AT36. Engaging Diverse Alumni with Oregon's A. Philanda Moore Alumni Trending Podcast

  1. AT36. Engaging Diverse Alumni with Oregon's A. Philanda Moore
  2. AT35. Disruption in Alumni Engagement with Missouri's Todd McCubbin
  3. AT34. The NDSU Integrated Model and the Power of Service to CASE
  4. AT33. Digital Engagement Strategy with Finalsite Co-founder Rob DiMartino
  • AT36. Engaging Diverse Alumni with Oregon’s A. Philanda Moore
    On this episode of Alumni Trending, we dive into engaging diverse alumni with the University of Oregon’s, A. Philanda Moore. Trend lines include: Aspen Leadership Diversity initiative, importance of data collection and utilization, engaging diverse alumni, and a little bit about HBCU marching bands!
  • AT35. Disruption in Alumni Engagement with Missouri’s Todd McCubbin
    On this episode of Alumni Trending, we talk with Todd McCubbin, Executive Director of the Mizzou Alumni Association. Trendlines include: learnings from Covid-19; building a diversity, equity, and inclusion infrastructure; and disruption in Alumni Engagement.
  • AT34. The NDSU Integrated Model and the Power of Service to CASE
    On this episode, I talk with Sara Wald, Senior Director of Development with the NDSU Foundation: Today’s trend lines include: – her career journey, – support of colleagues through COVID -19, – and a little NDSU Bison sports talk. Bio Sara Wald has worked in higher education advancement for 19 years at North Dakota State University. Passion for keeping alumni and students connected has driven Sara’s career. She has seen how connecting people creates synergy in alumni, donors, faculty, and students. She has been active in CASE District VI for her entire career and currently serves on the Cabinet for the district.
  • AT33. Digital Engagement Strategy with Finalsite Co-founder Rob DiMartino
    What’s Up Trendsetters! Today, I talk with Rob DiMartino, Co-founder and Chief Evangelist at Finalsite: Today’s trend lines include: – the entrepreneurial journey, – key elements of an engagement strategy, – UConn sports, and – life and leadership lessons learned from Dee Rowe. Bio Rob DiMartino, Co-Founder and Chief Evangelist at Finalsite, has presented globally on effective use of strategic web communications for independent schools. Rob brings 25 years of experience working with the internet in the education arena. For the past two decades, Rob has been a thought leader at Finalsite guiding their way through web strategy, marketing, communications, data integration and most importantly digital engagement. Rob brings experience, trends, and real world “takeaways” to audiences about maximizing technology to increase efficiencies in the independent school environment. Prior to Finalsite, Rob led innovative efforts in digital engagement for Athletics and Alumni Relations at his alma mater, The University of Connecticut. Rob resides in Connecticut with his wife, Liza and their four children, Skylar, Jackson, Tristan, and Lucas.
  • 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.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s