If you are interested in “Going Green”, getting fit, saving money and having a great time with your co-workers, then please attend a “brown bag” informational meeting on Monday, May 6, at 12:00 PM in the Sorin Room at ESC. If you think that commuting by bicycle isn’t for you, check out these top ten excuses and solutions: http://www.michianabiketowork.org/excuses/index.php If you are interested in joining the UR team but you can’t make the meeting, please contact Jim Reeves (email@example.com)
University Relations Bike to Work Week Captain: Jim Reeves
It is my pleasure to announce that Kristine Alumbaugh has accepted the position of Database Coordinator in Donor Services. Kristine was part of the Donor Services year-end temporary staff this past season. Kristine helped with many year-end tasks such as, data input and scanning. Her strong work ethic was truly an asset to Donor Services. As a Database Coordinator in Alumni Files, Kristine’s responsibilities will include processing updates to Advance from mynotredame, gift processing and various Donor Services project work.
Kristine graduated from Indiana University South Bend with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Graphic Design degree. Prior to coming to Notre Dame Kristine worked as a transcriptionist for the Catholic Diocese of Fort Wayne – South Bend – Tribunal, in Mishawaka. Kristine was born in Okinawa, Japan. Being the daughter of a military father, she lived in several places, which included Okinawa, Japan, California, North Carolina, and Hawaii. Her husband Christopher is the regional manager for Anytime Fitness. Her children, Cameron (10) and Chloe (6), both attend St. Anthony de Padua in South Bend. Kristine loves to travel, learn about different cultures and visit historical places. She also enjoys hiking, camping, biking, and participating in 5K obstacle races.
Please join me in welcoming Kristine to University Relations.
Sue P. Prister, MBA, Assistant Director, Development, Donor Services