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LSU FOUNDATION

GIVING REPORT 2012 - 13

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INSIDE THE GIVING REPORT 4

Message from the President and CEO

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Strategic Plan

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Message from the Chairperson of the Board of Directors

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Alexandra Strange, TigerTalker

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Laureate Society

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Cody King, Kevin Moore Scholarship

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1860 Society

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Planned Giving Advisory Council

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Pritishma Lakhe, TigerTalker

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Membership

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Arturo Otamendi, Louisiana Veterinary Medical Association Outstanding Student Award

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Corporate and Foundation Relations

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LeighAnna Kingvalsky, TigerTalker

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Total Fundraising Activity

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Total Assets

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Madaline King, James Bolner and Dudley Rochelle Carter Scholarship

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General Endowed Portfolio

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Cessali Fournier, TigerTalker

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Board of Regents Support Fund Combined Portfolio

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Dear Friends,

The 2012-13 fiscal year was a time of great change and success for the LSU Foundation. A few highlights from the year were: •

We launched an agressive four-year strategic plan that will ultimately double our fundraising efforts while transforming how we raise money for LSU and significantly growing our endowment.

Through the generosity of our donors, we raised more than $30 million, exceeding our goal for this fiscal year by $2 million.

Our endowed assets grew from $331 million to $354 million, largely as an outcome of market performance. While the growth is exciting, we recognize the continued importance of increasing our endowment through private giving to provide a perpetual stream of funding for the university.

Phyllis M. Taylor announced that she would make a $15 million gift to honor the legacy of Patrick F. Taylor and accelerate the momentum of the $100 million public-private partnership to renovate Patrick F. Taylor Hall and construct a chemical engineering facility. Her generosity kicked off our 2013-14 fiscal year to an exciting start and exemplifies high-impact philanthropy.

Toward the end of the fiscal year, we had the opportunity to meet and begin working with LSU President and Chancellor F. King Alexander. He is a committed partner for us in increasing philanthropic support for LSU, and we look forward to working with him and all of our university colleagues in the year ahead. We are grateful for your generous support, and we take seriously our responsibilities to steward your gifts wisely and to uphold the highest levels of integrity, accountability and transparency. Thank you for your investment in LSU. Sincerely,

G. Lee Griffin (MS Business, 1962) President and CEO

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STRATEGIC PLAN In January 2012, the Foundation’s Board of Directors and staff began a collaborative strategic-planning process that included an internal assessment of the organization and external research to benchmark performance and identify best practices. A striking new vision for the LSU Foundation emerged that foregoes the shelter of modest goals, instead recognizing the opportunity to build an extraordinary new level of support for LSU. It is a twofold vision: 1. Increase the amount of total annual fundraising from the current $30 million per year average over the last 10 years to more than $60 million per year by 2016. 2. Increase the LSU Foundation endowment from $330 million to $425 million by 2016 and to $680 million by 2022.

Four strategic priorities identify the investments and changes required to deliver and sustain this new level of performance. Visit www.lsufoundation.org for additional details.

Invest in People

Redesign Organization and Operations

Talent Management Corporate and Foundation Relations Principal Gifts Regional Office Career Tracks Rewarding Performance Development Support

Development Support Functions Maximize Interim Workspace Long-term Space Needs Additional Revenue Streams Giving Analytics Productivity Tools Goal Setting Performance Metrics

Strengthen Cross-Campus Collaboration

Execute Large-Scale Fundraising Efforts

Joint Development Agreements Well-aligned Fundraising Culture of Giving

Endowment Giving Principal Gifts Campus-wide and Cross-campus Initiatives Planned Giving

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Dear Friends, As I near completion of my first year as chairperson of the LSU Foundation Board of Directors, I appreciate the opportunity to thank you, our donors, for your continued support. I am pleased to report that our total returns for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2013, were up over 11 percent for both endowed portfolios. That is significantly improved over the previous fiscal year. Additionally, in early October, we again received a clean audit opinion from our outside accountants, Postlethwaite & Netterville. The Board’s Investment Committee and our chief investment officer and consultants, FEG, continue to manage and direct donated funds in line with industry best practices. The Board sets the endowed asset allocations to achieve long-term returns to meet our targets while minimizing risk. Two national achievements were credited to the CIO, George Moss. Asset International Chief Investment Officers recognized him as a 2013 “40 Under 40” Honoree and profiled him in the April issue of aiCIO. George was also named Small Endowment Manager of the Year by Institutional Investor magazine. Also notable, the Investment Committee has added several experienced and talented members from the Board who are versed in investment direction and strategy. These members will help ensure a prudent and practical direction for future investing of endowed funds. The LSU Foundation is headed in the right direction, a path of strength, growth and innovation. On behalf of my fellow board members, thank you for joining us in the journey. Forever LSU,

Gary L. Laborde (BA General College, 1978) Chairperson of the Board of Directors

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS OFFICERS Gary L. Laborde • New Orleans, La. Chairperson of the Board T. Cass Gaiennie • Shreveport, La. Chairperson-Elect of the Board G. Lee Griffin • Baton Rouge, La. President and Chief Executive Officer William L. Silvia Jr. • Baton Rouge, La. Corporate Secretary EX OFFICIO F. King Alexander President and Chancellor LSU William B. Richardson Vice President of Agriculture and Dean of the LSU College of Agriculture Jack M. Weiss Chancellor LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center

DIRECTORS Mark K. Anderson • Monroe, La. J. Herbert Boydstun • Baton Rouge, La. J. Terrell Brown • Baton Rouge, La. Clarence P. Cazalot Jr. • Houston, Texas Robert H. Crosby III • New Orleans, La. Laura L. Dauzat • Marksville, La. William T. Firesheets II • Baton Rouge, La. Frank W. “Billy” Harrison III • Houston, Texas Charles A. Landry • Baton Rouge, La. Laura A. Leach • Lake Charles, La. David B. Means III • Mansfield, La. W. Henson Moore III • Baton Rouge, La. William B. Owens • Alexandria, La. James R. Peltier • Thibodaux, La. D. Martin Phillips • Houston, Texas Sean E. Reilly • Baton Rouge, La. John F. Shackelford III • Bonita, La. Jeffrey N. Springmeyer • Houston, Texas Robert M. Stuart Jr. • Baton Rouge, La. Sue W. Turner • Baton Rouge, La. Burton D. Weaver • Flora, La. Felix Weill • Baton Rouge, La. J. Lanier Yeates • Houston, Texas

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ALEXANDRA STRANGE LSU Foundation TigerTalker

Alexandra is part of a team of students who call LSU alumni to ask that they consider donating to the Flagship Annual Fund in the fall and to their former colleges and schools in the spring. Hometown: Houston, Texas Major: Marketing Career Plans: Graduate school, then corporate marketing Favorite Things to Do at LSU: Visit the new bookstore and meet up with friends on the Indian Mounds

“I believe LSU has prepared me both socially and academically to be successful in my career and personal life.”

