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  • Kobler named vice chancellor at IPFW | CASE District V - Council for Advancement and Support of Education District V
    February 6 2014 by Mark Engebretson Wendy Kobler Wendy Kobler has been appointed vice chancellor for advancement at Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne IPFW In this role Kobler will serve as the chief fundraising officer while overseeing primary development marketing and alumni relations for the campus Kobler has served Alabama A M University in Huntsville for nearly four years as the vice president of marketing communication and advancement working as a member of the President s Executive Cabinet and a key advisor to the Board of Trustees Wendy is an experienced professional whose leadership in building relationships with key constituencies will help our team move IPFW forward as we move to an integrated advancement model said Chancellor Vicky Carwein Wendy will advance our mission by enhancing our relationships in proactive ways that build a consistent vision of our university brand and leading a plan to significantly increase private corporate and foundation giving to IPFW Kobler brings an extensive background in marketing and development having worked in the government and commercial sectors Kobler was the marketing and public relations manager for Fiscal Systems Software Technology and also the lead conference organizer for the U S Army Space and Missile Defense Conference In addition she spearheaded her own business Kobler Communications managing innovative solutions and problem solving techniques in product and organizational service marketing In 2010 Kobler joined Alabama A M University During her time as vice president of marketing communications and advancement she led the development of a tactical plan to create a donor base connect to distinguished alumni and enhance fundraising capabilities to support the university s strategic goals I look forward to serving IPFW in a role that presents the opportunity to forge meaningful partnerships with the alumni donors and friends of the university who play key roles

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  • Sauer, Sluis named VP’s at North Central College | CASE District V - Council for Advancement and Support of Education District V
    to Review Judges 2014 Winning Entries Student Scholarship Program Newcomer s Fellowship Awards Services Programs CASE Indiana CASE Indiana Conference Submit a Session Proposal Programming Committee Affiliated Student Advancement Programs Career Mentoring CASE Internships and Fellowships Committee on Opportunity and Inclusion CASE District V Venture Fund 2015 Venture Fund Awards Venture Fund Recipient Final Report Venture Fund Review Committee Venture Fund Submission Form Home People Sauer Sluis named VP s at North Central College Sauer Sluis named VP s at North Central College Posted January 30 2014 by Mark Engebretson North Central College has named Marty Sauer as vice president for enrollment management and athletics and Kimberly Sluis as vice president for student affairs and dean of students Sauer is the College s dean of admission and financial aid and Sluis is dean of students The promotions were effective Feb 1 the day Laurie Hamen North Central College vice president for enrollment management athletics and student affairs began serving as the ninth president of Mount Mercy University in Cedar Rapids Iowa I am confident that Marty and Kimberly will provide exceptional leadership to their respective areas and on the College s cabinet said Dr Troy D Hammond North Central College President I am very excited to work with them Sauer of Yorkville earned his B A from Augustana College and an M A Ed from Western Illinois University He will be responsible for the College s comprehensive enrollment management vision including planning execution and policy development and will oversee the College s 23 athletic teams and the associated student athlete leadership programs Sluis of Berwyn earned her B A from North Central College in 1999 and an M A from Indiana University In addition to her current responsibilities she will lead the College s persistence program with advisement from the

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  • Gries named director of university, community relations at University of Southern Indiana | CASE District V - Council for Advancement and Support of Education District V
    Services Programs CASE Indiana CASE Indiana Conference Submit a Session Proposal Programming Committee Affiliated Student Advancement Programs Career Mentoring CASE Internships and Fellowships Committee on Opportunity and Inclusion CASE District V Venture Fund 2015 Venture Fund Awards Venture Fund Recipient Final Report Venture Fund Review Committee Venture Fund Submission Form Home People Gries named director of university community relations at University of Southern Indiana Gries named director of university community relations at University of Southern Indiana Posted December 20 2013 by Mark Engebretson Sally Gries Sally Gries 02 has accepted a position in the University of Southern Indiana s University Relations as director of university and community relations The position reports to the vice president for Government and University Relations and works closely with the vice president to coordinate and implement strategies that broaden USI s civic and governmental presence Gries an Evansville native joins USI after five and half years with St Mary s and St Mary s Warrick Hospital Foundations serving as annual giving and grants coordinator Prior to that she served as community relations director for Habitat for Humanity of Evansville Her current community involvement includes the USI Alumni Council where she serves as secretary and volunteering

