Development &Alumni RelationsUpdateMay 14, 2013Dean’s Advisory Council
Alumni Communications
Alumni RelationsOur efforts aim tobroaden and deepen thepipeline of support fromAlumni and friendsthrough:•Leadership, Alu...
Alumni Weekend• 2,000 Alumni Attended• 80 UCSF Distinct AlumniEvents• 11 Events Involved Schoolof Nursing Alumni• 7 Exclus...
Alumni WeekendThursday Zero-YearReunion
Alumni WeekendFriday 1953 Tea
Alumni WeekendFriday DNS & PhDWelcome Reception
Alumni WeekendFriday DNS & PhDPresentation
Alumni WeekendFriday Evening All-Alumni Reception
Alumni WeekendSaturday ChancellorsBreakfast
Alumni WeekendSaturday MorningMeet & Greet
Alumni WeekendSaturday GlobalHealth Seminar
Alumni WeekendSaturday Lunch
Alumni WeekendSaturday Nursing AlumniAssociation Annual Meeting
Upcoming Events• May 21, Alumni Gathering atthe International Council ofNurses, Melbourne, Australia• May 23, Thema Shobe ...
OutreachDevelopment is initiating a new program for corporatesupport.–Corporations are now offered the opportunity tounder...
OutreachDean’s Advisory Council can help identify prospectivefriends of the school. Examples include:–Opening your rolodex...
Save the DateSeptember 17, 2013Dean’s Advisory CouncilFall Meeting
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UCSF School of Nursing Dean's Advisory Council Alumni Relations May 2013 Presentation

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The UCSF School of Nursing Dean’s Advisory Council was established in 1987, originally as the Board of Overseers, in an effort to assist the School in its mission of teaching, research, public service, and patient care. Dean’s Advisory Council members are thought leaders, corporate executives, policy makers, philanthropists, and innovators who are united in their commitment to the School and the future of its excellence.

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  • Lynnette F. Teti, Senior Director of Development & Alumni Relations, UCSF School of Nursing Maura O'Donnell, Development & Alumni Relations Coordinator, UCSF School of Nursing & Medicine Mike Levi, Development and Alumni Relations Assistant, UCSF School of Nursing & Medicine Lisa Finkelstein, Interim Director of Development & Alumni Relations, UCSF School of Nursing
  • A lumni Communications that are focused on by our School of Nursing UDAR team include: Our monthly eNews distributed to 8,500 Alumni who we have their email addresses for UCSF Magazine , mailed and distributed widely each Fall and Spring to all UCSF alumni, and well as a smaller group of friend and that includes a two-page “Alumni Hub” spread about our UCSF School of Nursing successes to note Our monthly Science of Caring mailing that is distributed to all students, faculty and staff as well as presented frequently as part of our press and public relations packages. Annually this is printed in the fall with the best articles of the year. Social Media includes Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn with the most frequent success markers found on LinkedIn with over 500 Alumni members. The FY13 Honor Roll is being remodeled to more closely follow the framework of the UCSF Foundation’s annual summary of philanthropy – feature private giving totals, roster of Dean’s Associates and 3-4 profiles in giving. A complete honor roll of donors will be available online.
