I am excited to report that Shelby Carroll will assume the role of Director of the Cavanaugh Council and President’s Circle Program effective July 1, 2018. As Assistant Director and then Associate Director for the past four years, Shelby has demonstrated outstanding leadership, collaboration and a deep commitment to our membership and Notre Dame. In her new role, she will lead the Cavanaugh Council and President’s Circle team of Suzanne DeGuilio and Nick Shelton and oversee all aspects of the program as we work towards our new Boldly goal of raising $25M by 2020. Please join me in congratulating Shelby!
I’m pleased to announce Katie Engel as the newest member of the Prospect Management team. Katie will serve as a Prospect Research Analyst helping the Prospect Management team provide strategic insights into current prospects and future benefactors. In this role, Katie will also help the Prospect Management team track key business and fundraising trends, and provide timely updates to our consultants and fundraisers.
Katie has a B.A. in English from Pepperdine University where she ran Cross Country and Track. More recently she earned her master’s degree in Science, Technology, and Public Policy from the Rochester Institute of Technology. While at RIT Katie also worked in the Assessment, Technology, and Communications office in the Division of Student Affairs.
Katie’s first day will be July 9th. Please join me in welcoming her to the Notre Dame family!
Yours in Notre Dame,
Storytelling and Engagement has an open position for an Assistant Director, Digital Content. If you are interested in exploring this position please visit http://jobs.nd.edu/postings/13228 and/or contact Jim Small.
Please join me in welcoming Salonee Seecharan as a member of the Data and Financial Management Team. Salonee is from Queens, New York, born in Trinidad and Tobago. A recent graduate, she studied sociology during her undergraduate years at Notre Dame.
Last year Salonee was one of the inaugural members of the Development Internship program. Most recently, as an undergraduate intern, she worked with Shelby Carroll on the evolution of the Cavanaugh Council directory by turning it into a digital version.
Salonee joins the team this week as an innovative projects coordinator.
I am happy to announce that Brandon Tabor has accepted the position of Director, Operations and Technology in annual giving, where he will lead a talented team responsible for driving unrestricted and giving society revenue and new donors to Notre Dame through the implementation of effective processes, segmentation and emerging technology.
Brandon joined Notre Dame in December 2012 as a member of the Storytelling & Engagement team, first as a Graphic Designer and most recently as Associate Director. His creative leadership, strong work ethic and can-do attitude have had a positive impact on much of what we do across the entire division. We could not be more thrilled to welcome him to the annual giving team. Please join me in congratulating Brandon!
The position of Graphic Designer in Storytelling & Engagement will be posted shortly. If you are interested in this position or know of an outstanding candidate, please reach out to Brandon Tabor or Jim Small.
Congratulations to Kennedy St. Charles for faithfully completing her two-year term as a participant in the university-wide Staff Fellows program. We are thankful for her rotational contributions to Storytelling, Special Events and Stewardship, Alumni Association, ND Trail, Campaign Administration, and Learning and Organizational Development. Kennedy’s final day in the office is Friday June 29.
We wish her the best in her next chapter: a fast-track MBA program in the Freeman School of Business at Tulane University.
Well done, Kennedy! You are forever a member of the Notre Dame/University Relations family.
Alumni Associate has an open position for a Faith ND Editor. If you are interested in exploring this position please visit http://jobs.nd.edu/postings/13212 and/or contact Dan Allen
Please join Donor Services in welcoming Colleen Bailey to the team as our Financial Analyst! Colleen, a 2013 UND grad, is excited to come back to campus after spending five years in the Detroit area with PricewaterhouseCoopers and Holy Cross Services. Welcome Colleen!
Annual Giving has an open position for an Associate Director, Development. If you are interested in exploring this position please visit http://jobs.nd.edu/postings/11523 and/or contact Ashley Gerard.