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  • Case District III - 2011-2012 Winners
    10 Annual Report Special Merit Award Auburn University Auburn University Samuel Ginn College of Engineering Annual Report Special Merit Award Georgia Tech Research Institute GTRI 2010 Annual Report The Problem Solvers Special Merit Award Piedmont College 2010 President s Report Special Merit Award Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources The University of Georgia Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources Annual Report III Printed Publications 23 Annual Reports II Award of Excellence Elon University Elon University School of Law Annual Report 2011 2012 Special Merit Award University of Tennessee at Martin University of Tennessee at Martin Annual Report 2009 2010 Special Merit Award Campbell University Campbell 2011 University Report III Printed Publications 24 Annual Reports III Grand Award Winner University of Tennessee Knoxville UT Knoxville 2010 Chancellor s Report Award of Excellence Emory University Courageous Inquiry Report to the Community Robert W Woodruff Library Emory University Award of Excellence North Carolina State University Chancellor s Annual Report Award of Excellence Emory University 1836 Society Annual Report Award of Excellence University of Miami 2011 President s Report TENACITY Celebrating a decade of excellence and historic progress Special Merit Award Virginia Commonwealth University VCU Medical Center Annual Report 2010 VCU Creative Services Special Merit Award Virginia Commonwealth University VCU Trauma Center Annual Report VCU Creative Services Special Merit Award Georgia Institute of Technology Georgia Institute of Technology 2011 Annual Report Special Merit Award Old Dominion University Foundations Annual Report Special Merit Award Emory University Candler School of Theology Annual Report III Printed Publications 25 Fundraising Grand Award Winner University of Florida Foundation University of Florida President s Council Membership Package Award of Excellence Washington and Lee University Washington and Lee University Campaign Case Materials Award of Excellence Appalachian State University Marketing collateral and solicitation materials for the Campaign for Appalachian Award of Excellence Emory University MyEmory brochure Award of Excellence Bellarmine University Vision 2020 An Update Special Merit Award Mississippi College Mississippi College Spring Scholarship Banquet Special Merit Award Lipscomb University Lipscomb Next Case Statement Special Merit Award University of South Carolina Moving Image Research Collections Special Merit Award The University of Georgia The Alumni Association Baldwin Statue Appeal Special Merit Award University of Kentucky Fellows Society brochure III Printed Publications 26 Low Budget Publications Grand Award Winner Emory University Meditation Readings Series Office of Religious Life Emory University Award of Excellence Florida State University Florida State University Recruitment brochures Special Merit Award Florida State University Florida State University Recruitment Brochures Special Merit Award Stetson University Franzen Lecture Special Merit Award Flagler College A Crowning Achievement The Campaign for Restoration of the Solarium IV Tabloids Newsletters 27 External Tabloids Newsletters Grand Award Winner Duke Medicine Duke Medicine Connect Award of Excellence College of Charleston Momentum Donor Newsletter Award of Excellence Emory University MARBL newsletter Manuscript Archives Rare Book Library Emory University Award of Excellence Loyola University New Orleans Loyola University New Orleans Neighborhood News Special Merit Award University of Central Florida UCF Today Fall 2011 Special Merit Award Hutchison School Hutchison Headlines IV Tabloids Newsletters 28 Internal Tabloids Newsletters Award of Excellence University of South Carolina Times University of South Carolina Award of Excellence College of Charleston Portico IV Tabloids Newsletters 29 Tabloid Newsletter Publishing Improvement Award of Excellence University of South Carolina Times University of South Carolina V Magazines 30 Alumni Magazines I Grand Award Winner Sweet Briar College Sweet Briar Magazine Award of Excellence Alcorn State University Alcorn State University Magazine Award of Excellence Ringling College of Art and Design Perspectives Magazine Award of Excellence Berry College Berry Magazine Special Merit Award Auburn University Auburn Engineering Fall Winter 2012 Volume 21 Issue 2 Special Merit Award Clemson University College of Business Behavioral Science CBBS The EXCHANGE Magazine Special Merit Award Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources The University of Georgia The Log A Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources Alumni Association Publication V Magazines 31 Alumni Magazines II Grand Award Winner Wake Forest University Wake Forest Magazine Award of Excellence Mississippi College Mississippi College Beacon Magazine Award of Excellence William and Mary Alumni Association The William and Mary Alumni Magazine Special Merit Award Winthrop University Winter 2011 Winthrop Magazine Special Merit Award Emory University Quadrangle Emory University Special Merit Award Elon University The Magazine of Elon Special Merit Award University of Georgia Graduate School UGA Graduate School Magazine Special Merit Award University of Tennessee at Martin University of Tennessee at Martin Campus Scene alumni magazine Summer Fall 2011 V Magazines 32 Alumni Magazines III Grand Award Winner James Madison University Madison Magazine Award of Excellence Duke Magazine Duke University Duke Magazine Award of Excellence Georgia State University GSU Magazine fall 2010 fall 2011 Award of Excellence Austin Peay State University Austin Peay Alumni Magazine Award of Excellence University of South Florida Alumni Voice Special Merit Award University of Florida Foundation Inc UF Today Alumni Magazine Special Merit Award Northern Kentucky University Northern Magazine Special Merit Award Troy University Troy University Magazine Special Merit Award University of Miami Miami magazine University of Miami Special Merit Award College of Charleston College of Charleston Magazine V Magazines 33 Other Magazines Award of Excellence Emory Health Sciences Publications Emory Health Magazine Special Merit Award Stetson University Visual Your Life in Focus Special Merit Award Kenan Flagler Business School The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill R O I Research Insights From UNC Kenan Flagler Special Merit Award University of Tennessee Knoxville Quest Research Scholarship and Creative Activity at the University of Tennessee Knoxville V Magazines 34 Magazine Publishing Improvement Grand Award Winner Wake Forest University Wake Forest Magazine Award of Excellence University of Tampa UT Journal Award of Excellence Stetson University Stetson University Magazine Award of Excellence University of Miami Score University of Miami Frost School of Music Award of Excellence University of Tennessee at Martin University of Tennessee at Martin Campus Scene alumni magazine Special Merit Award Florida Gulf Coast University Pinnacle magazine Special Merit Award Old Dominion University Monarch Magazine Old Dominion University Special Merit Award Millsaps College