  • When you last met in October, Megan spoke with you about the broadening and deepening of the reach when it came to events. Although the events continue to grow and be successful we need to engage the current students in Alumni activities so they are able to easily access the opportunities that are available to them in the future and understand how they can provide meaningful experiences for them post graduation. Pipeline Focus: Our Alumni efforts aim to broaden and deepen the pipeline of support from alumni and friends. We have focused this year on increasing and deepening our targeted outreach to: New students + Recent graduates + Doctoral alumni + Specific Class Reunions. We continue to employ strategies to cultivate engagement from segments of our donor pipeline. New students – welcome phone calls. We had a UCSF party for graduating students at Alumni Weekend called the Zero Year Reunion. Reunion for last year’s class at Alumni Weekend, as well as special programming for our DNs/PhDs. Recent successful events: We continue to use new event formats to cultivate engagement from prospective supporters. Recently we had an event in the East Bay for all Alumni to hear the Dean speak about not only the School of Nursing but UCSF in full. It was fun, easy and accessible for all Alumni to get and stay connected to the opportunities we offer. Our Helen Martin Faculty Practice Award & Reception on May 8 was successful with over 100 attendees, 20 student nominations and 2 award winners. It was a new way to engage not only donors but also invest in the stewardship of volunteer faculty preceptors and current students. {{{{Next slide recaps our Alumni Weekend at the Palace Hotel}}}
  • 11 School of Nursing Alumni Involved Events Thursday’s Last Lecture Thursday evening’s Zero Year Reunion Friday All Alumni Kick-off Reception Friday evening Symphony Saturday morning Chancellors Breakfast Friday Dean’s Associates Lounge Friday afternoon campus tours Saturday Discovery Talks Saturday afternoon campus tours Saturday Dean’s Associates Lounge Saturday evening’s After-party 7 School of Nursing Exclusive Alumni Events Friday’s 1953 Tea = 22 Attendees Friday Nurse Reception = 90 Attendees Friday DNS Lecture = 75 Attendees Saturday mornings Nursing Tea = 50 Attendees Saturday Global Health Seminar = 70 Attendees Saturday Distinguished Alumni, Business Meeting and Lunch = 113 Attendees Saturday evening’s 1973 reunion dinner = 17 Attendees
  • Thursday evening’s Zero Year Reunion Following the Last Lecture, students joined the Alumni Association for the first ever Zero Year Reunion for all current UCSF students. Folks networked with alumni and other students while listening to music, enjoying food & beverages and entering a chance to win tickets to some notable San Francisco museums, restaurants and events! Sponsors: SAA, ASUC, GSA and AAUCSF
  • 1953 Reunion Tea These Nurses graduated from UCSF’s School of Nursing the year Dwight D. Eisenhower began his presidency. They have stayed in close touch over the years and during Alumni Weekend took a limo up to the Palace Hotel to celebrate over 60 years of friendships. We arranged an afternoon tea for them to relax when they arrived before all of the big festivities began for Alumni Weekend.
  • NURSING DNS & PHD ALUMNI WELCOME RECEPTION All guests networked with current and past faculty, DNS, Moore Fellows and PhD students as well as learned about current trends in the field while enjoying complimentary hors d' oeuvres, beer, and wine. All School of Nursing DNS, PhD Alumni, Moore Fellows, Current Doctoral Students, Faculty and Friends were welcomed to attend both the reception and the lecture to follow! 
  • Celebration of Success: UCSF Nursing Meets the Challenges of 21 st Century Health Care Nursing Accredited Continuing Education Presentation In celebration of the reunion for nursing doctoral alumni, distinguished graduates  Marilyn Chow  BS ’70, MS ’72, PhD ’82, Vice President of Patient Care Services, Kaiser Permanente;  Catherine Gilliss  PhD ’83, Dean, Duke University School of Nursing; and  Susan Janson  PhD ’83, UCSF Professor of Nursing will lead a discussion on current issues facing the profession for all nursing alumni and students to enjoy.  Shirley Chater  MS ’60, PhD, former U.S. Commissioner of the Social Security Administration and former National Advisory Committee Chair of Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Nurse Executive Fellows program will be moderating. 
  • All Alumni Kickoff Reception Join all alumni and friends for a fun, casual celebration that includes a live performance by Grammy-nominated legendary percussionist Pete Escovedo. Pete and his musical troupe will dazzle us with Latin jazz as we reconnect with friends, view school projects, and enjoy light refreshments.  Hosted by UCSF Alumni Associations, Campus Life Services and Art & Events with special thanks to our sponsors: GEICO and Koshland Pharmacy
  • Breakfast with the Chancellor Come hear our leader give an update on the state of the university. Learn about the outstanding discoveries being made at UCSF and how our commitment to service impacts the community, including the celebration of the 10 year anniversary of Mission Bay where research is directly affecting patient care.  Recognition of 50 + year graduates and distinguished alumni across all disciplines. 
