An information session on the new 2016 benefits offerings will take place in the lower level of Grace Hall on Monday, October 5 from 8:30am – 9:30am. All are welcome to attend. If you can’t attend tomorrow’s information session, the link shows other dates and locations: information session.
Please remember to have attendees for the Friday Pep Rally Reception entered in BEAT by Tuesday, October 6 at 5 PM. Also, please remember to have attendees for the Tailgate entered in BEAT by Friday, October 9 at Noon.
***Please note: For all games, if your guests have children 12 and under, you will need to mark this information in BEAT in the notes section for both the Pep Rally Reception and the Tailgate registrations. This information impacts catering counts.
If you have any questions about the Pep Rally Reception, please feel free to contact Teri Vitale at 1-9986 or Heather Moriconi at 1-9784. If you have questions about the game day Tailgate, please contact Jennifer McGuire at 1-3278, Mary Fisher at 312-322-0909, Beth Ferlic at 1-2593, or Sara Kassen at 1-2975.
The Office of Special Events & Stewardship is happy to provide a “Reference Guide” for understanding the organizational structure and responsibilities of this team for the Division of University Relations. This new guide outlines event planning, stewardship, and football guidelines. It can be found within BEAT (Files & Guidelines) as well as in the Special Events & Stewardship Resources folder in the Resources and Applications section of the UR site.
Today marks the last day at Notre Dame for Victoria Trimberger. For the last 6 years she has been a faithful and valued employee assisting development efforts for the Law School. Prior to that Vicki worked for Donor Services for 7 years. While we wish her well in retirement, Vicki’s warmth and genuine concern for her co-workers will be missed. All who worked with her valued her integrity and efforts to do the right thing in all her work.
Cheryl Prentice has resigned her position within the Information Strategy Team. We thank her for her many contributions over the last three years. She has worked closely with many of you and built excellent partnerships and we will miss her dedication and wisdom within the Development Office. Cheryl’s last day will be Friday, October 2. Please join me in wishing her well in her new adventures.
Henry Scroope is a “Men in Kilt” this year, as part of Ronald McDonald House of Michiana’s McDazzle event on October 1st. Money raised through votes cast determines the “King of the Kilt” for 2015. Henry is participating in memory of his son, Henry.
Please be as generous as possible as you vote for the 2015 King of the Kilts. The Ronald McDonald House does fantastic work as it allows families to be close by as their child receives life-saving care. My wife, Maggie, and I know first-hand as we utilized RMH for almost five months while our son, Henry, received treatment.
This week’s Fighting For video showcases the early sepsis detection and targeted treatment work of Professor Paul Bohn and Professor Norman Dovichi as leaders in the field of precision medicine.
UNIVERSITY RELATIONS INVITES YOU TO:
LEARN MORE. Join Professor Norman Dovichi and Professor Paul Bohn this Thursday, October 1 at 12 PM ET to learn more about this important project. During this Question & Answer session via Google Hangout, you will have the opportunity to ask your questions regarding how Notre Dame continues to fight for early detection and targeted treatments of life threatening complications.
SUPPORT EARLY SEPSIS DETECTION AND TARGETED TREATMENT RESEARCH. Your generosity ensures that Professor Norman Dovichi’s and Professor Paul Bohn’s teams at Notre Dame have the resources necessary to continue their research in precision medicine.
INVEST IN OUR LADY’S UNIVERSITY. By giving to the greatest needs throughout the University you ensure that the Notre Dame experience which embodies, faith, spirit and knowledge continues to prepare students to become forces for good in the world.
Thank you for your support of Our Lady’s University and Her mission. It is people like you that make it so easy to be Proud to Be ND!
Director, Annual Giving &
Just a reminder that we have a 2016 benefits offering session tomorrow in the Family Room. For those of you at Grace, we are looking to schedule one there soon. If you can’t attend tomorrow’s information session, the link shows other dates and locations: information session
Rex Martin CMA ’70
invites you to a luncheon
to learn more about the opportunities
offered at Culver Academies.
Meet Head of Schools John and Pam Buxton, current students
and parents, admissions staff and local Culver alumni.
October 12, 2015
The Hilton Garden Inn
53995 Indiana STE 933
South Bend, IN 46637
Please respond by October 9, 2015
by contacting Kevin Kucera at 574.842.8269
Four new positions are now available within the Development team. These positions including the following:
- Associate Director, Prospect Management
- Program Director, Data Integrity
- Analyst, Data Integrity x 2
Brief overviews of the positions are provided below, and additional detail may be found on jobs.nd.edu. In the event you are interested in applying for the positions or have additional questions, please contact Ann Moran.
Associate Director, Prospect Management:
The Associate Director supports the fundraising efforts of the university’s directors of development, primarily the Principal Gifts team, by discovering and researching individuals and organizations with, or who are believed to have, the capacity to make a transformative gift to Notre Dame. Through documenting and analyzing key biographical and financial information, the Associate Director will assess and estimate the overall gift capacity of the individual or organization and provide related information which will assist the director of development in qualifying and developing and appropriate strategy for cultivating the prospect and, ultimately, closing gifts. The Associate Director is responsible for building strong partnerships with the Prospect Management and Principal Gifts teams, working to drive strategy to ultimately produce transformative gifts to Notre Dame. Further, the Associate Director will be responsible for maintaining and growing the development department’s relationships with third-party vendors who will be our primary partners for research on all leadership and principal level prospects, and consistently monitoring the landscape for enhanced products and best practices to help drive philanthropy at Notre Dame.
Program Director, Data Integrity:
The Development Strategic Analytics team is focused on optimizing business decisions through analytics and data strategies. Highly skilled, centralized data management unlocks hidden value that can be used to drive key operational changes and long term strategies. The Program Director will be expected to serve as a subject matter expert in the area of higher education biographical data with the ability to actively advise on opportunities to secure external data that will allow us to deliver more timely predictive data to our field fundraisers and provide strategic oversight in ensuring that biographical data is captured in a way that will allow us to more strategically engage with alumni, parents, and friends. The Director will also plan, implement, and coordinate an aggressive biographical data integrity program that will focus on maintaining accurate constituency data records.
Analyst, Data Integrity:
The Data Integrity Analyst position will utilize information technology systems, methods, and vendors to assist in the development of a data integrity program to maintain the accuracy and quality of data in the Development and Alumni database; identify and implement data quality best practices; work to ensure compliance with established data standards; and conduct data audits to identify bad or missing data.