At left, Alexandra at Mike the Tiger’s Habitat, one of her two favorite spots on campus—a tie with the Business Education Complex

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The LSU Foundation Laureate Society recognizes individuals, couples and organizations whose cumulative gifts to the LSU Foundation total $100,000 or more in support for LSU, the LSU AgCenter and the LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center. Introduced in November 2006, Laureate Society levels were named for individuals whose contributions to LSU laid the groundwork for the university’s success today.

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This list includes only those Laureate Society members who have given the LSU Foundation permission to publicly acknowledge their inclusion in this society; italics denote deceased members. Membership list is as of June 30, 2013, cumulative giving.

JOHN M. PARKER LAUREATE $10,000,000-$24,999,999

T. HARRY WILLIAMS LAUREATE $5,000,000-$9,999,999

Gov. Parker, who served as governor of Louisiana from 1920-24, began the “Greater University” movement that led to the foundation of the present-day campus, including moving LSU from North Baton Rouge. He also passed a 2 percent severance tax to support education.

History professor Williams brought international attention to LSU academics when he won the 1970 Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award for “Huey Long.” Williams was a lecturer extraordinaire and served on the LSU faculty for 38 years.

Baton Rouge Area Foundation Fund Donors Chevron Inc. Emmet and Toni Stephenson ExxonMobil Shell Oil Company

BP America, Inc. Irene W. & C.B. Pennington Foundation Schlumberger

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TROY H. MIDDLETON LAUREATE $1,000,000-$4,999,999 As LSU president, Middleton helped restore LSU’s financial and academic reputation after a series of scandals in the 1930s. Boyd Professorships were created during his tenure. Despite a stellar military career, Middleton called his time at LSU his “most satisfying and rewarding.”

AT&T Foundation Carol Albritton Biedenharn Mr. Charles L. Barney Burden Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Cambre Dr. and Mrs. Clarence P. Cazalot Jr. ConocoPhillips Devon Energy Corporation The Dow Chemical Company Entergy Art E. Favre Jim and Cherie Flores Mrs. Alta V. Franks Freeport-McMoRan Foundation Friends of Rural Life Museum Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Galante Alfred C. Glassell Gordon and Mary Cain Foundation Billy and Ann Harrison III Mr. and Mrs. John P. Laborde Carole and Charles W. Lamar III Mr. and Mrs. Anthony C. Leach Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Harry J. Longwell The Douglas Manship Family Marathon Oil Company Jonathan and Maggie Martin Mr. and Mrs. Roy O. Martin III Mr. and Mrs. James E. Maurin Jerry McKernan Mr. Ronald E. and Dr. Mary E. Neal Dr. James R. and Ann A. Peltier Dee Dee and Kevin P. Reilly Mr. and Mrs. William W. Rucks IV Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Schmitt Perry J. Segura Bingham C. Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Patrick F. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Bert S. Turner 12

STEELE BURDEN LAUREATE $500,000-$999,999

A master landscaper and arborist, Burden designed and facilitated much of Baton Rouge's green space. The LSU campus is a testament to his love for the land. Many of LSU's live oak and magnolia trees, valued at $50 million, were planted by Burden in the 1930s.

American Sugar Cane League America's WETLAND Foundation Dr. Mary Lou Applewhite A. K. and Shirley Barton John W. Barton Sr. BASF Corporation Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana Foundation Campanile Charities Campus Federal Credit Union Contractors Educational Trust Fund Coypu Foundation E.I. DuPont denemours & Company Fluor Corporation Gardner Denver, Inc. Adolphe G. Gueymard Mark R. and Carolyn Campbell Guidry Halliburton Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Harrison Jr. IBM International Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Keller KPMG Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Ulyesses J. LeGrange Don and Pat Lyle McMains Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. McNeil Mr. and Mrs. John B. Noland Roger H. Ogden Mr. and Mrs. D. Martin Phillips Mr. Francis "Buzz" Raborn Mr. and Mrs. Oliver G. Richard III Nadine C. Russell Jane and Denny Shelton Josef Sternberg Memorial Fund Taylor Porter Brooks & Phillips, LLP Tidewater Inc. Walter Lantz Foundation Mr. John G. Turner and Mr. Jerry G. Fischer Mr. and Mrs. Rick Wolfert Milton Womack and Margaret Womack Hart


R. OLIVIA DAVIS LAUREATE $250,000-$499,999

Davis was the first woman to receive a degree from LSU. She earned a master’s degree in mathematics in 1905. The next year, 31 women enrolled.

Eric L. Abraham American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists (La. Division) Mary and Oscar Andras Arkansas Veterinary Medical Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James J. Bailey III Mr. and Mrs. Byrd M. Ball George W. Barineau III John Q. Barnidge Baton Rouge Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Marian Wilfert Beauchamp Jeff H. Benhard Clark and Laura Boyce Julian R. and Sidney N. Carruth Dudley and Beverly Coates Mr. and Mrs. Lodwrick M. Cook Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Crosby III Julian A. and Doris Westmoreland Darden Deloitte Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Deumite Jerry and Nancy Dumas Richard V. and Seola A. Edwards Clarence M. Eidt Jr. Enterprise Products Partners, L.P. Ernst & Young Foundation Charlene M. Favre Formosa Plastics Corporation Friends of the LSU Museum of Art Georgia Gulf Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Gerard Daniel B. Heard Patricia C. Hewlett Hollingsworth-Richards Auto Group Dr. Dominique G. Homberger Richard and Katherine Juneau Kean Miller Hawthorne D'Armond McCowan & Jarman, LLP Elena Rodgers LeBlanc Donna Wright Lee Liskow & Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Lipsey Dr. and Mrs. Alfredo Lopez Louisiana Chemical Association Louisiana Public Facilities Authority Louisiana Veterinary Medical Association Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center McDermott Inc. Monsanto Company & Monsanto Fund

