SCOTT E. BOVA, CFRE
Scott E. Bova, CFRE currently serves as the President of the Triangle Education Foundation. Scott joined the Triangle Foundation staff in June 2000. As President, Bova is responsible for the daily operations of the Foundation and all avenues of income.
Scott E. Bova, CFRE | President
Previously, Bova served as the Chief Operating Officer of the Phi Kappa Theta National Foundation, where he joined staff in 1995 as the Director of Alumni Affairs and Development and was elevated to the position of COO in January 1997. At Phi Kappa Theta he was responsible for all alumni relations, donor cultivation, and solicitation for the Foundation. In addition, he served as Managing Editor of Phi Kappa Theta's national magazine, The TEMPLE, and coordinated all volunteer activities, including selection and training.
Bova received a Bachelors degree in Sports Marketing and Media Relations from Ohio University. During his tenure at Ohio, he was employed by the Vice President for Administration, and was involved primarily in the development, planning, funding and construction of the new 24 million dollar student recreation facility. Following his graduation Bova went on to work for the Detroit Lions in their Marketing Department.
Currently residing in Carmel, Indiana, Bova is active in the Indianapolis community. He is a a current member of the Indiana Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, is President of the Board of Options in Education Charter High School and Vice President of the Phi Kappa Theta Education Foundation, in addition, he has volunteered for the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championships, Big Ten Basketball Championships, Indy Reads Adult Literacy Program and various other special projects. Bova is currently an Indiana State licensed football and basketball referee and baseball umpire and spends his spring and summer umpiring competitive high school and college baseball throughout the state.
He is a past chair of The NIC Foundations Seminar, Operations Chair for Indiana Fund Raising Day and currently Co-Chair of the Indiana Philanthropy Awards Dinner and Chair of the AFP Chapter Marketing Committee. He has presented for several groups and seminars on alumni relations, volunteer management, board operations, and basic fund raising. He earned his Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) designation in the fall of 2002.