This fall, faculty and staff have the opportunity to support the Arts & Science Council and the State Employees Combined Campaign Sept. 18–29.
Join campaign co-chairs, Dean Catrine Tudor-Locke, College of Health and Human Services, and Jodi Kaplan, executive director of alumni engagement, in support of this community initiative.
During this two-week campaign, faculty and staff members can contribute to community funds through a direct donation or payroll deduction. Through this simple gesture, Charlotte faculty and staff can make a significant difference through their support.
“The ASC + SECC Campaign compels me for the many ways it so palpably activates the values we believe in as an institution. I am honored and excited to serve as co-chair for this campaign that supports important creative work and the many communities we serve.”
- Jodi Kaplan
“I am honored to serve as Co-Chair and support the Arts & Science Council and State Employees Combined Campaign on behalf of UNC Charlotte. This investment is integral to sustaining creativity, driving innovation and it aligns with UNC Charlotte’s commitment to transforming lives and communities on a local-to-global level.”
- Catrine Tudor-Locke
To learn more about the fall campaign and designate your donation, visit the faculty and staff campaign website, or contact Shayna Long, senior director of annual giving in University Advancement.
Jodi Kaplan is executive director of alumni engagement and has been an alumni relations professional for more than 30 years. She joined UNC Charlotte from the University of Connecticut, where she was senior director for the Office of Alumni Relations and served UConn for 24 years. Kaplan began her alumni relations career at her alma mater, the University of Massachuestts Amherst, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration.
Catrine Tudor-Locke, Ph.D., FACSM, FNAK, is professor and dean of the College of Health and Human Services. She joined the UNC Charlotte from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where she was associate dean for research and administration in the School of Public Health and Health Sciences.