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  • Case District III - About District III
    District III Board of Directors 2016 Conference Committee Opportunity and Inclusion Membership Benefits Strategic Plan New Initiatives Fund Search Content Facebook Twitter LinkdedIn Instagram Menu Conference Workshops Annual Conference Schedule at a Glance Keynote Speakers Venue Track Sessions by Date Focused Discussions Preconference Workshops Pricing Conference Registration Volunteer for the Conference 2017 Call for Presentations One Day Workshops Exhibitors Resource Partners Exhibitor Resource Partner Registration Policies Sponsorship Opportunities Advertising Specifications Awards 2016 Award Competition Entry Instructions Enter the Awards Competition By Category Chief Executive Leadership Award Distinguished Leadership Award Past Award Winners 2014 2015 Winners 2013 2014 Winners 2012 2013 Winners 2011 2012 Winners About District III Board of Directors 2016 Conference Committee Opportunity and Inclusion Membership Benefits Strategic Plan New Initiatives Fund About District III Home About District III District Mission CASE District III advances and supports educational and professional institutions in the southeastern United States by enhancing the effectiveness of the alumni relations fund raising communications marketing and other advancement professionals who serve them Core Values CASE District III believes that education improves lives and we therefore value service to our constituents by offering high quality professional development opportunities promoting ethical standards and principles of practice by respecting

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  • Case District III - Board of Directors
    Volunteer Relations CASE International Immediate Past Chair Anita Walton Assistant Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs North Carolina Central University Secretary Wm Christopher Clarke Executive Director and Associate Dean for Development and Alumni Relations Pratt School of Engineering Duke University Treasurer Harriet Laird Associate Director Office of Public Affairs Mississippi State University CASE Trustee Peter Rooney President Atlanta Youth Academy 2016 Conference Logistics Co Chair Angela Mills Director of Alumni Relations College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences Virginia Tech 2016 Conference Logistics Co Chair Tanea Pettis Manager of Affinity Activities UNC General Alumni Association 2016 Conference Program Co Chair Garrett Preisser Director of Development Rollins College 2016 Conference Program Co Chair Julie Ricciardi Director of Development Saint Mary s School 2017 Conference Logistics Co Chair Kenny Melvin Senior Development Officer and Director of Annual Giving Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine 2017 Conference Logistics Co Chair Rhonda Minton Director of Alumni Programs Lipscomb University 2017 Conference Program Co Chair Susan Cunningham Director of Leadership Gifts Washington and Lee University 2017 Conference Program Co Chair Sandy Pouliot Production Manager University of Central Florida Advisory Board Past Chair Liaison Scott Wells Chair Development Committee Greenville Learning Center ASAP Student Representative Wade Ingram University of Florida At Large Angelique Grant Assistant Vice President of Development Florida International University At Large Darla Olive Talley Assistant Vice President Alumni Relations University of Central Florida At Large Jay Dowd III Chief Executive Officer The Citadel Foundation The Citadel Awards Josh Hawkins Chief Operating Officer Alumni Relations and Annual Giving University of Louisville Chief Leadership Award Senior Professionals Tres Mullis Executive Director of University Development Washington and Lee University CASE Commission Communications Aaron Singleton Director News and Media Relations Winston Salem State University Community College Liaison Karen Mitchell Vice President for Resource Development and Executive Director of

