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2013-2014 Annual Report of Giving


Table of Contents Message from the UNM President

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Message from the UNM Foundation Leadership

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UNM Foundation Board of Trustees

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The Year in Numbers

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Changing Worlds 2020: The Campaign for UNM

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# Lobovision

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Leaders in Philanthropy Endowments

Photo: David Benyak

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Tom L. Popejoy Society

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New Horizons Society

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Gifts to the University of New Mexico

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Ways to Give to UNM

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UNM Foundation Information

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From the UNM President

Robert G. Frank ’74 BS ’77 MA ’79 PhD Photo: Kim Jew

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t UNM, our eyes are always on the future, and at the UNM Foundation, we are likewise taking philanthropy forward. Forward through the more than 34,000 private gifts received this past year. Forward through the 57 new endowments set up to fund future scholarships and other programs. Forward because of the recent graduates who’ve chosen to become budding philanthropists by joining the Cherry & Silver Society (see page 34). And forward by building on the University’s 125 years of excellence in education and research for the people of New Mexico and beyond. Those 34,000 private gifts totaled an incredible $87,630,520. On behalf of everyone at UNM, I sincerely thank every alumnus, friend, corporation, foundation and group for this outpouring of support.

This past February 28, UNM’s 125th anniversary, I announced a refresh of our campaign name to Changing Worlds 2020: The Campaign for UNM with an increased goal of $1 billion. I am pleased to share that as of June 30, 2014, donors like you have contributed an astounding $658,449,625 to our campaign since 2006 to shape the future through UNM. The diversity of ideas that is foundational to the success of New Mexico’s flagship university is evident in your philanthropy. Your interests range from supporting student success and patient care to funding research and scholarships, and from improving our campus to improving our state. An example of a unique, wonderful gift is the collection of world-class art received this year through The Mandelman-Ribak Foundation of Taos (see page 10). Donors inspire other donors. The founding grant by New Mexico Educators Federal Credit Union was critical for Innovate ABQ (see page 12), and now other partners have joined this exciting project, helping us address two of our UNM 2020 goals—“Advance discovery and innovation” and “Accelerate economic development.” Read more about UNM 2020 online at unm2020.unm.edu. The momentum of your generosity to the University is inspiring. Your continued support makes a real difference in the lives of countless students, now and in the future, and helps us all take philanthropy forward at UNM. Robert G. Frank President, The University of New Mexico

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U N M F o u n d a t i o n B o a r d o f Tr u s t e e s

board of trustees Larry Abraham

Lynn Mosher J

Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, 2012-2016

Laurie Moye

Assistant Treasurer

from the UNM Foundation leadership

Carl Alongi Chair

Albuquerque, 2006-2018

Laura Hueter Bass Q Placitas, N.M., 2006-2014

Gary Beal

Hobbs, N.M., 2011-2015

Douglas Brown Q

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ith this report, the UNM Foundation celebrates you, valued alumni and friends of the University of New Mexico, and your gifts during the past fiscal year, July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2014. Each act of your generosity makes UNM a more vital, creative, responsive flagship university, both now and in the future. We’re here to help you take your philanthropy forward. The UNM Foundation’s success is a reflection of the people with whom we collaborate. The excellence of UNM students, faculty, campus leaders, researchers and health care professionals inspires people like you to give to the University. You all came together this past year to invest more than $87.6 million in support of UNM students, faculty, patient care, research and much more. For this, we sincerely thank you.

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2012-2014

Brian Colón

President, UNM Alumni Association 2014-2015

Michelle Coons

Board Vice Chair/Chair Elect

Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, 2007-2015

John Cordova Q

Ryan Mummert J

Albuquerque, 2014-2018

Henry Nemcik

President and CEO, UNM Foundation 2010 - Present

Anthony Pachelli, MD J Albuquerque, 2014-2016

Sherry Prud’homme Parsons Taos, N.M., 2013-2016

Kimberly Peña

Albuquerque, 2011-2015

Steve Petranovich Gallup, N.M., 2007-2015

Dorothy Rainosek Secretary

Albuquerque, 2011-2015

Nancy Ridenour

Orcilia Zúñiga Forbes, PhD

2012-2015

Portland, Ore., 2008-2016

Jack Fortner UNM Regent

Farmington, N.M.

Gus Foster

We believe that the UNM Foundation is where generosity meets excellence at UNM. That will never change. It is truly remarkable what we can do together, one gift at a time, here at UNM.

Geraldine Forbes Isais

Henry Nemcik President and CEO, UNM Foundation

Albuquerque, 2012-2016

Albuquerque, 2006-2014

In addition, we are also pleased to report that for the first time ever the UNM Endowment (also known as the Consolidated Investment Fund) has surpassed $400 million (see page 4). This milestone is especially meaningful as we track toward our UNM 2020 goal of growing the endowment to $500 million by 2020.

Carl Alongi Chair, UNM Foundation Board of Trustees

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Dean, UNM Anderson School of Management

Corrales, N.M., 2014-2018

Taos, N.M., 2007-2015

Robert G. Frank

President, University of New Mexico

Gary L. Gordon

Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, 2004-2016

Dean, UNM School of Architecture and Planning 2014-2016

Mark Lesher, MD Q Albuquerque, 2007-2014

Stephen C. Mitchell Q Chicago, Ill., 2013-2014

Dean, UNM College of Nursing

Tommy Roberts J

Farmington, N.M., 2014-2018

Kurt L. Roth

New York, N.Y., 2012-2016

Randy Velarde National Vice Chair

Houston, Texas, 2011-2015

Anne Yegge Q

Albuquerque, 2002-2014

Judy Zanotti

Albuquerque, 2013-2016

Q End of Service Term June 30, 2014

J Term began July 1, 2014 2014-2015 officers’ names in gold


Photo: Maria Wolfe

U N M F o u n d a t i o n B o a r d o f Tr u s t e e s

Before their May 2014 meeting, many members of the UNM Foundation Board of Trustees pose in front of Hodgin Hall in celebration of UNM’s 125th anniversary year. Front row, left to right: Gus Foster, Sherry Prud’homme Parsons, Henry Nemcik, Laura Hueter Bass, John Cordova, Michelle Coons, Orcilia Zúñiga Forbes, Carl Alongi, Dorothy Rainosek, Robert G. Frank. Back row, left to right: Randy Royster (past president of the UNM Alumni Association), Anne Yegge, Gary Beal, Laurie Moye, Kurt L. Roth, Steve Petranovich, Gary L. Gordon, Mark Lesher, Douglas Brown.

