AT32. School and College-based Alumni Engagement with Caitlin Johnson Alumni Trending Podcast

  1. AT32. School and College-based Alumni Engagement with Caitlin Johnson
  2. AT31. Data and Customization in 2021 with Jennifer Heisey
  3. AT30. What did you learn in 2020 with Mike Worley
  4. AT29. Alumni Engagement through Podcasting
  • AT32. School and College-based Alumni Engagement with Caitlin Johnson
    On this episode, I visit with Caitlin Johnson, Director of Alumni Engagement at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business. Trendlines include: building a college-based engagement program; college-based affiliate groups; and engagement through COVID.
  • AT31. Data and Customization in 2021 with Jennifer Heisey
    On this episode, I visit with Jennifer Heisey, Chief Alumni Relations Officer for the University of Cincinnati and we discuss data and customization for richer alumni engagement. Trendlines include: learnings from 2020; optimism for 2021; and her plan to leverage data to customize alumni engagement. Jennifer Heisey is the executive director of UCAA and vice president of alumni relations for the University of Cincinnati Foundation. Before Cincinnati, Heisey served as associate vice president for alumni relations and annual giving as well as the executive director of the alumni association at the University of Louisville. Prior to that, she led alumni affairs efforts for SUNY College at Buffalo. She has more than 21 years of experience serving higher education institutions where she developed exemplary leadership, advancement, and relationship building skills.
  • AT30. What did you learn in 2020 with Mike Worley
    A conversation with the Vice President for Advancement at Lander University (SC), Mike Worley, about learnings from 2020 and the state of higher education advancement. Trend lines: – learnings from 2020; – looking forward to 2021; and – launching a campaign in 2021.
  • AT29. Alumni Engagement through Podcasting
    A conversation with William Corbin, Vice President of Revenue and Brand Partnerships for Sound that Brands. Trend lines include: Engagement through podcasting; telling your brands story; and revenue generation.
  • AT28. Digital Engagement, Podcasting, and Conversations about Race with Viannca Velez
    Today, I talk with Viancca Velez, Director of Alumni Communication and Digital Engagement at Seton Hall University. Our trend lines include: – ramping up digital engagement, – podcasting, and – conversations about racial equality.
  • AT27. Examining How Alumni Make Sense of Their Relationships with their Alma Maters with Dr. Kevin Fleming
    Today, I talk with Dr. Kevin Fleming, Co-Founder and CEO of Prosper, a consulting firm that provides guidance to nonprofit organizations to transform their engagement and philanthropic programs, specializing in fundraising practice, Board management, volunteer programs, event planning, and communications. Today’s trend lines include: – student experience is the strongest indicator of alumni involvement, – pots of water framework for alumni engagement, and – trends in higher education.
  • AT26. Advancement through the eyes of a new professional, CASE resident Alisha Hartley
    Today, I talk with Alisha Hartley, CASE resident and Assistant Director of Leadership Giving at Penn State. Today’s trend lines include: – perspective of a new professional, – self-care and grace, – CASE residency program, and – development in Covid times.
  • AT25. Leadership in Challenging Times with Mo Cotton Kelly
    Today, I talk with Mo Cotton Kelly, the Vice President for Alumni Relations and Communications at the UConn Foundation Today’s trend lines include: – COVID-19 engagement, – UConn’s advancement model, and – Leadership in Challenging Times.
  • AT24. Diversity, Equity and Inclusion with Dr. Anthony McAdoo
    What’s Up Trendsetters! Today, I talk with Dr. Anthony McAdoo, the Executive Director of the WKU Alumni Association. Today’s trend lines include: – COVID-19 innovation, – the new WKU Alumni diversity, equity and inclusion council, and – his advice to new professionals

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