, patients, government policymakers, media, and students/staff through strategic brand development and special events. Prior to this, as director for campaign communications at the UW, she led the development and implementation of the strategy to publicly launch the university’s most recent philanthropic campaign, which closed at $6 billion.
While at the UW, Teresa also served as a board chair for the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), an international educational advocacy and professional development nonprofit organization. During her tenure with CASE, Teresa represented Pacific Northwest and Canadian institutions during a significant transitional period in which CASE reimagined its governance structure and future global growth strategy.
Teresa’s previous roles include director of marketing and communication at the Washington State University (WSU) Foundation, where she helped launch a $1 billion philanthropic campaign. She has also instructed college courses in communication and journalism at the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at WSU and the Community Colleges of Spokane.
Teresa has a bachelor’s degree from Whitworth University and a master’s from WSU. Outside of work, she enjoys teaching group fitness classes and hiking with her husband and their spirited Havanese, Budo.
The search advisory committee and President Scott Green are pleased to announce that Teresa Koeppel has been selected to interview for the position of Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Director, Communications.
The open session was held on Monday, Aug. 31, 2020 online via Zoom. The recorded session and online feedback form is posted below and will be available until 5 p.m. Pacific time, Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2020. The President invites feedback on the finalist through the online feedback form.