Former Board Chairs Gary L. Gordon, 2011-2013

Robert L. Bovinette, 2005-2007

Ann Rhoades, 1998-2000

Anne Yegge, 2009-2011

Robert M. Goodman, 2002-2005

Dick Morris, 1996-1998

Thelma Domenici, 2007-2009

Mary D. Poole, 2000-2002

Wayne Davenport, 1994-1996

Maralyn Budke, 1992-1994 Maxine Friedman, 1988-1992

Jerry Geist, 1984-1988 Jack Rust, 1980-1984

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T h e Ye a r i n N u m b e r s

Private Giving FY 2013-2014

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ore than $87.6 million in private support was given to the University of New Mexico during the July 1, 2013 June 30, 2014 fiscal year. Along with you, more than 14,300 donors provided in excess of 34,880 gifts, proving that the future of student success, excellent patient care, outstanding faculty and cutting-edge research are highly valued at UNM.

Consolidated Investment Fund FY 2013-2014 T

Gifts and Pledges by Purpose Donor Restrictions Student Financial Aid

11%

Public Service Library

1%

9%

31%

Academic Divisions

20%

Private support includes gifts and pledges received for the benefit of UNM’s students, schools, colleges, departments and programs. Your generosity changes worlds daily at the University of New Mexico. We are grateful for your trust, and thank you for your gifts.

Unrestricted

Gifts and Pledges by Source

Research

9% 1%

Athletics

0%

13%

Physical Plant

5%

Faculty & Staff

private support totals

$100M

Total $87,630,520 Corporations

20.5%

($18M)

Other Organizations

19.3%

($16.9M)

Alumni and Friends

34.0%

($29.8M)

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Foundations

26.2%

($22.9M)

he UNM Board of Regents has delegated authority to the UNM Foundation Investment Committee to oversee and manage the endowment assets of the University and the Foundation. The pooled assets are combined for investment purposes and operated as a unitized pool known as the Consolidated Investment Fund (CIF). The CIF is managed in accordance with the Consolidated Investment Fund Investment Policy, which is approved by both the UNM Foundation Board of Trustees and the UNM Board of Regents.

Other Restricted

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CIF investments are guided by the concept of complementary managers who are responsible for specific asset categories and management styles in a diversified portfolio (see “CIF Asset Allocation” chart on facing page). The CIF finished the year with a market value of approximately $415.2 million, compared to $358.4 million a year ago, and an investment return of 16.7 percent, as compared to 11.3 percent the previous fiscal year. In addition to customary investment management expenses, a Development Funding Allocation (DFA) of 1.4 percent of the market value was assessed against each participating fund in the CIF for FY 2013-2014 to assist with operational expenses. The 1.4 percent DFA was reduced from 1.85 percent the prior year as a result of increased institutional support.


T h e Ye a r i n N u m b e r s

CIF asset allocation

cif market value

$500M

Marketable Alternatives

Fixed Income and Cash

18.7%

14.9%

$400M Private Equity

13.2%

Real AssetsLiquid

4.2%

Real AssetsIlliquid

International Equity

4.1%

U.S. Equity

22.4% 22.5%

$283.2

$336.0 $329.5 $358.4

$415.2

$300M $200M $100M

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CIF Spending Distribution by Donor-Designated Purpose

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Buildings & Equipment

1.7% Libraries

Student Support

49.4%

Programs

0.6% 12.5%

Performance as of 6/30/2014

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UNM CIF

16.7%

9.5%

11.5%

Benchmarks

16.3%

8.5%

10.9%

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Faculty Support

27.2%

Gift Annuities Research

7.9%

0.7% Photo: Todd Staats

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T h e Ye a r i n N u m b e r s

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he UNM Foundation (UNMF) complies with various standards when reporting private gifts, depending on the purpose of the report and the requirements of the requesting organization.

This UNMF Annual Report of Giving reports the total effort of the UNM community in engaging private J

How We Report Your Gifts FY 2013-2014

donors. Using Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) campaign counting methods, qualifying bequests, cash and in-kind gifts donated directly to UNM-affiliated units, as well as pledges meeting the criteria, are counted and recognized in the annual total.

J The UNMF’s audited financial statements report your gifts in accordance with Generally Accepted

Accounting Principles (GAAP). Unlike campaign reporting, gifts of bequests, cash and in-kind gifts donated directly to UNM-affiliated units, as well as pledges outside the criteria for GAAP, are omitted.

J Additionally, we participate in the Voluntary Support for Education Survey (VSE), which requires only

gifts of cash and cash equivalents be reported.

Given their differing objectives, each of these standards reports the gifts received by UNM differently. Campaign reports are distributed monthly and through this Annual Report of Giving. Our audited financial statements and a link to VSE report totals are available on our website, unmfund.org. We welcome your questions at (505) 277-4503.