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  • Case District III - 2016 Conference Committee
    Madison University Alumni and Constituents Track Erica Arroyo Director of Development and Alumni Relations University of Miami Independent Schools Track Brian Scales Chief Development Officer The Lovett School Independent Schools Track Sandy Bryant Assistant Director of Development Saint Andrew s Sewanee School Marketing and Communications Track Colleen Bourdeau Communications and Marketing Director Auburn University Marketing and Communications Track Sandy Pouliot Production Manager University of Central Florida Philanthropy Track Susan Cunningham Director of Leadership Giving Washington and Lee University Philanthropy Track Leandra Hayes Director of Major Gifts for the Library and Special Projects University of Miami Opportunity and Inclusion Patricia Brown Mitchell Assistant Vice President for Development Jackson State University Community College Initiatives Susan Peirce Executive Director of Development and Campaign Broward College Newcomers Preconference Workshop Chardina Dina Choate Associate Director for Alumnae Affairs Spelman College Newcomers Preconference Workshop Jey Marks Director of Development for Haile US Bank College of Business Northern Kentucky University HBCU Community of Practice Preconference Workshop Kassandra Kimbriel Jolley Vice President for Institutional Advancement Spelman College Focused Discussions Roy Cordell Senior Director of Creative Services University Relations University of Arkansas Moderators Judi F Aucoin Director of Advancement Services Samford University Moderators Amanda Trabue Associate Dean for Development and Alumni Relations Peabody College Vanderbilt University Conference Hosts Garrett Weddle Associate Director of Development Pamplin College of Business Virginia Tech Logistics Co Chair Angela Mills Director of Alumni Relations College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences Virginia Tech Logistics Co Chair Tanea Pettis Manager of Affinity Activities General Alumni Association University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Arrangements Rhonda Minton Director of Alumni Programs Lipscomb University Auction Tony Lee Director of Major Gifts Florida Gulf Coast University Awards Literature Exchange Josh Hawkins Chief Operating Officer Alumni Relations and Annual Giving University of Louisville Awards Literature Exchange Victoria Allen Director

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  • Case District III - Opportunity and Inclusion
    Conference Schedule at a Glance Keynote Speakers Venue Track Sessions by Date Focused Discussions Preconference Workshops Pricing Conference Registration Volunteer for the Conference 2017 Call for Presentations One Day Workshops Exhibitors Resource Partners Exhibitor Resource Partner Registration Policies Sponsorship Opportunities Advertising Specifications Awards 2016 Award Competition Entry Instructions Enter the Awards Competition By Category Chief Executive Leadership Award Distinguished Leadership Award Past Award Winners 2014 2015 Winners 2013 2014 Winners 2012 2013 Winners 2011 2012 Winners About District III Board of Directors 2016 Conference Committee Opportunity and Inclusion Membership Benefits Strategic Plan New Initiatives Fund Opportunity and Inclusion Home About District III Opportunity and Inclusion CASE International is committed to growing the diversity of the advancement profession by helping institutions connect with their diverse constituencies and create future pathways for current and future advancement professionals of diverse backgrounds CASE District III supports this diversity initiative and seeks to identify opportunities that foster and promote diversity in the Advancement and communication professionals focusing on our district We are committed to embracing our differences in under represented populations including but not limited to gender ethnicity religious affiliations socioeconomic status sexual orientation veteran status and or physical and mental capabilities We aim to advocate for and provide programming and networking opportunities in support of those colleagues and organizations who seek to create a vibrant diverse work force that properly reflects their organizational culture and institutional values Strategic Initiatives To create training development and awareness program that supports a diverse advancement pool To develop and maintain an active support network for advancement professionals from diverse backgrounds To recognize and celebrate those individuals and organizations that represent our ideals Our Commitment CASE III in partnership with CASE International will support a number of initiatives to help diversify the profession they include The Annual District Conference

