Adam Stoffel has resigned his position within the Business Intelligence Team. Adam has been a member of the team for almost four years. During this time, Adam has been a key team member in the design and development of some strategic projects, such as campaign reporting, idea management, and the new dashboards. We thank him for his many contributions over the last four years. He has worked closely with many of you and built excellent partnerships. We will miss his knowledge and analytics in the Development Office. Adam’s last day will be Friday, January 29. Please join me in wishing him well in his new adventures.
It is with excitement for Jim Cunningham that I share with you his acceptance of a new position in the Mendoza College of Business. Jim will now work for the Graduate Business Career Services office as the new Assistant Director, Corporate Recruiting. In this position he will will focus on developing and executing strategies to enhance corporate relationships. He will work with the broader Mendoza team to create strategies and tactics to help companies work with Notre Dame and access talent.
Jim has been a member of the AG&SM team for nearly two years. During his time he has lead the annual giving fundraising efforts for Graduate Business Programs. He has taken great care of benefactors who support the Graduate Business Programs and members of the John Cardinal O’Hara Society. He has overseen the class gifts for each of the classes and ensured top participation rates from each of them. Jim has been a great asset to the team serving the Graduate Business Programs with great passion and professionalism.
Please join me in congratulating Jim on his position.
In Notre Dame,
Director, Notre Dame Funds
Please join us at Grace Hall 11th floor on Thursday, January 14th at 3pm to bid farewell to our dear colleague, Gerry Brown.
This past October, more than 500 former members of the Notre Dame Glee Club returned to campus to celebrate their 100th Anniversary. We produced a story about the event.
One of the cool things included in this story is seeing and hearing more than 500 members of the Glee Club at the Morris Performing Arts Center singing the Alma Mater and Victory March.
We now have more than 300 videos about Notre Dame categorized on the ND Development YouTube Channel. There are stories, interviews, songs, etc., that you can use to engage your donors and prospects.
This is a great resource — please use it!!!
Please join us for the 2016 Scott Malpass Endowment Update Teleconference on February 16 at 1:30 EST. This private, invite only event for Notre Dame’s charitable remainder trust donors and beneficiaries will include Scott’s remarks on the Notre Dame Endowment followed by a Question & Answer session.
Conference rooms have been reserved in Grace Hall 1000 and the Family Room at Eddy Street for your convenience. If you plan to join remotely, please contact Laura Snell for dial-in instructions.
We are pleased to announce that David Chaudoir has been promoted to Storytelling Program Director for our Storytelling & Engagement Team — effective January 1, 2016.
David’s efforts in crafting custom proposals over the past three years has played a significant role in the generation of hundreds of millions of dollars for the University. His knowledge of how to tell the Notre Dame story and willingness to do whatever it takes to get the job done has earned him this promotion.
Please be sure to stop by and congratulate David!
Regional Development welcomed Brigette Kinney to the team on Monday, January 4, 2016. Brigette, who will be supporting Jared Mrozinske in the West Region, comes to us most recently from the South Bend Medical Foundation. An IUSB grad, Brigette was formerly employed by the College Football Hall of Fame. A team player for three years, she wore a variety of hats: ticket manager, retail sales manager, special events planner, and guest services associate to name a few! Her talents are many and her enthusiasm for our mission abounds. Please join me in welcoming Brigette to the Notre Dame family.
Consistent with the university’s mission, University Relations promotes the holistic growth of employees. The “people growth” mental model views the whole person, centers on employee ownership and manager partnership, and integrates wellness, professional development, and workplace culture.
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Resources and Tools
People Growth Infographic
Training Calendar (UR, HR, OIT)
HR Learning Programs
Skillport (Online learning channel)
Learning Networks (CASE, EAB, etc.)