Gift commitments by fiscal year

FY 2012-2013

FY 2013-2014

Reported on financial statements Cash/Cash Equivalents (GAAP) In-Kind Gifts (GAAP) Pledges (GAAP)

$31,032,748

$25,039,701

N/A

$3,097,236

$652,003

$1,307,185

Not reported on financial statements, but recognized as campaign gifts: Cash/Cash Equivalents (Reported by UNM)

Photo: Bruce Cramer

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$20,915,026

$23,875,468

In-Kind (Campaign reporting standard)

$9,831,358

$17,161,454

Pledges (Campaign reporting standard)

$2,158,500

$209,079

Testamentary Gifts (Campaign reporting standard)

$17,008,982

$16,940,397

TOTAL GIFT COMMITMENTS

$81,598,617

$87,630,520


C h a n g i n g Wo r l d s 2 02 0 | T h e C a m p a i g n f o r U N M

Photo: John Clark

Building on our Momentum: Campaign for UNM extended to 2020

July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2014

$1B

$658M+

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ince 2006, nearly 62,000 generous donors like you have made Changing Worlds: The Campaign for UNM the largest fund-raising campaign in UNM history. As of June 30, 2014, alumni and friends of the University have given $658.4 million in support of scholarships, patient care, research and more. Your generosity inspired UNM leadership to build on this momentum to pair the energy of the campaign with UNM 2020, a plan that captures the creative thinking of faculty, staff, students and the broader UNM community to set UNM on a path to achieving the best outcomes now and for decades to come. (Visit unm2020.unm.edu online for more information.) Combining the UNM 2020 aspirations with the momentum of this campaign, we ramped up our campaign goal as of February 2014 to $1 billion by the end of 2020, and refreshed our campaign name to Changing Worlds 2020: The Campaign for UNM. Donors like you fuel the progress of scholarship, research, patient care and so much more through your gifts to UNM. We invite you to watch videos and read stories of UNM People Changing Worlds on our website, unmfund.org. We encourage you to continue to creatively imagine the possibilities for meaningful gifts to UNM. Whose world will you change?

61,771

Every Gift Counts

expanded campaign goal

305,606 gifts total

generous donors

$2,154.57 average gift size

Got #lobovision? Turn the page to see ours > Saya | Class of 2014

Well this happened. #ArchitectureGrad #UNM #lobovision

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# L o b o v i s i o n

#LOBOVISION

Social Media Campaign Gains Glimpse into UNM Student Experience

#Lobovision, a student social media campaign spearheaded by the UNM Foundation, was designed to collect amateur photography through Instagram (a social media photo-sharing app) from UNM students willing to share their “Lobo vision” with alumni and friends of the University. Some of these photos are featured here. Others appear among the donor lists on pages 28-38 of this report. Go Lobos!

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Kristin | Class of 2015

Jessica | Class of 2014

UNM College Enrichment Program cep.unm.edu | #CEPsters started

It’s official guys!!! #collegegrad #architecture #hellllllyessssss #lobovision

Un dia verde pero lluvioso. (A green day but it’s rainy.) #unm #albuquerque #lluvia #lobovision

Eric | Class of 2014 | Lobos on top of the world. Took this while checking out the first sunrise of spring. #unm #lobos #sandiacrest #landscape

Caitlin | Class of 2014 | This wraps up my whole semester. #lobovision

Stan | Class of 2014 | UNM SA+P

John | Class of 2014 and 2016 | UNM SA+P Los dos Lobos. #lobovision

UNM College Enrichment Program cep.unm.edu | Group Love #UNM #NSO #CEP #WeAreUNM #lobovision

#finals #sleepysunday #lobovision #zimmermangrind #hibernationjacket

the day #together! #UNM #StudentSuccess #EveryonesALobo

Adam | Class of 2015

Another spring day. #vscocam #albuquerque #unm #lobovision


# L o b o v i s i o n

Esther | Class of 2014

Tailgating at its best–3 Spaniards and a Kiwi ! #lobovision #golobos #everyoneisalobo

Rikki-Lee | UNM School of Law Class of 2014

“Holla” #graduation #friends #unmgrad2014 #unm #lobovision

Kyle | Class of 2016

Great night of @unmloboathletics supporting Lobo Volleyball vs. Texas and Lobo Soccer vs. Akron! #lobovision

Sierra | Class of 2016

How many Alpha Chi’s can you fit in a photo booth @unmsub? #AXΩ #UNMFNL #UNMGreeks #lobovision

Matthew | Class of 2013

Enjoying an afternoon game with co-workers. #lobobasketball #golobos #thePIT #burque #lobovision

Kara | Class of 2016

#unm #alumni bldg #walkingtour #lobovision

Adriana | Class of 2014

99 problems and a degree ain’t one! #unm #alum #lobos #welcometotheclub #lobovision

Aaron | Class of 2017

Back to the classroom. #UNM #SchoolOfArchitecture #GeorgePearlHall #lobovision

UNM College Enrichment Program

cep.unm.edu | Welcome our newest #Lobos to the #CEP #family! #changetheworld #lobovision

Kimberly | Class of 2009

It’s #LoboDay! Happy 125th b-day to unm! Woof, woof, woof! Wearing cherry and silver today for my alma mater H

Christopher | UNM SA+P Class of 2014 | Lunch with some of my favorite people and a nice walk home. #lobovision

Chi Lan | Class of 2018

To view more photos submitted during the #Lobovision campaign, please search #lobovision on Instagram on your smart phone or visit iconosquare.com/ tag/lobovision online. Everyone’s a Lobo. Woof woof woof!

