Scholarships to Advance Diversity

The Advancing Diversity Program

The Advancing Diversity Program offers $1,000 scholarships to advancement professionals of diverse backgrounds for the purpose of attending the CASE V annual conference.

CASE V invites each educational institution that is currently a member of CASE to nominate one individual from their institution. Each applicant must be:

  1. Asian, African American, Hispanic, Gay/Lesbian, Native American, or Pacific Islander
  2. Employed by a CASE V educational institution
  3. Currently hold a position in one of the three professional areas of advancement, alumni relations, communications/marketing or fundraising.

The CASE V Committee on Opportunity and Inclusion will review all applications and select up to three individuals best suited to serve in the Advancing Diversity Program. Applicants are evaluated on the basis of their education, experience and career goals.

Each nominating institution agrees to pay incidental costs that might exceed $1,000 for their applicant to participate in the CASE V Advancing Diversity Program.

Contact us with the above information to complete your application.

Note: Applicants should submit a headshot photo with their application.

Scholarship recipient photos will be used at the CASE V conference and in CASE V publications.


Past recipients:

2017
MiVida Burris, Walsh College
Adrienne McDade, University of Cincinnati
Suresh Mudragada, Northwestern University

2016
Gita Balakrishnan, University of Dayton
Anne Sumangil, College of Saint Benedict
Michael A. Pope, Lawrence University

2015
Candy Greeter
Jonina Hernandez, Antioch College
Ibrahim Fetuga, Culver Academies
Zowadi Owens, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale

2014
Anabel Menifee, Knox College
Jenna Ray, University of Minnesota - Morris
Tracy Williams-Maclin, Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association

2013
Morrell Wax, Miami University
Vickie Lee-Her, University of MN - Twin Cities
Shannon Riffe, University of Michigan

2012
Pablo Martinez, University of Notre Dame
Pa Moua-Yang, University of Wisconsin at La Crosse
Ruqayya Rehmatullah, The Ohio State University