Notre Dame Day 2023 Announcement
Below is a Notre Dame Day announcement we released on giving.nd.edu this week. Feel free to share with anyone interested. As always, thank you for your work bolstering this one-of-a-kind fundraising and engagement event.
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Giving opens April 1st at notredameday.nd.edu.
Welcome Emily Naff to Regional Development Administration!
Please help us welcome Emily Naff to Regional Development as a Development Coordinator (DC). Emily’s first day will be Monday, March 27th.
Emily is no stranger to Notre Dame! She comes to us from the Main Building where she has worked for the past year as a Marketing and Design Specialist for our Marketing Department. Prior to that, she was in Grace Hall working as a People Services Associate in our Human Resources Department. Before joining the Notre Dame family in 2020, Emily held HR and Marketing positions at Talent Source in Mishawaka and Mahoney Family Dentistry in South Bend.
Emily received her BS in Marketing from Indiana University South Bend.
Emily’s experience, skillset, and commitment to the mission of Our Lady’s University will no doubt help advance our team’s work and culture. Development is lucky to have her!
Please consider reaching out to Emily at email@example.com to introduce yourself.
Welcome to Development, Emily!
Welcome Koby Keck to Gift Planning Administration!
Koby brings a wealth of institutional knowledge from his time working with the Center for Sustainable Energy since 2017 in which he worked as an Administrative Coordinator. He is also on the Board of Directors of New Carlisle Hometown Days. Koby previously owned and operated the New Carlisle Gazette.
Koby received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Notre Dame with a major in Political Science.
Please join us in welcoming Koby!
Loyal Daughters and Sons: Celebrating 50 Years of Female Progress
On behalf of the Hesburgh Women of Impact program, please join the Student Government Department of Gender Relations – Title IX and Women’s Initiatives in a panel-led discussion on female progress and co-education at Notre Dame, featuring UR’s own Indi Jackson!.
Panelists include Mary Bliley (first female undergraduate – ’72), Katie Conboy (President of St. Mary’s), Carolyn Woo (first female dean of Mendoza College of Business), Indi Jackson (former ND student-athlete and current Regional Director of Development), and Kathleen Sprows Cummings (professor of American Studies).
We are excited to host this conversation as our community continues celebrating the 50th academic year of co-education at Notre Dame. All are welcome, and the first 50 attendees will receive free t-shirts designed to resemble the previously distributed 1972 hats. We look forward to seeing you in Jordan Auditorium (Mendoza College of Business) on Monday, March 27th, from 6:00-7:15 pm.
Changes for Mary Flynt & the LOD Team
In full support of our trusted colleague Mary Flynt, I inform you of her decision:
“After careful thought and consideration, I’ve decided to step back from work to focus on our family during this current season of life. I’ve been inspired, encouraged, supported, and loved by the UR team since even before I joined it, so this departure is bittersweet in many ways. My last day isn’t for a few months yet so I’m confident there will be many more memories made, people to onboard, and opportunities to connect before I depart.”
Mary will continue her model service to our mission until July 1.
Please join me in celebrating her in the coming months.
True to above-and-beyond form, Mary’s thoughtful notice propels effective continuation of her impact.
Also, I am pleased to share that Sara Liebscher, Brian Diss, and I have been collaborating to expand the capacity and influence of the Learning and Organizational Development (LOD) team. Stay tuned for additional news and postings in the coming weeks.
For Notre Dame,
UR Walks – Mar. 23 at Noon (ESC Lobby)
Hello UR Team! If you are interested in joining us for our next UR Walks, please fill out this form. We will meet at the ESC Lobby at noon. Sara Liebscher will be leading the walk. As there may be some non-pavement, trail walking, we advise that appropriate footwear be considered. Signing up also helps us to contact those who are interested just in case we need to cancel at the last minute due to inclement weather. We look forward to catching up with you while getting in our steps. Happy trails!
Welcome Beth Lindauer to Central Region!
The Central Region is excited to announce that Beth Lindauer will join the team as a Regional Director beginning today, Monday, March 20th. Beth grew up in Colorado but lived in Louisville, Kentucky, for 13 years where she taught in the Oldham County Schools. She and her husband, Chris, moved to the area this past year when Chris was named the Karl Peterson Head Swimming and Diving Coach here at Notre Dame. Beth and Chris have quickly fallen in love with Notre Dame and the Michiana area. Inspired by the talent and optimism of the Notre Dame family as well as Notre Dame’s mission to be a force for good in the world, she looks forward to working alongside her new colleagues and benefactors to serve the world and create opportunities for others.
Beth and Chris have three sons: Jack (13), Owen (10), and Brady (8). The family enjoys travel, the outdoors, and playing / watching sports (swimming for dad, of course, and baseball, basketball, and hockey for the boys). Beth likes to read and has competed in several marathons and half marathons.
Welcome, Beth Lindauer!
– Jason Scarlett
Stewardship & Donor Relations Welcomes Michael Infantine
I’m delighted to announce that Michael Infantine will join the Stewardship & Donor Relations team. As the Assistant Director for University Stewardship Initiatives, Michael will have responsibility for stewarding benefactors who support Athletics and Student Affairs priorities. He will manage impact reporting and individualized and strategic stewardship efforts in these divisions and assist with programs that further enhance financial aid stewardship.
A Double Domer, Michael brings a deep understanding of these important areas of student life and excellent project management skills to this role. In his most recent position as the Print Media Coordinator for Notre Dame Student Media, he manages the production of Scholastic, The Juggler, and The Dome. Prior to returning to Notre Dame in 2021, Michael worked at Boston College in the Center for Digital Innovation in Learning and at the Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies. Michael majored in PLS as an ND undergraduate, taught high school theology through the Notre Dame ECHO program, and holds a Master of Arts in Theology from Notre Dame and a Master of Theological Studies from Boston College.
The Stewardship & Donor Relations Team will welcome Michael on March 29th.
Annual Giving Spring Renewal Mailing #2
The second spring renewal mailing (renew #2) is dropping in mailboxes starting Thursday, March 16 to all our unrestricted and giving society benefactors. As a reminder, this mailing is sent to all assigned and unassigned benefactors whose annual giving is less than $25,000, asking them to renew their previous calendar year gift by their respective fund owner. This mailing is being sent to over 8,400 households and will be followed by email reminders in the weeks to come. If you have any questions regarding our renewal strategy, please reach out to the appropriate fund (Sorin, Rockne, Law, etc.) owner on the annual giving team and they can assist.
Annual Giving Team