A night walk always brings interesting stuff. #staircase #lobovision

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L e a d e r s i n P h i l a n t h r o p y | T h e M a n d e l m a n - R i b a k F o u n d a t i o n

The art of a Gift Historic Gift of Art to Benefit UNM Programs By Jennifer Kemp and Todd Staats

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here’s something artful about the way The Mandelman-Ribak Foundation chose to honor its artists, Beatrice (Bea) Mandelman and Louis Ribak, by giving their art a new life—and the way it selected UNM as the beneficiary of its purposeful unwinding. The result: a gift valued at nearly $8 million. To celebrate this extraordinary gift, the UNM Foundation hosted a reception this past May at the David Findlay Jr. Gallery in New York City, concurrent with the gallery’s exhibition Beatrice Mandelman: Taos Modernist, and a luncheon at University House in September. Both events served as tribute to the artists and expressed gratitude to the Taos, N.M.-based foundation, its board of directors and staff.

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This transformational gift was made 70 years after the two newly married New York artists moved to Taos in 1944—a move that would greatly affect their lives, art and legacy. Beatrice and Louis were already well known artists before moving to Taos. In the early 1930s and ‘40s, Louis regularly exhibited in New York. He participated annually in the Whitney Museum’s Exhibition of Contemporary Art , and in 1934 was chosen to represent the United States in the Venice Biennial. In addition, Louis assisted Diego Rivera on the Rockefeller Center lobby mural and worked with the Works Progress Administration (WPA) as a muralist. Beatrice also worked with the WPA, most notably as a printmaker in the Graphic Division of the New York Project. In the 1940s, her prints were included in exhibitions at the Chicago Art Institute, New York’s Museum of Modern Art and the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.

Her prints remain in these museums’ permanent collections today. While the couple’s move to Taos removed them from the mainstream art world, it gave them the freedom and inspiration to evolve their artistic styles and to truly begin anew. Captivated by Taos, they drew inspiration from its vast landscape, color and light, and they felt at home in the mountains and diverse cultures of northern New Mexico. When Louis died in 1979, he left behind an extensive body of work from the 1920s through the 1970s, which included paintings, drawings and hundreds of sketchbooks— artworks depicting a lifetime of observations of the natural world and reflecting a lifelong dedication to art. In 1997, Beatrice established The MandelmanRibak Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to the preservation of the couple’s artistic legacies and the support of the arts in New Mexico. The following year, Beatrice passed away


L e a d e r s i n P h i l a n t h r o p y | T h e M a n d e l m a n - R i b a k F o u n d a t i o n

“Mandelman and Ribak were pioneering artists in the modernist movement in New Mexico,” explained Alexandra Benjamin, executive director of The Mandelman-Ribak Foundation. “Bea was aware of their pivotal roles and sought to find a place that could preserve and make accessible their artworks and archives. In her own mind, that place was always the University of New Mexico.” This past June, The Mandelman-Ribak Foundation gifted its collection of more than 900 Mandelman and Ribak artworks and hundreds of sketchbooks, prints, drawings and personal papers to UNM. Many of the works will enhance UNM’s art museums, providing art researchers insight into the modernist painting movement in New Mexico. Over time other artworks will be sold to bring the work of Mandelman and Ribak to museums, galleries and collectors throughout the world, with proceeds benefiting

the art programs at UNM. The MandelmanRibak archive materials have been transferred to Zimmerman Library’s Center for Southwest Research and Special Collections. Once cataloged, these materials will be accessible to the University community, citizens of New Mexico, as well as researchers and scholars worldwide. “As the beneficiary of this gift, UNM will become stewards of this collection of unique and significant artwork and archival materials. It allows us to preserve and share the immense legacy of these two important artists with others,” explained UNM Associate Provost and Distinguished Professor of History Virginia Scharff. “This wonderful gift will not only enhance our knowledge of the modernist movement, but it will also make UNM a major repository for research by artists and historians.” “UNM is honored to be the beneficiary of this treasure,” said UNM President Robert G. Frank. “This gift honors the legacy of Bea and Louis, and will continue to benefit the students and programs of UNM into the future.”

his wife, Janet Frank; UNM Associate Provost and Distinguished Professor of History Virginia Scharff with Executive Director of The Mandelman-Ribak Foundation Alexandra Benjamin; UNM Foundation Board of Trustees

Member Gus Foster, Louis Salerno, Esq. and his wife, Michelle Cook, of New York and Taos; UNM alumnus and media mogul Ed Lewis of New York with Raquel LeCesne of the UNM Foundation. All photos by Chad Gayle

Photo: Justin Locke

at the age of 85, leaving behind thousands of paintings, prints, collages and works on paper, and a legacy of passionate dedication to art.

The UNM Foundation celebrated the art of Beatrice (Bea) Mandelman during an event in New York City. Left to right: a detail of one of Bea’s paintings; UNM President Robert G. Frank with

Beatrice Mandelman and Louis Ribak create art in their Taos, N.M. studio, 1949.

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Photo: Travis Mendoza

L e a d e r s i n P h i l a n t h r o p y | N e w M e x i c o E d u c a t o r s F e d e r a l C r e d i t U n i o n

innovate, ABQ!

Credit Union’s Gift to UNM Boosts Economic Collaboration Effort By Wendy Antonio and Todd Staats

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magine a place where you can live, work and play; where smart, creative people from diverse backgrounds bump into each other in the course of their day, and serendipitous collisions of ideas and actions are commonplace. That’s the idea behind Innovate ABQ, an economic collaboration project spearheaded by UNM to create a high-density innovation center and economic development district in downtown Albuquerque.

$4.84M

in gifts to UNM since 1985

$5M

in dividends returned to members

New Mexico Educators Federal Credit Union Serving New Mexicans’ financial needs since

1936

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The city and other government entities are now on board, but it was New Mexico Educators Federal Credit Union (NMEFCU) that stepped up as the first founding partner of Innovate ABQ with its $3 million gift in support of the project.