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  • Case District III - Membership Benefits
    Exhibitors Resource Partners Exhibitor Resource Partner Registration Policies Sponsorship Opportunities Advertising Specifications Awards 2016 Award Competition Entry Instructions Enter the Awards Competition By Category Chief Executive Leadership Award Distinguished Leadership Award Past Award Winners 2014 2015 Winners 2013 2014 Winners 2012 2013 Winners 2011 2012 Winners About District III Board of Directors 2016 Conference Committee Opportunity and Inclusion Membership Benefits Strategic Plan New Initiatives Fund Membership Benefits Home About District III Membership Benefits The Council for Advancement and Support of Education is an international association of education advancement officers who include those who work in alumni development and communications and marketing for independent schools community colleges and universities The ultimate goal of advancement professionals is to enhance their institutions by encouraging support be it in the form of financial assistance alumni loyalty public esteem or new students In turn CASE s purpose is to help its members advance the cause of education It does this by offering information resources and training opportunities CASE is a one stop source for practical in depth information and training in all areas of institutional advancement including alumni relations communications government relations development and advancement services CASE provides programs publications and services for various types

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  • Case District III - Strategic Plan
    also must engage senior level professionals We must continue to evaluate through the annual conference survey those services and programming that are relevant to our constituents needs and interests Special attention must be paid to emerging technologies and emerging markets Suggested programming for CASE District III includes New professionals Continue to offer training to new professionals to the field of advancement new to higher education and independent school advancement and those new to CASE Provide training opportunities in all advancement disciplines alumni relations communications and marketing philanthropy research and advancement services In addition CASE District III commits to providing a better welcoming process to new members and ongoing mentoring to new professionals Mid level professionals Expand training opportunities and resources for mid career professionals in alumni relations communications and marketing philanthropy and advancement services Senior level professionals Continue to engage CASE District III s senior level administrators and those professionals who have been in the profession more than 10 years It will be important to include emerging leaders at institutions as well as established leaders Mentoring CASE District III s mentoring program has been successful matching entry level professionals with mid level professionals and will be expanded to benefit all constituents at any level of their career It is equally important to retain and develop mid level professionals who may be advancing to senior positions This level of mentoring will provide opportunities to engage more mid level and senior professionals with CASE District III and CASE There are also many ways to use technology to link professionals in our district providing ongoing mentoring outside the district conference Goal Further the profession The advancement profession supports a very noble cause to enhance education and thus enrich the lives of the students who benefit from that education as well as the communities in which they live and the larger global community CASE District III is committed to doing all it can to advance the profession and continue its positive impact Strategies Provide leadership development opportunities More can be done to assist in the development of leadership potential of CASE District III members Through the mentoring process outlined in the previous goal CASE District III can continue to direct efforts toward entry level professionals while growing the mentoring program for mid level and senior professionals Continue to enhance the development opportunities for minorities in advancement Historically the advancement profession has not been particularly diverse However CASE District III is and will continue to be a pioneer in this effort As a board we will continue to be a strong proponent of the Clarence J Jupiter Fellowship in Institutional Advancement and will continue to support and enhance our Opportunity and Inclusion Program and minority scholarships for the annual conference The board will also continue to be diverse in leadership and volunteer opportunities Continue to strengthen and seek more involvement with ASAP ASAP is a unique CASE program run by students for students with the help of district advisors CASE District III needs to continue

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  • Case District III - New Initiatives Fund
    Chief Executive Leadership Award Distinguished Leadership Award Past Award Winners 2014 2015 Winners 2013 2014 Winners 2012 2013 Winners 2011 2012 Winners About District III Board of Directors 2016 Conference Committee Opportunity and Inclusion Membership Benefits Strategic Plan New Initiatives Fund New Initiatives Fund Home About District III New Initiatives Fund History In 2015 the CASE District III Board created the New Initiatives Fund as a means to support fresh and innovative programming ideas within the District III membership Through CASE District III s New Initiatives Fund we are able to invest in collaborative professional development programs for Advancement colleagues and their institutions This funding is meant to provide a catalyst for ideas and events that strengthen our work strengthen our institutions and benefit our CASE III institutional members This initiative is a complement to the funds that are directed toward priorities designated by the District III board Grants Typical grants range from 500 5 000 and are available through the New Initiatives Fund This account will be used for any monetary needs associated with new initiatives approved by the CASE III board Grant applications are reviewed three times a year following application deadlines of January 15 April 1 and July 15 at midnight CT New Initiatives committee reviews applications and seeks board approval at the three CASE III board meetings a year held in February April and August Criteria All applications for the New Initiatives funding will be given thorough consideration Successful applications will meet one or more of the following criteria Impact on a number of CASE III professionals Opportunities for professional development of CASE III members Indication of collaboration between CASE III member institutions Programs that enhance what is generally offered at the District conference and supported by the DIII strategic initiatives Process Complete the Application for

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