Mrs. A.J.M. "Bubba" Oustalet Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. O'Shields Dr. Ruth Martin Patrick Mr. and Mrs. G. Allen Penniman Jr. Phelps Dunbar LLP Pulte Homes William and Gail Pryor Dr. Robert S. Reich Mr. and Mrs. Otha Charles Roddey Scripps Howard Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Jerry E. Shea Jr. Janice C. Silver Dr. Charles M. Smith Joe D. Smith Jr. Dr. and Mrs. William R. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Jeff N. Springmeyer Richard and Linda Sturlese Mr. and Mrs. Martin Svendson Mr. John G. Turner and Mr. Jerry G. Fischer Cyril and Tutta Vetter Vinson & Elkins L.L.P. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Elton G. and Jo Ellen L. Yates

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GEORGE M. GRAHAM LAUREATE $100,000-$249,999

Often called the “Father of LSU,” Graham was the first chairman of the board of trustees of the fledgling Louisiana State Seminary of Learning, which became LSU.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Adamek Air Products Jerry W. Affolter Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Alford Ms. Katherine C. Annison Ellen and Paul Arst A. Wilbert's Sons, L.L.C. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Barré Gray and Angelique Barrow Ram N. Bhatia Biedenharn Foundation John and Judith Blackman Mr. and Mrs. Brent James Boé Mr. David B. Braddock Dianne and John B. Brock III Tom and Virginia Bromley The Brookhill Foundation Mr. and Mrs. J. Terrell Brown Mr. Robert J. Bujol C.J. Brown/Latter & Blum Cajun Industries, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Williajm N. Calhoun Jr. Ms. Carol M. Calkins William A. and Ann R. Callegari Mrs. Jules A. Carville Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Johnston Harman Chandler Cleco Corporation Bill and Shelby Conti Construction Industry Advisory Council Mr. and Mrs. Dewey W. Corley Mr. and Mrs. Scott H. Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Crow Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Cothren Sr. Judge D. Irvin Couvillion Cultural Services of the French Embassy Louis D. Curet Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Daigle George A. Daniels The Honorable and Mrs. Jackson B. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Ruben J. Dauzat Mrs. Susan H. Dawson Jacques and Paula de la Bretonne Delta Gamma Foundation Judge James L. Dennis Diamond Offshore Drilling, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John Douthat Environmental Technical Sales Inc. 14

Ernest R. and Iris M. Eldred ETEC - Ronnie Hebert, President Mr. and Mrs. A. Bridger Eglin Keith and Karen Evans Honorable and Mrs. Randy L. Ewing Calvin C. Fayard Jr. Cynthia Felder Fayard William and Rene Firesheets II Brett & Renee Furr Gerry Lane Enterprises Greater Baton Rouge Association of Realtors, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. G. Lee Griffin Dr. Michael G. Griffith Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Groves Jr. Mr. Gregory M. Guidry Pamela O'Niell Moore Hamel & George F. Hamel Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Holt B. Harrison Robert H. and Corinne P. Harvey Cordell and Ava Haymon Brian and Barbara Haymon Heck Industries Inc. Craig Hendrix John A. Hollinshead The Hubert Charitable Foundation, Baton Rouge, LA Huie Dellmon Trust Internal Auditing Academic Advancement International Center for Journalists Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Jolly Jones Walker Waechter Poitevent Carrere & Denegre Dr. Charles and Elise Kaufman George A. Khoury Jr. Kenneth and Louise Kinney Mrs. Edith Kilgore Kirkpatrick Joseph A. Kleinpeter Kleinpeter Farms Dairy, LLC Kip Knight Koch Industries/Georgia Pacific Lucien and Peggy Laborde Dr. and Mrs. Edward A. Laws David and Betty Laxton Long Law Firm LLP Louisiana Academy of Veterinary Practice, Inc. Louisiana Farm Bureau Foundation, Inc. Louisiana Mosquito Control Association Mr. Laurent C. Lutz Jr. Chancellor and Mrs. Michael V. Martin


Dr. and Mrs. Calvin C. Mattax Don and Sally McGinty Mr. and Mrs. W. Shelby McKenzie MMR Constructors Inc. The Mosaic Company Walter and Jennifer Morales Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Morris Jr. Roger and Marcia Moser Mr. and Mrs. Hermann Moyse III Sarah P. Munson Dr. and Mrs. Paul W. Murrill Nestle Purina Pet Care Newfield Exploration Company Mr. Eiad M. Odeh and Mrs. Mary E. Roper Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center William and Nancy Owens Janice and Gerald Pellar Donald L. Peltier Sr. Mr. Edward B. Picou Jr. M.R. Pittman Group, LLC PPG Industries Foundation Preis & Roy PLC G. Frank Purvis Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Reid Jennifer Eplett and Sean Reilly Mr. and Mrs. Matthrew S. Robinson Michael D. Robinson Robinson Brothers Mrs. Eva Rodriguez Satake Corporation L. Cary Saurage II SCAVMA Pet Fare Schreier-Edisen Foundation Dr. and Mrs. William L. Senn Jr. John and Rose Ann Shelton Jr. Andrew J. Shoup Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Siess Jr. J. Noland Singletary Sr. Dr. William S. Slaughter III and Dr. Christel C. Slaughter Mr. and Mrs. Allen L. Smith Jr. Society for Social Studies of Science South East Marketing Michael R. and Carol Todd Stamatedes State Farm Companies Foundation William and Connie Stone Carl J. Streva

Dr. Marvin E. Stuckey Dr. James M. Syler Jr. The Virginia Martin Howard Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Mehmet T. and Karen N. T端may Tyan Computer Corporation U.S. Poultry & Egg Association Mrs. Alverdy Veron and J. Michael Veron Mr. and Mrs. Burton D. Weaver Jr. Dr. and Mrs. K. Mark Weaver Armour C. Winslow Gary R. Wooley Thomas and Juliet Youngblood Zen-Noh Grain Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zuschlag

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“Thank you for investing in my future.� Cody King Kevin Moore Scholarship College of Humanities & Social Sciences