NMEFCU is a longtime supporter of UNM. Its giving is consistent and widespread. In fact, the member-owned financial cooperative has given almost $5 million in gifts to dozens of University programs since 1985, including the Presidential Scholarship Program, UNM Hospital and Children’s Hospital, Athletics, Colleges of Education and Nursing, Schools of Medicine and Law, Taos and Valencia campus programs and Popejoy Hall.

H A New Mexico Educators Federal Credit Union financial consultant assists members at the credit union’s branch office in the Student Union Building on the UNM campus in Albuquerque.

“New Mexico Educators Federal Credit Union is proud to be a founding partner of Innovate ABQ,” said NMEFCU President and CEO Terry Laudick. “This investment was made to improve the educational and economic opportunities for New Mexicans. A stronger, more viable community has a positive impact both for our members and everyone in the community.” “We can only go so far from an education and government perspective. Having a private partner is critical to making this venture work,” UNM President Robert G. Frank said. “New Mexico Educators Federal Credit Union is unrivaled in its vision, community support and leadership.” Innovate ABQ will promote opportunities for jobs by fostering entrepreneurship and innovation. Albuquerque already has key elements required for sustainable job creation: UNM, a nationally competitive research university with an associated teaching and research hospital; high research national laboratories; leadership from the city’s mayor, and a committed business community. This initiative combines these elements to create an economic ecosystem to nurture creativity and encourage job growth. “Innovate ABQ connects our local research community directly to private and government resources in a small, efficient environment,” said Laudick. “Based on early results from similar projects in other states, this collaborative approach is incredibly effective.”


L e a d e r s i n P h i l a n t h r o p y | S h a r o n a n d J e r r y G e i s t

Sustaining Student-Athlete Success

(1984-1988), also served as chair of the UNM Hospital board in the early days of the Health Sciences Center’s growth. Mindful of the value of participating in sports, he watched with great interest as the Lobo Center for Student-Athlete Success developed. The center provides study halls, computer labs, specialized instruction and advisement assistance. “Having been born and raised in New Mexico, both Sharon and I have a tremendous amount of passion for the state,” noted Jerry. “We decided, as a family, to make this gift to help young men and women come to UNM, receive a wonderful education, and go on to do great things athletically and academically.”

Planned Gift to UNM Athletics to Benefit Lobos for Years to Come

These dedicated fans have held football and basketball season tickets since UNM President Robert G. Frank was a student here back in the 1970s. “We are grateful to the Geists for their long history of community leadership and their generosity to the University,” said President Frank. “This gift is a lasting legacy that will impact future Lobos for years to come.”

By Hilary Mayall Jetty

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hat is Lobo Spirit? According to Jerry Geist, “It transcends the game, transcends athletics and makes us all, at the University and in our community, part of a team.” With teamwork as a guiding principle, Sharon and Jerry Geist have planned a major philanthropic commitment to UNM Athletics—a $1.7 million estate gift to support student-athlete success.

21 varsity teams

U N Mi Athletics

$11.6M

given to UNM Athletics 2013-2014

1932

UNM Lobo Club established

P Left to right: Chief Operating Officer for Athletics Tim Cass, Jerry Geist, Men’s Basketball Coach Craig Neal, Sharon Geist, Associate Athletics Director for Development Lee De León.

The Geists have been sweethearts since their Las Vegas, N.M. middle school days. Jerry is a former president and CEO of PNM and current chairman of Santa Fe Center Enterprises. Sharon inspired countless students as a devoted public school music teacher and president of the Santa Fe Opera Guild. Neither of them took a class at UNM, and none of their three sons are athletes, yet Lobo Spirit runs deep. Jerry, the second board chair of the UNM Foundation

Courtesy: UNM Athletics

“Sharon and Jerry have decided to demonstrate their generosity in an incredible way,” said UNM Vice President for Athletics Paul Krebs, “and I hope this leadership gift encourages others in the community.”

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L e a d e r s i n P h i l a n t h r o p y | R u s s T. a n d R e v a t h i D a v i d s o n

Couple’s Gifts to UNM Libraries Preserve the Past to Serve the Future By Hilary Mayall Jetty

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NM President James F. Zimmerman (1927-1944) realized that the University could achieve national prominence by building on the strengths and living traditions of its connections with Spain and Latin America. He actively recruited leading scholars and created a center for Inter-American (later, Latin American) Studies. Zimmerman knew that a robust expansion of related library holdings was essential for faculty, research and instruction. “He was both pragmatic and visionary in providing the impetus and funding for acquiring important materials,” noted Russ Davidson, former curator of Latin American and Iberian Collections at UNM’s Zimmerman Library. “After all, New Mexico had spent more time as part of the Spanish empire than as a U.S. territory and state.” Russ’ introduction to Latin America, a 1960s Peace Corps experience in Panama, led to a 25-year career at the heart of UNM’s main campus—and the recent establishment of two major endowments in the College of University Libraries and Learning Sciences. Honoring the foresight of UNM’s seventh president, Russ

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“The collection has a full range of materials and formats,” Davidson explained, “from rare books, periodicals, microforms, posters and pamphlets, to manuscripts, maps, photos and digital resources. The holdings in art and art history are particularly strong, ranking among the top three nationally. People come here from all over the world to access these materials.” Russ’ appreciation for historical and cultural materials was kindled in the 1970s, while pursuing a PhD in history with a Latin American concentration at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn. There he met and eventually married Revathi Ananthakrishnan, a sociology student from India. His dissertation research took the couple to Colombia, where Russ explored the National Archives in Bogotá. “I loved working with manuscripts and rare books as physical objects,” he said, “and the associations that old materials possess really intrigued me. So I decided to get a degree in librarianship and pursue a career in special collections, in a library that emphasized Latin America.” At the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Revathi earned her master’s degree in public health and Russ received his library science degree in 1978. His focus and timing were fortuitous—the following year he became a “Latin Americanist” at Zimmerman Library. Revathi began a career that would span 34 years with Presbyterian Healthcare Services, as a program director and eventual hospital administrator. Photo: Jodi Newton

Achieving Visionary Acquisition

established the James F. Zimmerman Endowment for Latin American Materials and Programs, which supports the acquisition of specialized research materials, as well as programs and publications informing U.S. and international students and scholars about the collections.