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  • Kopp chief communicator at Ohio Wesleyan | CASE District V - Council for Advancement and Support of Education District V
    communicator at Ohio Wesleyan Kopp chief communicator at Ohio Wesleyan Posted December 3 2013 by Mark Engebretson Will Kopp Ohio Wesleyan University today announced the appointment of Will Kopp as its chief communications officer In his new role Kopp will lead a team of seven marketing and media professionals and serve as a key adviser to the president senior officers and other university stakeholders Kopp most recently worked as vice president of marketing and communications for Columbus State Community College where he oversaw marketing public relations media relations advertising publications social media and executive and employee communications Prior to joining Columbus State in 2004 Kopp worked as a speechwriter for The Ohio State University and as the manager of corporate marketing and executive communications for Columbus based Battelle Memorial Institute Ohio Wesleyan has many exciting stories to tell and I am confident that Will Kopp will help us to share our messages effectively with a variety of important audiences said President Rock Jones Ph D Will is a seasoned communications expert with an impressive record of success With his guidance we look forward to sharing information about our unique OWU Connection curriculum the value of an Ohio Wesleyan liberal arts education and the life changing impact that our faculty and students make in the global society While at Columbus State Kopp developed a national award winning advertising campaign to increase enrollment created newsletters for high school students and community leaders that earned best in the nation honors from the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations and launched video and social media communication programs that earned national awards for their innovation and impact I am thrilled to be joining one of the nation s premier liberal arts universities Kopp said I ve been impressed with every faculty member staff member

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  • Renner retires after 47 years at Hope College | CASE District V - Council for Advancement and Support of Education District V
    Pride of CASE Award Winners Access Entries to Review Judges 2014 Winning Entries Student Scholarship Program Newcomer s Fellowship Awards Services Programs CASE Indiana CASE Indiana Conference Submit a Session Proposal Programming Committee Affiliated Student Advancement Programs Career Mentoring CASE Internships and Fellowships Committee on Opportunity and Inclusion CASE District V Venture Fund 2015 Venture Fund Awards Venture Fund Recipient Final Report Venture Fund Review Committee Venture Fund Submission Form Home People Renner retires after 47 years at Hope College Renner retires after 47 years at Hope College Posted December 2 2013 by Mark Engebretson Tom Renner Tom Renner associate vice president for public and community relations at Hope College will retire at the end of the calendar year after serving at the college for 47 years Hope College President John C Knapp expressed appreciation for a commitment that may never be equaled not only for its duration but for its quality and extent Hope College has been at the center of the Renner family life for his entire career Knapp said He s been on call 24 hours a day seven days a week disseminating news of Hope s successes and tragedies and telling the Hope story through the lens of his ever present camera with a perspective honed by decades of experience and interactions Five Hope College presidents have relied on Tom for advice in serving the media and two thirds of all Hope alumni have graduated with Tom snapping photos at their commencement His is a tale of loyalty and love for Hope for which we are all deeply grateful A member of the Hope staff since 1967 Renner 68 developed and directs the college s overall program in public and community relations which includes the college s news sports information and media relations programs community programming