  • Nursing: Meet & Greet: Students, Faculty & Alumni
  • GLOBAL HEALTH AND NURSING PRACTICE: ART & SCIENCE OF COMPASSION Nursing Accredited Continuing Education Presentation Sally Rankin , presented on behalf of Kim Baltzell PhD ’05, MS ’10, Associate Professor, UCSF School of Nursing, and Jaime Sepulveda, MD, MPH, DrSc, Executive Director, UCSF Global Health Sciences, was interviewed by School of Nursing Dean David Vlahov, RN, PhD, FAAN, on opportunities for nurse leaders and scientists to fulfill the strategic needs in public global health.
  • Nursing Alumni Luncheon & State of the School Over a three-course gourmet luncheon, alumni heard the state of the school with Dean Vlahov, heard from UCSF Chancellor, honored Catherine Gilliss PhD ’83, the 2013 recipient of the Jane Norbeck Distinguished Alumni Award, and recognized the student recipients of the UCSF Nursing Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship.
  • Nursing Alumni Association Annual Business Meeting During the dessert portion of the Alumni Luncheon, the NAA Board of Directors reported on its activities and conducted elections for the 2013 slate of members. Officers Catherine Camenga MS ’03 President/ Past-President ( [email_address] ) Mark Wandro BS ’77 Vice President/ Treasurer ( [email_address] ) Julie Rossie MS ’05 Secretary ( [email_address] ) Pauline Chin BS ’78 MS ‘92 ( [email_address] ) Candace Miller MS ’77 ( [email_address] ) Elaine Lanier-Bohan MS ’02 ( [email_address] ) Marilyn Sargent Morgan MS ’06 ( [email_address] ) Melissa Meighan MS ’03 ( [email_address] ) Susan Walczak MS ’02 ( [email_address] ) Sharon McCole Wicher MS ’82 ( [email_address] ) Laurel A. Friesen MS ’75 ( [email_address] ) Debra Vails-Qualters BS ’75, MS ’84 ( [email_address] ) Jensine Russell MS ’10 ( [email_address] ) Students REPRESENTATIVES Alphoncina Kaihura PhD ’14 ( [email_address] ) Arielle Bivas MS ’14 ( [email_address] ) Austin Nation PhD ’14 ( [email_address] ) Rebecca Conroy, MS ’14 ( [email_address] ) Elda Kong, NP ’14 ( [email_address] ) Linda Ottoboni, PhD ’15 ( [email_address] ) FACULTY REPRESENTATIVES Zina Mirsky ( [email_address] ) Judy Martin-Holland ( [email_address] )
  • May 21, Australian College of Nursing (ACN) looks forward to welcoming the ICN 25th Quadrennial Congress to Melbourne, Australia May 18 to May 23, 2013. UCSF & UCLA SCHOOL OF NURSING'S ICN ALUMNI RECEPTION dated May 21 st at the Hilton South Wharf Hotel, 2 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf Melbourne, Victoria 3006, Australia The ICN 25th Quadrennial Congress will bring together evidence, experience and innovations highlighting the critical importance of equity and access to health care for communities and individuals, demon May 23, Thema Shobe Annual Lecture on Ethics, Spirituality, & Health, Parnassus Campus. Providers and Reproductive Freedom. Many religious traditions support reproductive freedom for women.  What is the religious basis for protecting women's access to this freedom?  What are the problems of religions that do not respect the full humanity of women as moral decision-makers?  What are the ethics involved for the healthcare provider delivering reproductive care? Join Dr. Kit Chesla, RN, DNSc, FAAN, School of Nursing Thelma Shobe Endowed Chair in welcoming two distinguished speakers to UC San Francisco:  Rev. Rita Nakashima Brock, Ph.D. will speak on  Religion and the Case for Women's Reproductive Freedom,  and Margaret Olivia Little, Ph.D.,  will speak on  Abortion, Conscience, and the Ethics of Provision  to discuss ethics for the health care provider. Health Sciences West Tower, Room 301, 513 Parnassus Ave., San Francisco 94143 June 13, Alumni Gathering in Atherton hosted by Susan Valeriote, MS ‘84 and Kenneth Goldman June 20, David Vlahov, Dean & Kathryn Lee, Associate Dean for Research, speaks on “Sleep and Your Health at Midlife and Beyond” at the Metropolitan Club sponsored by Eve Wertsch . The talk will focus on the types of sleep problems experienced by women as they age.  Dr. Lee will emphasize the importance of sleep hygiene for health and quality of life, why you should make sleep a priority in your life, when to use a sleep medication, and potential non-pharmacologic solutions for a better night’s sleep. Stating how nurses are key to ensuring equal access and quality of health care for all. Metropolitan Club 640 Sutter St San Francisco, CA 94102 July 21, UCSF School of Nursing’s organized AIDS Walk team #1632 with team leader, Emily Huang. October 3, Scholarship Reception, Parnassus Campus
  • Development is initiating a new program for corporate support. Corporations are now offered the opportunity to underwrite programs and publications like the School of Nursing magazine, Science of Caring for enhanced recognition. Randy Lipps is helping sponsor the Science of Caring magazine.
