Margaret is the coordinator of Gift Acknowledgments and Stewardship for Arts & Sciences. In this role, she ensures appropriate thanks and communications for donors to Arts & Sciences, University College, the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, and the University Libraries.
Mary is the chief development officer for the Washington University Libraries. In this role she serves to advance the mission of the library system; to secure funding for the immediate and long-term information, media, and collection needs of the university; and to reach the strategic goals set forth by the University Librarian.
Michelle manages the many St. Louis-based events that help connect our alumni, parents, and friends to Arts & Sciences, including the annual Scholarship Dinner, Distinguished Alumni Awards, Endowed Professorship Installations, Connections Series, and others.
Jake works in St. Louis to advance the missions of the Graduate School and the Washington University Libraries, and travels to mid-state Missouri, Michigan, New Mexico, and Ohio in support of all aspects of Arts & Sciences.
Allison manages the Arts & Sciences Annual Fund efforts, including both mail and electronic communications. She works closely with the members of the Eliot Society Committees for Arts & Sciences and the Weidenbaum Center. Allison covers the St. Louis metro area.
T-L is an administrative assistant in Arts & Sciences. In her role, she supports Allison Oberkirsch, Julianne Smutz, and Leslie Worley. She supports the Annual Fund, Scholarship, and Leadership Annual Giving efforts.
Deborah's responsibilities cover the entire spectrum of Arts & Sciences, including major gifts, stewardship projects, and special events. She works with alumni and donors in Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia, and St. Louis.
Cathy directs the alumni and development program of the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences and the John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics. She travels to Chicago and Florida to meet with both undergraduate and graduate alumni in order to advance the mission of Arts & Sciences.