Lynn Boulger

Dean of Institutional Advancement


Lynn Boulger looks… abnormal. Have you ever seen a perfectly symmetrical face? Because she has one. She looks flawless. Not necessarily beautiful, but without blemish. As if photoshopped. She wears a practiced smile and women’s suits.

Basic Info:

Gender: Female
Age: 40
Height: 5’6"
Build: Average
Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Brown

Hometown: Portland, Oregon
Occupation: Dean of Student Life
Residence: The Turrets
Languages Spoken: English. Spanish.

Supernatural Type: Garou (Glass Walker)

Theme Songs:

Everything In Its Right Place – Radiohead

More to come….


Lynn Boulger lives on campus in the Turrets, and is most frequently found in her office.


Lynn Boulger is proud to serve as Klamath College’s premiere dean of institutional advancement. In this role, Boulger provides leadership in the planning, implementation and administration of Klamath College’s comprehensive fund raising, annual fund and parent relations programs and initiatives. She serves on the College’s executive leadership team and leads KC’s institutional advancement staff.

Boulger has more than 30 years of experience in higher education. Prior to joining Meredith College, Boulger served as associate vice chancellor of institutional advancement at Oregon Institute of Technology. Among her most recent accomplishments, Boulger led efforts to grow membership in OIT’s Alumni Association from 4,000 to more than 22,000 and helped the Alumni Association raise $22 million to build the Dorothy and Roy Park Alumni Center.

Boulger holds undergraduate and master’s degrees and an Ed.D. from Whitworth University.


I love KC’s development philosophy. We believe in participation over amount – a gift of any size matters. Also we don’t ask people for a major gift until it’s the right time, the right gift, and the right amount. We work with people who care about the College as a whole – or a certain faculty member, or the campus, or a particular program, a group of say, international students, or the island in general. We learn their interests and, over time, we find the right project for them to invest in. We aim for the gift that they will find most meaningful. We view giving as a very personal relationship.

So what can you give to Klamath College?

With gratitude and hope,

Lynn Boulger
Dean of Institutional Advancement


Not. Human.

Lynn Boulger

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