H Russ and Revathi Davidson enjoy the annual Presidential Scholarship Program dinner this past spring with the scholar they sponsored, Victoria Lucero, who graduated cum laude last May with a BA degree in Spanish. Victoria is now a first-year graduate student in Hispanic Southwest Studies in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at UNM’s College of Arts and Sciences.

Leading a team dedicated to further development of the Latin American collections at Zimmerman Library, Russ traveled extensively to locate new acquisitions, forging connections with networks of academics and


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Q Left to right: Artisan José Flores of Bayamón, Puerto Rico is depicted in this poster by Luis Germán Cajiga, 1988; frontispiece to vol. 1 (of 2) of Antonio María de Padua’s La Madre de Dios en México (Mexico: J. Ballesca: 1890-99?[sic]); silkscreen of Eduardo Vera Cortés’ Programa de Navidad, 1963. Photos this page courtesy: UNM Libraries’ Center for Southwest Research and Special Collections

book dealers. Howard Karno, a renowned Latin American bookseller, became a trusted friend and ally in the search. In tribute to their long and productive association, Russ established The Howard L. Karno Endowment for Latin American Pictorial Collections to enrich the holdings of rare visual resources. “The Karno Endowment secures much-needed funding for this specialized and often expensive focus on the visual arts,” said Suzanne Schadl, PhD, curator of Latin American Collections at UNM Libraries and one of Russ’ successors after his 2004 retirement. “This sets UNM’s Latin American collections apart from other notable libraries’ holdings, while embracing New Mexico’s commitment to the arts.” Michael Kelly, associate dean for scholarly resources and director of the Center for Southwest Research and Special Collections,

acknowledged Russ’ contributions. “Russ’ intellectual and resourceful development of UNM’s Latin American library collections, and his generous philanthropy, will continue to support scholarly research for many decades to come,” he said. Members of the New Horizons Society and the Tom L. Popejoy Society, the Davidsons also fund a Presidential Scholarship in Spanish and Portuguese at the College of Arts and Sciences, thanks to Revathi’s delight in having taken six years of Spanish classes on campus. They intend to create another Presidential Scholarship in music at the College of Fine Arts. As for the couple’s significant gifts to the UNM Libraries, Russ remarked, “A collection will stagnate if it isn’t renewed, and it can only be renewed if people put resources into it. One has to find something they believe in, something the University excels in, or potentially will excel in. For me, this was a natural.”

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L e a d e r s i n P h i l a n t h r o p y | E u g e n e G a r c i a C h a r i t a b l e Tr u s t

A Legacy of Generosity

Entrepreneur Eugene Garcia’s Spirit Lives on through Gifts to His Community By Michele Sequeira and Todd Staats

didn’t complete elementary school, Garcia came to value knowledge and was a lifelong learner. His interests motivated him to read extensively about construction, engineering and business management.

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Born in Trinidad, Colo. in 1904—eight years before New Mexico became a state— Garcia was already herding sheep for his family by the time he was 10, spending days at a time out tending the flock. Although he

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Upon Garcia’s death in 2002 at the age of 98, two trusts were created to dispose of his extensive estate: the Eugene Garcia Charitable Trust, which gifts earnings to five organizations (see infographic on facing page), and the Eugene Garcia Charitable Remainder Trust. The latter was created to benefit Garcia’s only living relative, a niece, during her lifetime, after which the proceeds would benefit the same charities as the former. Garcia left behind a brief narrative of his life with the trustees, who eventually felt that more people should know of Garcia’s posthumous generosity to the Albuquerque community—so, they reached out to share his story.

Garcia’s self-directed education paid off. As a young man, he started a construction business in Albuquerque and soon began

landing increasingly larger jobs. Eventually, he and his wife, Marie, moved to Arizona at the beginning of World War II for a military construction project. Upon their return to New Mexico, still in the early 1940s, Garcia met with representatives of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers regarding top-secret work needed in Los Alamos. After extensive negotiations, Garcia agreed to take on the project to construct buildings for power plants, a diesel plant, boiler systems and other mechanical equipment, all for a mysterious job that was referred to only as the Manhattan Project, which was later revealed to the world as the mission that developed the first nuclear weapons. Garcia overcame many setbacks during the grueling project. In one instance, a truck bringing a diesel engine from Texas wrecked between Española and Los Alamos, knocking the bottom out of the engine’s crankcase. Rather than moving the engine to Los Alamos and risking further damage, Garcia and his crew built a machine shop by the side of the road and worked from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m. to complete the repair.

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In another example of his ingenuity, Garcia needed to get water from the mountain top to the laboratory site— through 12 miles of steep, forested terrain. He and his crew had one week to construct the water lines. They divided into several teams, stationing themselves every two miles along the route. They completed the work early, just in time for the arrival of Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer, who later became known as the “father of the atomic bomb.” Garcia gave the University of California-Berkeley physicist a tour of the laboratory projects his company had constructed. Oppenheimer was apparently pleased.

