Jim oversees all aspects of development, alumni relations, and campus programming, focusing on building relationships with Luther's constituencies. Jim invites gifts from alumni, parents, and friends of Luther and also assists donors with estate and gift planning. An officer of the college, Jim serves on the President's Cabinet.
Ann manages the team of development officers and encourages leadership gifts from alumni, parents, and friends of Luther. She travels throughout the United States. Together with Jeanie Lovell, Ann serves as co-director of campaigns.
Sue coordinates Luther’s President’s Council donor recognition events and the Parents Council and Class Agent volunteer programs. She also oversees the Development Office web pages, coordinates Family Weekend annually, and works with Luther volunteers to encourage gifts to the Annual Fund.
Kate facilitates young alumni donor engagement that supports annual giving. She promotes and invites reunion gifts from members of the 10- and 25-year reunion classes, and works collaboratively with class volunteer leaders. She also helps oversee Luther's student philanthropy efforts.
Nathan works out of his Philadelphia home office, encouraging leadership gifts from alumni, parents, and friends of the college. He travels in Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, California, and the Mid-Atlantic and New England region.
Cassie provides support for annual giving and reunion giving programs, including the Annual Fund Council and Class Agent program. She coordinates mailings and e-communications and keeps volunteer records.
Mark manages the efforts of the recently established Norse Athletic Association, raising funds in support of men's and women's athletics. He coordinates mailings, invitations for support, newsletters, and special events related to the NAA. In addition to his part-time development responsibilities, Mark serves as head men's basketball coach.
Alex serves as the administrative assistant to the vice president and handles all related duties for that position, including scheduling, correspondence, and college business. She also provides student worker supervision and coordinates the receipting communication process and supports communications with the President’s Council, and for donor recognition events through the Development Office.
Bethany works out of her Twin Cities home office, encouraging leadership gifts from metro-area alumni, parents, and friends, and advancing alumni programming. Bethany also travels in central and northern Minnesota and North Dakota.
Jeanie oversees all aspects of corporate and foundation support for Luther and works with faculty and staff to secure research funding and support for teaching and learning. She also leads Women, Faith, and Finance, Luther’s collaborative women’s philanthropy initiative. Together with Ann Sponberg Peterson, Jeanie serves as co-director of campaigns.
Doug encourages leadership gifts from alumni, parents, and friends of the college. He travels in Iowa, Minnesota, Illinois, and Wisconsin, as well as Colorado, Missouri, Texas, Oregon, and Georgia. Doug also coordinates Luther’s endowed scholarship program, the Legacy Trust.
Maria coordinates components of the annual giving program with other staff and student, alumni, and parent volunteers. She also facilitates the work of the Annual Fund Council and coordinates reunion programs for the 50th reunion classes.
Rachel oversees the 35th and 40th reunion efforts. She manages the programming, works collaboratively with class volunteer leaders, and spearheads the reunion giving campaigns. Rachel encourages leadership gifts from alumni, parents, and friends of the college. She travels to Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Washington.
Nicole is responsible for the computer entry of pledges/gifts and receipting of gifts, and she coordinates corporate and matching gifts. She interacts with the Financial Services and Financial Aid offices as well as the Library and Information Services application development team.