Bryce Krug is Director of Development for Washington University’s James McKelvey School of Engineering. As Director of Development, Bryce works as a major gift fundraiser for the school in St. Louis, Chicago, and other major cities. He also manages a fundraising team and is the liaison to the Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering Department.

Prior to joining WashU, he served as Vice President of Institutional Advancement at Eden Theological Seminary where he led an advancement team that oversaw major gift fundraising, annual fund programs, and constituent relations. He previously served as the lead development officer for the Webster University College of Arts & Sciences. Bryce started at Webster University as a development officer in the foundations and grants office where he managed University-wide government and foundation grant efforts.

Bryce holds a BA in Russian language from the University of Wyoming and an MA in International Relations from Webster University. He serves as president of the board of directors of the Missouri Rugby Football Union, is a trustee of the St. Louis Hornets Rugby Club, and on the board of the non-profit group Hatebreakers. Bryce lives in Kirkwood with his wife Christine and two teenage daughters.