After the war, Garcia continued to bid and win construction projects, in part because he developed methods to accomplish tasks that others couldn’t. In one project, he and his crew painted the outsides and insides of two smoke stacks, each more than 200 feet tall. No one else had been willing to take the job. Garcia worked at his now-defunct company, National Sales Inc., until he was 92. He retired to care for Marie, who had been diagnosed with cancer. A private man with only a few close friends and no children, Garcia felt strongly about supporting New Mexico institutions. He set up the charitable trusts so that he could give generously, in perpetuity, after his death.

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UNM Hospital UNM Cancer Center Presbyterian Hospital Albuquerque Bio Park lovelace medical center

Even well into his 90s, while in an assisted living facility in Albuquerque, Garcia was sharp as ever and continued his zest for business, according to Mike DeVenzeio, a trustee and a vice president in Wells Fargo’s Wealth Management Department in Albuquerque. Garcia loved the art of the deal and even insisted on personally negotiating the sale of his former Albuquerque home overlooking the Rio Grande. “He was a master negotiator,” said DeVenzeio. “It was a game to him.”

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Giving for the Greatest Good

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Burck, a New York University School of Law alumnus, and Sandra, a Fort Hays State University graduate, became connected with the UNM School of Law when they connected with then-Dean Kevin Washburn, also from Oklahoma. As the Baileys became reacquainted with Washburn, they felt increasingly impressed with the quality of the UNM School of Law, its academic programs and administration.

“They really utilize their funds,” said Sandra. “There’s no fluff. They are very dedicated to their student body. At this time in history, law schools are losing applicants; the UNM School of Law is not.”

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“A retired law professor from the University of Texas and I taught a class at the School of Law, and I was quite impressed by how dedicated and smart the students were, how much they wanted to accomplish,” Burck added. “Both of us come from families that had hardly any money, but they always shared,” said Sandra. “We hope our example encourages others to be generous with their support. That would be an ideal consequence.” The School of Law will name the first recipients of the Baileys’ scholarship beginning with the class of 2016.


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Soon after the fall 2014 semester began, the UNM Foundation invited Presidential Scholars to a fast, fun photo shoot in UNM’s Center for Fine Arts, and we captured these students celebrating their gratitude. Among the most appreciative students at UNM, Presidential Scholars regularly write thank-you letters to their sponsors.

Here are a few excerpts from recent letters: J “You have allowed me to become the person I am today, and you have facilitated my development into a hopeful, young researcher. Thank you.” —Hannah J “You have made it possible for me to pursue my dream of helping future generations of students . . . with the gift of knowledge . . . .” —Neal J “I have changed and grown, and your contribution to my education has been a part of that.” —Lainey

To view a video about UNM’s Presidential Scholarship Program (see page 32), please visit unmfund.org/presidentialscholarship-donors online.

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ndowed funds are gifts that last in perpetuity, providing ongoing support to the University in the areas of donors’ interests. Endowments may support student scholarships, faculty, campus facilities/ landscapes, the general needs of the University or any school, college or program within the University. The UNM Foundation works with donors to develop guidelines for how their endowments are to be used, ensuring that both donor intent and University policies are honored. Endowed funds may be established and funded through any gift vehicle recognized by the UNM Foundation. These include:

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Luis and LaMorah Abeyta Endowed Fund Marjorie Whetstone Ashton Endowment for Excellence in Library Instruction Bass Need-Based Endowed Scholarship Bass Endowed Presidential Scholarship Lynda Gayle and Arthur John Brender Endowed Scholarship Lorna Elaine Bridenstine Endowed Scholarship Robert L. Brooks Endowed Memorial Scholarship Maralyn S. Budke Endowed Chair in Cancer Experimental Therapeutics Maralyn S. Budke Endowed Chair in Cancer Cell Signaling Maralyn S. Budke Endowed Professor in Viral Oncology Maralyn S. Budke Endowed Professor in Cancer Care Delivery Maralyn S. Budke and Robert E. Anderson Endowed Chair in Cancer Drug Discovery C. Pardue Bunch and Marjorie Bunch Endowed Medical Scholarship John A. Cantwell Endowment Fund Linda Cordell Graduate Scholarship Fund Janice and Robert Daigh Endowed Scholarship Dr. Gerald B. Demarest Grand Rounds Award Endowment Madeleine and Peter Dorato Memorial Fund for Scholarships Richard Dove Graduate Fellowship Award

Eilene C. Durgin Memorial Scholarship for Multimedia Journalism Richard B. Forbes Conservation Biology Fund Dr. Donald E. and Rosemary V. Fry Endowed Fund for Surgery Rosemary Miller neé Gonzales Scholarship Julie Gorwoda Endowed Nurse-Midwifery Fund Harvey Alumni Endowed Scholarship Gwinn (Bub) Henry Endowed Scholarship Margaret (Peggy) B. Hoffman Scholarship James (Jim) and Mary Lois Friday Hulsman Endowment for Acquisitions at the Center forSouthwest Research and Special Collections Innovate ABQ Peter Johnstone Student-Athlete Assistance Fund Diane J. Klepper Endowed Scholarship Fund The “Late Bloomers” Endowed Fund James Longo Class of ‘81 Medical Student Scholarship Meaghan McDevitt Chance Fund HGM2 and Class of 1965 Travel Award Viola Chess Miller Endowed Fund for Choral Music Justice Pamela B. Minzner Award in Professionalism and Legal Ethics David J. Northrop Memorial Internship Program Endowed Nursing Scholarship Fund