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Membership in the LSU Foundation’s 1860 Society is awarded to anyone who submits documentation—through a letter of intent or a copy of the relevant portion of one’s will—naming the LSU Foundation as a beneficiary in his or her estate. Gifts can include trusts, insurance policies, annuities and retirement plans, among other options. www.lsufoundation.org/plannedgiving

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The 1860 Society began in 1993. In the following membership list, boldface denotes charter members; italics denote deceased members. Dr. Hal Aaslestad Robert and Claudia Adley Mark K. Anderson Dr. Mary Lou Applewhite George M. and Patricia W. Armstrong Paul and Ellen Arst Sanford A. Arst Fred and Jan Atchity Anna Marie Baer Mr. William B. Baggett Sr. William and Frances Beck, PhD Dr. Bonnie D. Belleau Thomas and Gaye Bennett Patricia K. Benoit Scott M. and Ruth Bergeron James M. Bernhard Jr. Juanita M. Berryman Mr. George C. and Mrs. Merritt Betts Jamie Blair Bice Robert D. and Barbara Biggs Ruth Anne Bindursky Mrs. Bess K. and Dr. Charles Black Lee and Cindy Bloch Sybil F. Boizelle Dr. Roselyn B. Boneno Bert R. and Judith Irene Boyce Robert J. Boyle William J. and Karen G. Brack Joanne B. and Lynnwood J. Brassett, MD John C. Burch Mrs. Jean P. Burt John R. and Suetta Busenlener Susan Marshall Buzick Claire L. Cagnolatti Carol Calkins Kathryn P. Callahan William and Ann Callegari Mr. Earnest Dare Campbell and Mrs. Janie Campbell

Cathy H. Caplan, PhD Jeffrey K. and Wendy W. Carbo William G. Castle Jr. and Mrs. Debra Castle A. Duchein Cazedessus Dr. Doyle Chambers Don M. and Jan S. Chance Ms. Kelly Cherry Mr. David E. Chozen Suzanne and Doug Christensen Alma Beth Clark Sarah Clayton Mr. Marvin R. Clemons Allen E. Cohen Max Z. Conrad Lodwrick M. Cook Kenneth C. and Carolyn G. Corkum Elizabeth Perry Courville Mr. John L. and Mrs. Kathryn Creed Mr. R. Gale Creed Allen Crow Kurt and Gene Anne Culbertson Louis D. Curet Howard and Jaie Daigle Mr. George A. Daniels Andrea M. Daugherty Mrs. Susan H. Dawson Mona and Dave J. DeFelice Jr. Mr. Donald C. Delaune Elaine Delaune Mr. Allyn C. Donaldson Jr. Donna Atwood Duffy and William C. Duffy Jr. Gwendolyn G. Dugas Mr. John W. Dupuy Christopher and Eva Dyba Mrs. Mary Frey Eaton Clarence and Rosa Lee Eidt A. James Ensley Jay Ervin Farrar Dr. Cheryl and Mr. Peter Fasullo

Robert Wickliffe Fenet Natalie Fielding Diane J. Finley, MD Albert “Joey� Folse Jr. and Judith Anne Garretson Folse Mrs. Eunice M. Fontenot Gerald and Teri Fontenot Arlene V. Ford Dr. Eileen M. Skelly Frame and Dr. George M. Frame II Mr. Mark P. Freeman Jr. David H. Frid Mr. Scott J. Fruchter Dr. and Mrs. Dexter A. Gary Mrs. Virginia M. Gayle Mr. Lester C. Gerard J.C. (Sonny) Gilbert Mrs. Martha R. and Dr. Thomas Green Mr. and Mrs. G. Lee Griffin Mr. Michael G. Griffith Mr. Cesar A. Guerra Jr. Marshall W. Guidry Arthur and Judy Halbrook Regina and John M. Hamilton Mr. Stephen H. Harmon Jr. David and Nancy Harvey Mrs. Corinne P. Harvey and Robert H. Harvey Sherri Hayes Richard W. Hicks Sarah Lou Hill Tom Hill Lucy L. Hilton Elizabeth R. Holloway Jane Honeycutt Ellen and Tommy Hontzas Mrs. Lillian Fitzgerald Klettke Hoover Mary Hutcheson Dr. George and Mrs. Klileen Jones 19


W. Griffin “Griff” and Barbara Jones Craig and Lisa Juengling Richard and Katherine Juneau Janice Jurisich and William Leo Bishop Michael A. Katchmer Donald W. and Gayle A. Keller Dr. James L. and Mrs. Aileen Kelly Neil and Arlene Kestner William and Constance Kidd Lucien Paul Laborde Sr. and Mrs. Peggy Laborde Luke and Sonja Laborde Rene L. Latiolais Robert E. Leake Jr. Elena R. LeBlanc Bradley A. Leger Ms. Ana A. Litvinoff Harry and Norma Longwell Dr. Alfredo and Maria Lopez Loy R. (Pug) and Jeannie Lorren Dwight MacDonald, a.s.l.a. Shirley M. Mackie Carole and John Marshall Pamela A. Martin Shirley Mayhall Raymond and Opal McDuff Mr. Larry McKee Claude B. Melebeck Jr. Mrs. Elena Mickelson Mr. Ben R. Miller Jr. Benjamin and Leslie Miller III Jimmy L. and Doris McVicker Miller Hank and Cheryl Miltenberger John Boyd Mitchell, PhD Arthur S. Moles Cong. W. Henson and Carolyn Moore Virginia L. Mouw Markwell and Paulette Nager

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Dick and Judy Najolia Philip J. Neck David and Terri Nelson Mrs. Eleanor P. Newman Roger H. Ogden Lt. Col. Cary Frank Owen Daryl Ann Owens James H. Painter Mrs. Joye Lawrence Parker Geradette M. Patrick Golda Patrick Richard Peck Janice Pellar Dr. James R. and Ann Peltier Charles O. Peyton Cecil R. Phillips Edward B. Picou Jr. and Dan G. Armstrong Douglas P. Reed Keith Reeves Mike and Lea Ann Remondet Janice Whitaker Reuther and John Reuther Martha Taylor Richard James and Patti Richards Frederick “Rusty” Richardson William Richardson Percy E. “Rebel” Roberts May Rose Robertson Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Robicheaux Melissa Robinett, DVM and David Robinett Durinda Robinson Gwen Robinson James W. and Mrs. Winifred Robinson Linda J. Robinson Michael D. Robinson Eva Richardson Rodriguez Dean Ron and Jane Ross James P. and Ginger Roy Thomas and Darlene Ryder John W. Salisbury Jr. John and Toni Sardisco Alton and Hillery Scavo

