LC Philanthropy Council
Lewis & Clark Philanthropy Council is a group of alumni and parent volunteers who are committed to growing philanthropy at Lewis & Clark. Through outreach to their peers, they seek to grow the community of support.
Members make a noticeable difference on campus.
Philanthropy Council concentrates its work three times (or sessions) per year: fall, around LC Day of Giving in early spring, and May.
While on the Philanthropy Council, members learn how to talk with peers about giving to the College. They are given the tools and training needed to be successful. As a benefit, members grow their networks and learn valuable skills for their careers or other volunteering purposes.
If you are interested in serving on LC Philanthropy Council, fill out this volunteer form today.
Questions? Contact Philanthropy Council coordinator, Julie Newsome, Associate Director of Annual Giving at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-768-7963.
Alumni: Class Associates
Class Associates from each graduating class encourage classmate giving through various forms of outreach. Their main goals are to increase alumni giving participation and to increase alumni donations.
Class Associates Roster
2017: Lexi Kelley
2016: Daniela (Lopez) Mrabti
2013: Anthony Ruiz, Tiffany Wang
2008: Eric Atcheson
2003: Jason Guchereau, Liz Larter, Brenda Michels
2000: Stephen LeBoutillier
1999: George W. Kline
1998: Erin Egan, Justin Henderson, Marnie Troska
1993: Ingri Quon, Nathan Trueblood
1992: Edgard Garcia
1988: John Aney, Mary Dakin, Sarah Holtzclaw
1986: Henry Thompson
1983: Grant Frey
1978: Jack Osborn, Jim Robertson, KT Whitehead
1977: Chris Ohman
1973: Dave Albertine
1969: Marcia Hilton
1968: Dave Avison, Frank Dillow, Rob Rynerson
Parents: Parent Associates
Parent Associates encourage other parents from their student’s class to give. Their main objective is to increase parent engagement and giving.
Parent Associates Roster
Jen Dahnert P’19