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PostPosted: Thu Sep 03, 2015 11:00 am 
Silver City, NM – A new executive director for the University Foundation has opened her doors to alumni, donors and community members looking to make connections with Western New Mexico University.

Since July 1, Jodi Edens-Crocker has been meeting people, setting up appointments and brainstorming on how to grow relationships with anyone who has a connection and interest in Western New Mexico University.

“I feel there is a sincere interest and energy from campus, donors, alumni and the community to build and foster a true Foundation that can move the university forward,” said Edens-Crocker.

Edens-Crocker has more than 10 years of experience working with fundraising and relationship building in higher education. Her most recent experience includes serving as Director of Events and Special Projects at Florida Gulf Coast University. In that capacity, she oversaw the organization of over 100 university events annually.

“We are creating opportunities for participation and involvement by all our stakeholders,” said Edens-Crocker. “This will help us move forward with our purpose of raising awareness and the need for private support.”

That need of support by all members of the community is at the forefront of Edens-Crocker’s mind at all times. With shrinking government allocations, the University Foundation office is fully aware that there is a continually growing need of support from the community and private sector.

“Cohesive efforts and combined support from the campus community, alumni, donors and even students will help increase how we continue to provide scholarships and other financial support to WNMU,” said Edens-Crocker. “I’m excited about our future and have optimism about the new relationships we are creating.”

Edens-Crocker invites community members to visit her and the rest of the University Foundation team at Hunter Hall. She can be reached by calling 575-538-6310.

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NEWS RELEASE
September 3, 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Abe Villarreal
Phone: 575.538.6336
news@wnmu.edu


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Ecstatic Dance
Original Poetry and Music
Senior Olympics - Golf
Yang-style Tai Chi Chuan 9am
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Laughter Club at 12:15pm
Hapkido Class
New Hope Al-Anon Family Group
Beginning Tai Chi at Lotus Center
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Silver City Rotary Club Meeting
Hapkido Class
Compassionate Friends Gathering
Book Talk and Signing with E.J. Randolph
Wine & The Word @The Toad Brewery
ToSC Council Meeting- Agenda
Yang-style Tai Chi Chuan 9am
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Our Paws' Cause Thrift Store
Hapkido Class
Wednesday Evening Al-Anon Family Group Meeting
Insight Buddhist Meditation
Babytime: Sing & Play
Farmer's Market
Gin Rummy
Golf - Copper Country Senior Olympics
"The Aztec Sun Stone- La Piedra Del Sol"at the Bayard Public
AMP Concerts Presents Septeto Nacional
Silver City Sister Circle Worldwide New Moon Gathering
Beginning Tai Chi at Lotus Center
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Our Paws' Cause Thrift Store
Volunteer at The Bike Works 3-7pm
Brown Bag: Grant County in the Great War
“Grant County in the Great War”
Pop-Up MakerSpace @ The Public Librar
Blooming Lotus Meditation
AMP Concerts Presents: Septeto Nacional
Pet Central Thrift Store
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"Disappearing Mining Landscape Of GC" Opens SC Museum
Our Paws' Cause Thrift Store
Poetry Reading with Raven Drake
Women's Al-Anon Meeting: Women Embracing Recovery
Dinner & Staged Reading of "Last Of The Red Hot Lovers"
Yang-style Tai Chi Chuan 10am
Hapkido Class
Pet Central Thrift Store
Community Bike Ride @ The Bike Works
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Our PAws' Cause Thrift Store
Low Cost Pet Vaccination and Microchipping Clinic
Huachas (washers) Senior Olympics event
Horseshoes (Men) - Senior Olympics
Horseshoes (women) - Senior Olympics
Día de los Niños @ The Public Library
Dinner & Staged Reading of LAST OF THE RED HOT LOVERS










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