Larry and Renee Scheetz Harvey and Betty Schwartzberg Mila and George Houston Sexton III Judith Stoddard Sherman Dr. Chester P. Siess Clay and Kathy Smilie Charles M. Smith, M.D. Mrs. Eula T. and Mr. Wedon T. Smith Gayle B. and John Rogers Smith Glynn D. and Annie Bell Smith Dr. Eugene C. St. Martin Mrs. Pauline Stanley Mr. Tom Stephens James R. Stewart Jr. Robert B. Stobaugh James and Nancy Moore Strenk Robert M. and Mrs. Dotty Stuart Mrs. Loretta C. and Dr. Marvin E. Stuckey Dean A. and Rosalind Sutherland Lemuel M. Thomas Beverly Brooks Thompson Mrs. Leonard C. Tobin Deborah Dunlevy Todd Stephen and Beth Tope Florence Ann Trappey Mrs. Mara Trotter Leonel E. and Helen L. Tustison Betty R. and Gene F. Van Norman Collin Vincent Mr. Wayne Vines Thomas A. and Virginia C. Waldrop Dr. Candace Warner Timothy and Nanci Weckwerth Scott H. Westbrook Mr. Harry J. Wilson Mary Jack Wintle Margaret Womack Hart William A. Womack Anne and Sit Wong J. Lanier and Marie Yeates Dr. Janet N. Younathan Linda and Ron Young


PLANNED GIVING ADVISORY COUNCIL David Alexander Shreveport, La. M. Thomas Arceneaux Shreveport, La. Elizabeth M. Ary New Orleans, La. Mona Becnel Baton Rouge, La. John C. Blackman Baton Rouge, La. Robert T. Bowsher Baton Rouge, La. Cheryl J. Bragg, CFP Metairie, La. Ben Broussard Baton Rouge, La. Judge Eugene W. Bryson Jr. Shreveport, La. Pete J. Cajoleas Jackson, Miss. John Cannizaro Mandeville, La. Bunnie R. Cannon, CFRE Baton Rouge, La. Carol O. Caplan New Orleans, La. Benjamin C. Capshaw, New Orleans, La. Benjamin D. Capshaw III, CFP, CIMA New Orleans, La. Joseph H. Combs Oklahoma City, Okla. Dustin Dowling Baton Rouge, La. Terry A. Dufrene, CFA New Orleans, La. Gina Dugas Baton Rouge, La. Jules D. Ellender, CFP Baton Rouge, La. Patrick M. Evans Houston, Texas Gwen Fairchild Baton Rouge, La. Christian Fatzer Jr. Mandeville, La. Nicole S. Fawley Baton Rouge, La. Jason W. Graham Baton Rouge, La. J. Darrell Green, LUTCF Lafayette, La. G. Lee Griffin Baton Rouge, La. Miriam Henry New Orleans, La. Jane Henslee Baton Rouge, La. Mary Hester Baton Rouge, La. Brent S. Honore Baton Rouge, La. Allen P. Jones Shreveport, La.

Kevin Knobloch Baton Rouge, La. Tracy Mandart, AWMA Pompano Beach, Fla. Don “Skipper” McAdams Jr. Baton Rouge, La. Michael J. McCoy Baton Rouge, La. John McDermott Baton Rouge, La. Jeff McLain Baton Rouge, La. Carey Messina Baton Rouge, La. Carole Cukell Neff New Orleans, La. Fred A. Palmer Prairieville, La. Dorsey Peek Baton Rouge, La. Rick Perry Baton Rouge, La. Bill Peters, MBA, CFP Baton Rouge, La. J. Edgerton Pierson Jr. Shreveport, La. Laura Poche Baton Rouge, La. Elizabeth Querbes Baton Rouge, La. Kimberly Lewis Robinson Baton Rouge, La. Mariska Roney New Orleans, La. Armand L. Roos Shreveport, La. Myron H. Schwitzer Dallas, Texas Carl J. Servat III Harahan, La. Jack A. “Bo” Smithwick Jr. Shreveport, La. Katherine S. Spaht Baton Rouge, La. Susan G. Talley New Orleans, La. Collis Temple III Baton Rouge, La. E. Robert Theriot III Houston, Texas Brent Thomas New Orleans, La. Cliff Vannoy Baton Rouge, La. Christian N. Weiler New Orleans, La. Jon L. Weinstein Dallas, Texas Michael Weitman Destin, Fla. Stephen R. Yancey Shreveport, La.

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PRITISHMA LAKHE LSU Foundation TigerTalker

Pritishma is in the top 10 TigerTalkers of all time, having raised more than $40,000 for LSU by calling alumni to ask them to consider making gifts.

Hometown: Kathmandu, Nepal Major: Chemical Engineering Career Plans: Job in the petrochemical industry, plus graduate school Favorite Things to Do at LSU: Lie on the Parade Ground, run around the LSU lakes, enjoy ice cream from the LSU Dairy Store

“LSU is giving me a great education and many opportunities to improve myself.�

At left, Pritishma in the Greek Amphitheatre, her favorite spot on campus

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MEMBERSHIP Members’ annual contributions to the LSU Foundation Operating Fund enable us to refine, enhance and expand fundraising resources at LSU, the LSU AgCenter and the LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center. Dues are $2,000 annually per individual or married couple (for joint membership). Associate membership is $1,000 annually per individual or married couple and is open to individuals under the age of 40 and LSU faculty and staff; up to half of an associate member’s gift may be restricted to other LSU purposes. Membership contributions may be made by an individual or by a company on behalf of the member. www.lsufoundation.org/membership

Life Members Mark K. Anderson Jeff Hals Benhard Robert H. and Kim Crosby III Ruben J. and Laura Dauzat Henry Goodrich G. Lee Griffin William L. "Bill" and Peggy Jenkins Gene W. Lafitte Charles Landry Joseph Lipsey Jr. James R. Peltier G. Frank Purvis Jr. Charles P. Siess Jr. Burton D. Jr. and Sue W. Weaver J. Lanier Yeates Donald J. Zadeck

