ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITYASU FOUNDATION | CAMPAIGN ASU 2020
This portfolio includes work employed by ASU Enterprise Partners—a private nonprofit organization made up of distinct entities including the ASU Foundation that raise and invest resources—including philanthropy, real assets and the transfer of technology—for the benefit of Arizona State University. Its mission: to advance the success of Arizona State University as a New American University.
Through the ASU Foundation, generous donors help build and sustain Arizona State University. Their mission is to advance, through philanthropy, the success of Arizona State University as A New American University.
Campaign ASU 2020 is providing the fuel to accelerate ASU’s mission to transform higher education in America. With private support, they can continue to provide nimble, relevant education; develop new knowledge, better ideas, and workable solutions; transform individuals and communities; and scale their ideas to a global audience.
Pertaining to the Campaign 201 brochure:
We’ve received very positive feedback, already, from several volunteers and ASUF colleagues on the new “Campaign 201.” Thanks again for your efforts to refresh and update this great resource.
President Club members provide the ASU president with financial and intellectual resources, enabling the president to look beyond tradition, and to embrace entrepreneurship and innovation. Their philanthropic investments equip ASU to advance its charter.
The ASU Women and Philanthropy program engages women interested in improving society by investing in education, community outreach, scholarship, healthcare and research initiatives at Arizona State University.
Pertaining to the Women and Philanthropy’s Grant Funding Presentations booklet:
I am soooo impressed by the Grant Funding Presentations booklet! It’s very professional, well laid out, easy to understand, and helps prepare us for the presentations. The finalist proposals are excellent. I think it’s especially helpful to have a succinct message at the top of each proposal summary. I could go on and on, but just wanted to share that I’m very impressed with all aspects of the booklet. Please thank and pass on my compliments to those who did such an outstanding job in preparing it.
Pertaining to the Women and Philanthropy’s 15th Anniversary booklet:
I just read cover to cover the most recent mailing piece from ASU Women and Philanthropy. A great deal of thought and talent and creativity obviously went into it. It is outstanding/excellent. I feel one of the best communication pieces for members/donors that I have ever received.
Bravo and thank you. So glad to be a part of the membership.
InvestU: An ASU + Thunderbird Investor Network supports the entrepreneurial ecosystem forged at Arizona State University, bringing together affiliated startups with accredited investors.
CASE STATEMENTSCAMPAIGN ASU 2020
WHAT'S ON PRESS?THE MOST INNOVATIVE AND ON-BRAND PROJECTS PRINTED AT ASU PRINT AND IMAGING LAB
The ASU Marketing Enterprise HUB sends out a monthly email newsletter called “Hub High 5” to nearly 1,000 people. It includes a section called “What’s on Press,” which features the most innovative and on-brand projects printed monthly at ASU Print and Imaging Lab.
Between January 2017 and March 2019 there were 114 featured projects, 10.5% of which were created by Lori. Two additional projects were going to be featured, but due to their confidential nature, they had to be withheld.
Out of 86 ASU graphic designers across three campuses, some never have projects make it to this collection. Of those who do, they typically only have one project in this collection. A handful are featured several times. Lori’s projects were featured a dozen times, tying with an in-house designer from ASU’s PrintLab, for the most projects featured in this communique.
LORI WAS THE MOST FEATURED DESIGNER OUT OF 86 ASU GRAPHIC DESIGNERS ON 3 ASU CAMPUSES
OF 114 TOTAL PROJECTS FEATURED ON WHAT'S ON PRESS WERE CREATED BY LORI*