Are you adventurous? Take the CASE V Venture Fund challenge! Have you always wanted to create a new networking group of advancement professionals at other institutions, but needed some funding to get it off the ground? Have you and a few colleagues at some other District V institutions wanted to bring in a nationally recognized… Read more »
Recently my LinkedIn feed was heavily populated by a blog from Jack Welch, the famous retired chairman and CEO of General Motors. In the blog he postulates that an organization has two sets of expectations and there are four kinds of employees that meet the expectations in one way or another. There are quantifiable matrices… Read more »
Have you ever noticed that as a society we talk about the proverbial "they" all the time? Why didn't "they" tell us it was supposed to rain today? I wish "they" would tell us in advance if I needed to eat before attending this meeting. Why didn't "they" put it on the sign that… Read more »
It’s hard to believe that we’re 285 days until the 41st Annual CASE District V Conference in Chicago! It seems like just yesterday we were wrapping up the 40th Annual Conference and hearing Chris Spielman’s story of philanthropy. But, there’s no rest for the wicked and you might be surprised to know that plans are… Read more »
CASE District V is a collection of talented professionals with both decades of experience and knowledge, and creative and fresh approaches to the field of Advancement. Both the seasoned practitioner and the young newcomer bring unique perspectives to our organization, and should share through conference presentations and lively Q&A. But what happens when the annual… Read more »
Sue Cunningham will join education association Washington, D.C.—The Council for Advancement and Support of Education has announced the selection of Sue Cunningham as CASE's new president. Cunningham, currently vice-principal for advancement at the University of Melbourne, was the unanimous choice of CASE's presidential search committee and board of trustees. Cunningham's appointment concludes an international… Read more »
James A. Goecker, a 28-year veteran of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, has been named the institute’s vice president for enrollment management and strategic communications.
Winners have been announced for the 2014 Pride of CASE V Awards program. Pride of CASE V honors institutions and individuals who demonstrate outstanding achievement in the concept and execution of advancement programs and communications.
Leigh Ann Jacobson has joined Ivy Tech Community College’s North Central region as the Executive Director of Resource Development. Jacobson will be responsible for developing and sustaining fundraising efforts in Ivy Tech North Central’s four-county area.
enise Noe has joined Rockford University as Assistant Vice
President for Institutional Advancement. Noe will support the ongoing
identification, cultivation, and stewardship of gifts from individuals, foundations,
and corporations, as well as provide oversight for the Advancement areas of the