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Adams and Reese, LLC Dick and Sherri Alario Hank F. and Frances Anderson I. Kent Anderson Reuel L. Anderson Jr. Scott L. Anderson Mary Lou Applewhite Peter W. and Alice F. Arbour Dennis Aucoin

James J. III and Laura Bailey Byrd M. and Alice Ball Boyd Barrilleaux Arthur K. III and Shirley Barton Marian Wilfert Beauchamp John and Mary Jane Becker Dr. and Mrs. Charles D. Belleau Mrs. Betty C. Bergin Robert E. Bethard Ann Bickham and B.L. Bickham, MD Bradley and Cindy Black John C. Blackman William D. Blake Barry O. Blumberg Sybil Boizelle Donald T. Bollinger Mr. David Bondy Jr. Daniel Bonnet Bryan and Renee Bossier Sr. Maj. Gen. Bill and Sally Bowdon Clark G. Boyce Jr. J. Herbert Boydstun John B. Brock III J. Terrell and Mary Kay Brown Stephen T. and Cathy Brown Claude and Bethia Bundrick John F. Burris Jim and Jill Burtner Carol M. Calkins Ronald C. Cambre Joseph Campbell Jr. Jeffrey K. and Wendy Carbo


James Carville Clarence Cazalot Philip and Elizabeth Cenac J. Harman and Renae Chandler Richard D. Jr. and Teeta Chappuis JPMorgan Chase Mr. and Mrs. R. Blake Chatelain Kerry J. Chauvin Joan and Purnell Choppin Donald W. Clayton Cindy and David Coffey Thomas and Peggy Collins William M. Comegys III A. Harry, Jr. and Joyce Conrad Lodwrick M. Cook Amy E. Counce Judge D. Irvin Couvillion James Crosby Louis D. Curet Donald H. Daigle Robert Daigle Wilton R. and Daisy B. Dale Bill and Cammie Dale Joseph A. D’Amico Debbie and John L. Daniel Jr. Garrett Hank Danos William D. Davis John S. and Judith S. Dryden Jerry D. and Nancy L. Dumas Gregory M. Eaton James and Jane Egasti A. Bridger Eglin Clarence Eidt Jr. Iris Eldred Keith J. Evans Patrick M. Evans Sidney B. and Joelle D. Evans Rosemary and Randy Ewing J. Nelson Fairbanks Cheryl and Peter Fasullo Art Favre Charlene Favre Calvin C. Fayard Jr. William T. II and René Firesheets J. Robert Fitzgerald James C. and Cherie H. Flores William S. Flores Jr. Richard L. and Shirley S. Flowers Michael R. and Elizabeth T.H. Fontham Gerald and Gayle Foret Lynn and Sharon Foret Larry Franceski Alta Franks John and Alice Frazier

Allen E. Frederic Jr. Sam Friedman T. Cass Gaiennie Cathie and Ed Galante Robert Galantucci Virginia Gayle Ted H. Glaser III Dudley and Melanie Glenn Ferd S. Godbold II Ronald R. Gonzales Gil Goodrich John Graham John B. Gremillion Jr. William D. Griffin James Hall John C. Hamilton Frankie S. Harris III Frank W. Harrison Jr. Frank W., III and Ann Harrison John and Terri Havens Cordell and Ava Haymon Brian and Barbara Haymon George and Deborah Hearne Albert and Judith Hermann William Herrington William L. III and Jean A. Higgins L. Leighton Hill Bill R. and Anne Warren Hise Jim and Corky Hutchison Stanley J. Jacobs Jeffrey B. James William Jernigan, PhD Craig and Shirley Jobe Bert Jones Jones, Walker, Waechter, Poitevant, Carrere & Denegere, L.L.P Brad and Melissa Juneau Frank H. Kean III Donald W. and Gayle A. Keller Kevin Kelty Marguerite Kingsmill Richard F. Knight Cliffe F. Laborde Gary L. Laborde John P. Laborde Lucien P. and Peggy Laborde Luke and Sonja Laborde Peter Laborde Tommy and Ann Laborde Judson and Margaret Landers Edmond J. Langhetee Jr. Ray and Madelaine Lasseigne René L. Latiolais Ron Lato

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Jack E. Lawton Jr. Laura Alexander Leach Kent and Louise Liliedahl Timothy and Karen Lindsey Richard A. Lipsey Harry J. and Norma Longwell Al Lopez Blaine Lourd Stuart D. Lunn Doug and Debra Lunn Jr. Jim and Margo Lynn Doug Manship Jr. Richard Manship Bob and Peggy Marin Dr. Ronald Marks Jonathan E. and Maggie Martin Mike and Jan Martin Phil Martin Jimmy and Lillian C. Maurin Roger May Thomas C. McBride Matt McCarroll John S. and Carla C. McClelland Robert P. McCleskey Jr. Jack McElligott James Donald McGinty Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. McInnis Jr. W. Shelby and Molly McKenzie Markham R. McKnight Wally and Andrea McMakin Michael A. and Cathey Meagher David B. Means III Rick and Janice Menniti Frank W. Miller Gordon and Debra Monk W. Henson and Carolyn Moore James W. Moore Jr. Sen. Willie Mount Mr. and Mrs. Hermann Moyse III Stephen Muckleroy Patrick and Tami Mulligan Leonard R. and Julie P. Nachman Ronald E. and Mary E. Neal Frank X. Neuner John B. and Virginia Noland Stuart and Kim Oden Roger H. Ogden Joseph B. and Tyke Olinde William B. Owens Rock and Kim Palermo Debbie and Bobby Patrick William C. Peatross The People Factor L. J., Jr. and Bernardine Persac