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  • Albion appoints Ditzler as president | CASE District V - Council for Advancement and Support of Education District V
    He is passionate about liberal arts education and connecting students learning experiences in the classroom with the wider world His vision intellect and ability to rally campus constituencies around common goals make him an outstanding choice to lead Albion College forward Since becoming Monmouth College s president in 2005 Ditzler has spearheaded initiatives that have emphasized academic excellence resulted in innovations in the curriculum produced positive trends in enrollment management and strengthened the relationship between the college and its home community I have known and respected Albion College for decades Ditzler said but until I first visited our beautiful campus two weeks ago I didn t really understand its special character I discovered an intellectually engaged faculty deeply dedicated to the liberal arts I met a staff whose love for the College translated to an even greater love for its students I saw a host community with remarkable potential And on a Friday evening walk about I encountered students who were confident friendly and actively engaged in learning I knew immediately that this was a College I would love I look forward with joy to beginning our work together Ditzler currently chairs the executive committee of the Associated Colleges of the Midwest a 14 college consortium including Monmouth and he is a member of the Presidents Council for NCAA Division III He is a past chair of the Association of Presbyterian Colleges and Universities Richard Longworth senior fellow of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs included Ditzler with the presidents of Michigan State University and the University of Michigan in a list of eight leaders who are setting the Midwest s agenda for the future Prior to joining Monmouth Ditzler served as dean of the college at Wabash College Ind from 1999 to 2005 where he developed and helped raise

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  • Noah named VP for development at Purdue | CASE District V - Council for Advancement and Support of Education District V
    Indiana CASE Indiana Conference Submit a Session Proposal Programming Committee Affiliated Student Advancement Programs Career Mentoring CASE Internships and Fellowships Committee on Opportunity and Inclusion CASE District V Venture Fund 2015 Venture Fund Awards Venture Fund Recipient Final Report Venture Fund Review Committee Venture Fund Submission Form Home People Noah named VP for development at Purdue Noah named VP for development at Purdue Posted November 2 2013 by Mark Engebretson Amy Noah Amy Noah has been named vice president for development at Purdue University after having served as interim vice president since April 1 Amy s performance in the interim role has validated her readiness for this job She has an extremely successful background in fundraising at Purdue as well as being highly regarded and well respected among our many university stakeholders said Purdue President Mitch Daniels who announced the appointment on Nov 1 Her commitment and dedication to this university make her the ideal choice for this position and I look forward to continuing to work with her on building and strengthening Purdue s fundraising activity A 1994 Purdue graduate Noah has worked at the university in the Development Office for more than 12 years She spent the first 10 years of her development career in the College of Engineering Beginning in September 2011 she served as associate vice president for advancement in the University Development Office As associate vice president she oversaw development efforts in all schools and programs within the colleges of Engineering and Technology as well as Libraries and University Press Discovery Park WBAA University Corporate and Foundation Relations Planned Giving and Purdue s West Coast development initiatives Since becoming interim vice president she has worked in direct partnership with Daniels to lead university wide fundraising efforts I am thrilled to be asked to lead this

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  • Jackson, Bradburn join Ball State University as major gift officers | CASE District V - Council for Advancement and Support of Education District V
    Distinguished Service Award The Pride of CASE V Awards Program 2015 Pride of CASE Award Winners Access Entries to Review Judges 2014 Winning Entries Student Scholarship Program Newcomer s Fellowship Awards Services Programs CASE Indiana CASE Indiana Conference Submit a Session Proposal Programming Committee Affiliated Student Advancement Programs Career Mentoring CASE Internships and Fellowships Committee on Opportunity and Inclusion CASE District V Venture Fund 2015 Venture Fund Awards Venture Fund Recipient Final Report Venture Fund Review Committee Venture Fund Submission Form Home People Jackson Bradburn join Ball State University as major gift officers Jackson Bradburn join Ball State University as major gift officers Posted November 1 2013 by Mark Engebretson Louise Jackson Louise Jackson and Gina Bradburn have joined Ball State University as directors of development Jackson is working with the College of Applied Sciences and Technology as well as the College of Architecture and Planning Bradburn is the director of development for Athletics Jackson has over 10 years of successful fundraising experience in higher education including Manchester University the Indiana Institute of Technology and the University of St Francis She most recently served as CEO of the Women s Bureau in Fort Wayne Jackson received her bachelor s degree in business administration from St Mary of the Woods College her MBA from the University of St Francis and a certificate of fundraising management from the I U School of Philanthropy Bradburn is a Ball State University graduate who majored in journalism and public relations From 1994 to 2006 she served in three different capacities with the American Red Cross of East Central Indiana holding positions as director of financial development and communications director of new business development and from 1999 to 2006 as the executive director Bradburn has additional experience in national sales marketing and client relations while working

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