  • Dean’s Advisory Council can help identify prospective friends of the school. Examples include: Opening your rolodex for contacts at corporations that the Dean can meet with during his upcoming travels to Australia and around the nation. Leveraging your connections and hosting events where the Dean can help broaden the awareness of UCSF School of Nursing Growing membership in the Council to diverse volunteers by providing 1-2 referrals for follow-up
  • September 17, 2013 Dean’s Advisory Council Fall Meeting
  • UCSF School of Nursing Dean's Advisory Council Alumni Relations May 2013 Presentation

    1. 1. Development &Alumni RelationsUpdateMay 14, 2013Dean’s Advisory Council
    2. 2. Alumni Communications
    3. 3. Alumni RelationsOur efforts aim tobroaden and deepen thepipeline of support fromAlumni and friendsthrough:•Leadership, AlumniBoard Involvement•Events, Helen MartinAward•Connections, ClassReunions•Positive Memories,Engagement withcurrent students
    4. 4. Alumni Weekend• 2,000 Alumni Attended• 80 UCSF Distinct AlumniEvents• 11 Events Involved Schoolof Nursing Alumni• 7 Exclusive EventsTargeted School of NursingAlumni
    5. 5. Alumni WeekendThursday Zero-YearReunion
    6. 6. Alumni WeekendFriday 1953 Tea
    7. 7. Alumni WeekendFriday DNS & PhDWelcome Reception
    8. 8. Alumni WeekendFriday DNS & PhDPresentation
    9. 9. Alumni WeekendFriday Evening All-Alumni Reception
    10. 10. Alumni WeekendSaturday ChancellorsBreakfast
    11. 11. Alumni WeekendSaturday MorningMeet & Greet
    12. 12. Alumni WeekendSaturday GlobalHealth Seminar
    13. 13. Alumni WeekendSaturday Lunch
    14. 14. Alumni WeekendSaturday Nursing AlumniAssociation Annual Meeting
    15. 15. Upcoming Events• May 21, Alumni Gathering atthe International Council ofNurses, Melbourne, Australia• May 23, Thema Shobe AnnualLecture on Ethics, Spirituality,& Health, Parnassus Campus• June 13, Alumni Gathering inAtherto, hosted by SusanValeriote, MS ‘84 and KennethGoldman• June 20, Dean Vlahov andKathy Lee speak at theMetropolitan Club sponsoredby Eve Wertsch, BS ‘79• October 3, ScholarshipReception, ParnassusCampus
    16. 16. OutreachDevelopment is initiating a new program for corporatesupport.–Corporations are now offered the opportunity tounderwrite programs and publications like theSchool of Nursing magazine, Science of Caring forenhanced recognition.–Randy Lipps is helping sponsor the Science ofCaring magazine.
    17. 17. OutreachDean’s Advisory Council can help identify prospectivefriends of the school. Examples include:–Opening your rolodex for contacts at corporationsthat the Dean can meet with during his upcomingtravels to Australia and around the nation.–Leveraging your connections and hosting eventswhere the Dean can help broaden the awarenessof UCSF School of Nursing–Growing membership in the Council to diversevolunteers by providing 1-2 referrals for follow-up
    18. 18. Save the DateSeptember 17, 2013Dean’s Advisory CouncilFall Meeting
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