Robert L. Pettit Jr. Marty Phillips Rawlston D. and Linda Sue D. Phillips Dottie Reese Dee Dee Reilly Sean E. Reilly Charles W. Richardson Jr. Kevin C. Robert Roedel , Parsons, Koch, Blache, Balhoff & McCollister Armand L. and Lynn Roos A.J. Roy III Jim and Ginger Roy Frances Saladin Mr. and Mrs. Arthur N. Sample III Blanchard E. Sanchez Jr. Dr. Frank Sanchez Joe and Gina Sanford Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Schlesinger Schlumberger Technology Corporation Bart B. Schmolke Mark C. and Mary Schroeder Harvey and Betty Schwartzberg Steve and Sheri Scott William L. “Bill” and Renae R. Scott Alan and Rosalind Seicshnaydre Todd Sepulveda J. Darby Seré John F. Shackelford Jerry, Jr. and Beverly Shea John T. Shelton Jr. Andrew J. Shoup Jr. Joseph G. Simmons Jr. B. Bruce Simon Michael B. and Suzan D. Simpson Wayne L. Simpson J. Noland Singletary Charles M. Smith Eula Smith Glynn D. and Annie Bell Smith Jeff and Amie Springmeyer Mike and Carol Stamatedes Sherry S. St. Aubin Joseph Stein Jr. Lehrue, Jr. and Betty Stevens John Stovall Carl J. Streva Paul A. and Lyndra Strickland Robert M., Jr. and Donna C. Stuart Dr. Marvin Stuckey Richard M. Sturlese Dr. James M. Syler Jr. Byrum W. Teekell James Theus


John and Elizabeth Thomas Beverly Brooks Thompson Suzan Tillotson Kenneth W. Tipton Jr. Roland M. and Kay Toups Mrs. Sue Turner Thomas H. Turner Michiel Vandenbold Cyril and Tutta S. Vetter Donald J. Waguespack Mike Wampold III Robert D., Jr. and Claire Webb Charles S., III and Laura J. Weems Anthony J. and Jeanne Dupré Weido Felix R. and Lynn Weill Don and Katie Weir Donald E. Welge Van and Gail Whitfield Charles S. Williams Dr. W. Daniel & Mrs. Kay Harrison Williamson John M. and Edie Wilson Rick and Holly Wolfert Thomas W. and Cynthia Wood Russell and Cynthia Woodard Scott Woodward Thomas and Loretta Lowrey Woodward Thomas and Juliet Youngblood

Associate Members Dr. Jerry Baudin Stuart and Susan Bell Lee and Cindy Bloch John M. Budd Brent and Katherine Kennedy Burlette Rhett and Jennifer Butler Gary Byerly and Maud Walsh Bunnie Cannon Kevin Carman and Susan Welsh Frank Cartledge Dr. Vince D. Cataldo Karen and Jerry Ceppos Joey A. Chaney Ron Paul Cheramie Dr. W. David Constant Dr. Paul Coreil Sara Crow Christian D’Elia Karen A. Deville

Cary and Nancy C. Dougherty Gina M. Dugas Don L. Eisenberg Patti and Jerry Exner Gwen Fairchild Gaines Foster Edmund J. Giering IV John W. Grubb Andrew and Stacey Halphen Amanda Haralson and Thomas Livesay Andrew T. Harrison Frank W. Harrison IV Margaret C. Womack Hart Carl and Terry Herrick John Hightower Eli Jones Laurence D. Kaptain Kurt and Debra Keppler Kenneth L. and Judy Koonce Rick and Valerie Koubek Robert Kuhn Dr. Robert and Mindy Landry Ann Marie Marmande Yvette Marsh Jordan Marye Jarrod and Emily McGehee Jeffery and Leah McLain Benjamin D. “Dal” Miller III Mrs. Germaine Miller Randy and Mary Miller Wayne and Brenda Miller John and Laura Moffitt George T. Moss Elisabeth O’Beirne John D. Jr. and Allyson B. Pellegrin Mrs. Donald Peltier Pamela M. and Jay L. Perkins Thomas “Quinn” Rainwater Lee Rayner William B. Richardson Michael D. Robinson Theresa A. Russo, CPA William L. Silvia Jr. Jeremy and Kate Spikes Kevin P. and Donna K. Torres Rita and H.J. “Jesse” Walker Jack Weiss Harris and Shelley Favre Zeringue

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“Thanks to your generous contributions, I can continue to pursue my dream of helping our animal companions.� Arturo Otamendi Louisiana Veterinary Medical Association Outstanding Student Award School of Veterinary Medicine

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CORPORATE AND FOUNDATION RELATIONS Selected Partnerships

Sarah Edwards Senior Director for Corporate and Foundation Relations

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Michelle Kasischke Associate Director for Corporate and Foundation Relations


Involvement with LSU allows corporate and foundation partners to gain visibility as an employer of choice, a community citizen and a benefactor. The LSU Foundation’s Corporate and Foundation Relations team facilitates university-wide partnerships with corporations and private foundations in the areas of recruiting, research, education, outreach, employee training, environmental action and marketing. Corporations and foundations support LSU in a host of ways, through annual giving, matching employees’ gifts, service to community projects, and support of events, leadership initiatives, scholarships and facilities. Among the many areas of support provided last year were: Annual Giving Chevron, through its University Partnership Program, gave $860,000 to programs campus-wide, including Career Services, College of Engineering, College of Science, E. J. Ourso College of Business and the LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center. Shell gave $151,500 in support of Career Services, College of Engineering, College of Science, E. J. Ourso College of Business, Honors College and Disability Services. Career Services BASF announced a $100,000 gift toward construction of the LSU Olinde Career Center, a multi-million dollar project that will bring together Career Services’ two current locations in a new, state-of-the-art environment better suited to prepare LSU students and alumni for their careers. Community Engagement Campus Federal sponsored Fall Fest, an opportunity for the campus community to celebrate the spirit of LSU with entertainment, fellowship and food on the Parade Ground, and provided support for LSU’s Rainmakers, faculty members who are nationally and internationally recognized for innovative research and creative scholarship, compete for external funding at the highest levels, and attract and mentor exceptional graduate students. Albemarle was a sponsor of LSU’s Spring Greening Day, through which students, staff and faculty participated in beautification projects on 12 campus sites, and provided support to the LSU Rural Life Museum, an open-air museum containing artifacts that exemplify everyday rural life through the 19th century. Program Support Fluor visited campus for the ribbon-cutting of the Fluor Industrial Safety Research Laboratory in the College of Engineering’s Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering. AT&T made a $300,000 donation to the Louisiana State Youth Opportunities Unlimited (LSYOU) program in the College of Human Sciences & Education to support the enhancement of a case-managed dropout prevention for 75 at-risk 9th grade students. Matching Gifts ExxonMobil employees, retirees and annuitants were recognized for giving more than $319,000 in support of LSU, which the ExxonMobil Foundation matched with a gift of $886,774. LSU celebrated the successful achievement of the National Math and Science Initiative’s $2 million matching gift challenge, through which NMSI matched $1 million in endowed support that was given to the LSU Foundation to sustain and grow the GeauxTeach Math/Science teacher preparation program.

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LEIGHANNA KINGVALSKY LSU Foundation TigerTalker

Hometown: New Orleans, Louisiana Major: Kinesiology Career Plans: Physical therapy and acting Favorite Things to Do at LSU: Attend sporting events with friends and walk around campus

“I’d like to own my own outpatient physical therapy clinic and be acting in my spare time. I feel that my education I have received at LSU will help me progress in my career.”

At left, LeighAnna in the Quad, her favorite spot on campus

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TOTAL FUNDRAISING ACTIVITY July 1, 2012, through June 30, 2013

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The LSU Foundation received more than $30 million in gifts and pledges during the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012, and ending June 30, 2013.

2012-13

2011-12

2010-11

Gifts, Gifts-in-Kind and Pledges

26,691,754

24,237,693

27,667,886

Planned Gifts

3,920,689

4,524,000

3,507,705

$28,761,693

$31,175,591

GRAND TOTAL

LSU Foundation Total Fundraising 2012-13

$30,612,443

A portion of total fundraising was in the form of endowments, which are a critical resource that provides a base from which perpetual funding is drawn for university support.

ENDOWMENT GIFTS $6,019,290 2012-13

$9,846,583

$8,394,971

2011-12

2010-11

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TOTAL ASSETS As of June 30, 2013

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The market value of the total assets of the LSU Foundation at June 30, 2013, was approximately $568 million. Total assets include LSU Foundation endowed and non-endowed assets managed for the benefit of LSU, the LSU AgCenter and the LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center, as well as physical and financial assets of the Foundation that are not part of the pooled investment programs. The LSU Foundation also manages endowed and non-endowed funds on behalf of certain other LSU support organizations (i.e., LSUAlexandria Foundation, LSU-Eunice Foundation and the Tiger Athletic Foundation). As of June 30, 2013, the Foundation’s total assets were composed of: LSU Foundation Investment Assets Other LSU Foundation Assets Investment Assets Managed on Behalf of Other LSU Support Organizations

$487.93 million $ 49.47 million $ 30.37 million

600.00 550.00 500.00 450.00

Millions

400.00 350.00 300.00 250.00 200.00 150.00 100.00 50.00 Total Assets

FY 03-04

FY 04-05

FY 05-06

FY 06-07

FY 07-08

FY 08-09

FY 09-10

FY 10-11

FY 11-12

FY 12-13

355.13

377.53

409.44

499.90

511.38

446.11

475.18

538.05

532.98

567.78

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“Thank you for inspiring my dreams.�

Madaline King James Bolner and Dudley Rochelle Carter Scholarship College of Humanities & Social Sciences

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GENERAL ENDOWED PERFORMANCE July 1, 2012, through June 30, 2013

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The purpose of an endowment is to provide a source of perpetual funding. As such, endowment investing is a long-term proposition. Market fluctuations are expected, making longer-term returns more relevant to consider than the returns for a particular year. The LSU Foundation provides investment performance data to the National Association of College and University Business Officers for its annual endowment study. In comparison to those of its peer institutions, the LSU Foundation’s endowed pools perform favorably over longer-term timeframes. The five-year and 10-year returns of the general endowed pool have outperformed the median returns of the peer group. Performance for the General Endowed Portfolio for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2013, is presented in the bar chart below. Total return for the year was +11.1 percent.

12% 11.1%

10% 9.1%

8% 7.1%

6%

4.1%

4%

2%

0% Fiscal Year 12-13

3-Year Annualized

5-Year Annualized

10-Year Annualized

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GENERAL ENDOWED ASSET ALLOCATION July 1, 2012, through June 30, 2013

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The LSU Foundation invests endowed funds that are not related to the Board of Regents Support Fund (for matched chairs and professorships) in its General Endowed Portfolio. The General Endowed Portfolio reflects a diversified asset allocation strategy, as displayed in the pie chart below. The General Endowed Portfolio’s asset allocation is set forth at the sole discretion of the Foundation’s Board of Directors, as advised by the internal investment staff and the external investment consultant. The asset allocation shown is as of June 30, 2013.

Diversifying Strategies 19.9%

Global Fixed Income 21.4%

Global Real Assets 19.4% Global Equity 39.3%

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CESSALI FOURNIER LSU Foundation TigerTalker

Hometown: Knoxville, Tennessee Major: Communication Studies Career Plans: News reporting Favorite Things to Do at LSU: Take part in campus events, especially at the Union Theater

“I have met so many great people who have mentored and guided me in the right direction. My classes have prepared me and refined the skills necessary for my career, and I have networked with so many great people currently in the field that I am pursuing.�

At left, Cessali on the Parade Ground, her favorite spot on campus

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BOARD OF REGENTS SUPPORT FUND PERFORMANCE July 1, 2012, through June 30, 2013

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The Board of Regents Support Fund Combined Portfolio is composed of endowed gifts that are matched through the Board of Regents’ matching program for chairs and professorships, as well as of the related matching funds received from the state. The five-year returns of this portfolio have outperformed the median returns of the peer group as a positive outcome of meaningful policy changes that began more than five years ago, with the most sweeping changes made effective in January 2013. Performance for the Board of Regents Support Fund Combined Portfolio for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2013, is presented in the bar chart below. Total return for the year was +11.9 percent.

12%

11.9%

10.3% 10%

8% 6.5% 6% 4.8% 4%

2%

0% Fiscal Year 12-13

3-Year Annualized

5-Year Annualized

10-Year Annualized

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BOARD OF REGENTS SUPPORT FUND ASSET ALLOCATION July 1, 2012, through June 30, 2013

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Funds in this portfolio must be managed in accordance with the Board of Regents’ investment policy, which differs from the LSU Foundation’s policy for its General Endowed Portfolio. The asset allocation shown is as of June 30, 2013.

Global Real Assets 5.1%

Diversifying Strategies 9.9%

Global Fixed Income 30.2%

Global Equity 54.8%

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Philanthropy is a game changer. Thank You

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FOUNDATION 3838 West Lakeshore Drive • Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70808 (225) 578-3811 • (800) 452-7928 • www.lsufoundation.org


2012-13 Giving Report  

A summary of donor support received during the 2012-13 fiscal year

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