Osher Reentry Scholarship Program Frances M. Phillips Fund for Excellence in the Humanities Psychiatry Vice-Chair for Behavioral Sciences Psychiatry Research Professorship Leo M. and Robin C. Romero Endowed Fund Sigma Theta Tau–Gamma Sigma Chapter Nursing Scholarship Fund Rodman Snead Scholarship in Geography Dr. Harry Wayne Springfield Graduate Fellowship in Plant Ecology Victor and Ruby Hansen Surface Endowed Chair in Cancer Medicine Victor and Ruby Hansen Surface Endowed Chair in Clinical Cancer Research Victor and Ruby Hansen Surface Endowed Chair in Cancer Control and Population Sciences Victor and Ruby Hansen Surface Endowed Professor in Cancer Genomics Victor and Ruby Hansen Surface Endowed Professor in Cancer Chemical Biology Victor and Ruby Hansen Surface Endowed Professor in Cancer Epigenetics Kathleen Kepner Thomson Endowed Scholarship Jean and Charles (Chuck) Weber Endowed Scholarship Lynnie Wienecke Scholarship Fund Peter A. Winograd Endowed Annual Scholarship in Law

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For more information on this prestigious society, please contact Donor Relations Director Jill Slaby at Jill.Slaby@unmfund.org or (505) 277-9651. For Popejoy memorial listings, please visit unmfund.org/popejoy-society.

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Karen Schmidt The Hon. Harrison Schmitt and Teresa Fitzgibbon  Thomas and Susan Schoeman Romona Scholder Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Schultz William and Karen Schumacher Betty Schware Sam Scott Sherman and Joyce Scott Robert Seay* Randy and Jennifer Self Bruce and Sandra Seligman Tim and Scottie Sheehan Dr. Russell Shelden William and Linda Shepard  Scott Sherman Dr. Hyun-Koock Shin Prof. Virginia Shipman Rodney and Beverly Shoemaker Mr. and Mrs. Eric (Rick) Siegel Dr. Leon Silver Michael and Jill Sivage Paul Skinner Sam Slick Houghton Smith, Jr. Billy Smith Orin Smith and Dr. Stephanie Bennett-Smith Phyllis Smith James Snead, III and Georgia Snead William and Patricia Snead Anne Snider Dr. Gregg Solove and Deborah Solove J. Gordon and Dorothy Sparks Dr. Jim Stagnone Robert Stamm and Mary Herring-Stamm  Gary and Julie Stepic Mr. and Mrs. Chester French Stewart Marilyn Stout Roberta C. Straight Gerda Strauss Patrick and Cori Sullivan Carolyn R. Surface

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Mr. and Mrs. Duffy Swan Dr. Masami Takayama* and Chisako Takayama Richard Tanuz Major General H. Tom Taylor, Jr. and Ingeborg Taylor John Taylor Tish Taylor  Mr. and Mrs. William Tempel, Jr. Norman Thayer, Jr. and Martha Thayer Kenny Thomas Tori Thomas MarieAnn and Alex Thornburg Garrett Thornburg and Catherine Oppenheimer Dr. Ignacio Tinoco, Jr. David and Lynda Tippeconnic Rebecca Tobey LaRue Toney Ellen Torgrimson Mr. Bob L. Turner Tobe Turpen, Jr. Dr. Eberhard Uhlenhuth The Ungerleider Family Lisa Unser and Bobby Unser, Jr. Brian Urlacher Francisco Urrea, Jr. and Alberta Urrea  Trey Urrea Mary Utton Jeff and Deborah Van Dyke Georg and Margaret Vedeler Randy Velarde Vicki Velarde Darlene Velasquez Roger and Sheril Vergara Dr. J. Thomas Vigil Benita Villanueva  Yvon Villeneuve and Janet Lashbrooke Jeffrey Vinyard Karen Vinyard Rick and Leslie Wadley Dr. Howard Wadstrom Dr. Peter Walch* and Linda Tyler Dr. Byron Wall and Cindy Hernandez-Wall

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he New Horizons Society includes University of New Mexico donors who have included the University in their wills or who have made other types of planned gifts. The UNM Foundation recognizes these NHS members at an annual luncheon gala. Members of Lobo Legacy or Forever Lobo Society, planned giving programs for UNM Athletics, are designated by a i in the following listing.   For more information about making a planned gift and joining the New Horizons Society, please contact Director of Gift Planning Sheila Hard, JD, at Sheila.Hard@unmfund.org or (505) 277-9604.

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new horizons society FY 2013-2014 Fay P. Abrams Raymond Ament Larry Anderson and Dr. Mary Payne Roy Anderson Ellen and Evan Ashcraft Harry and Kristina Asmussen Lee and Jan* Miller Burck and Sandra Bailey Rene Balagna and Jack Baker Stephen and Laura Bass Vance Bass Planned and Gifts Margo Milleret

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Margaret Bell Martha Benton H. Allen Berkheimer, Jr. Pierre Berry Mayor Richard and Maria Berry Roy and Tana Bidwell Amy Black Dr. Samuel Bluefarb Paul and Susan Bombardt Jim and Diane Bonnell Stephen Borbas Karl Bossi Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bovinette Dr. Raymond and Joan Bowen Jim and Jeanette Boyer Frances Bratton John and Anita Briscoe James and Elizabeth Brown i Dr. Joan L. Bybee Jack and Marilyn Carlson Shannan Carter and Janet Yates Edward Cassidy Maria Catanach Prof. Roy Caton, Jr.

Thomas and Clare Cavanaugh Peggy Cavett-Walden* Dr. William Chambers Rudolph Chavez i Virginia Clark F. P. Pete Clements Gwen Clouthier Joan Gilberry Coke Patrick D. Conroy Kenneth Corazza Manuel Cortez, Jr. and Theresa Tarantino-Cortez Bruce and Diane Creel i Katharine Daub Russ and Revathi Davidson Dr. Larry E. Davis and Prof. Ruth A. Luckasson Dr. Darrell Dawson Bradley and Kathy Day Kathryn Day Dr. William Degenhardt Sheila Delaney* James Demas, Jr. and Susan Demas John and Glenna Denton Dr. Walter Dickinson and Dr. Judith Fabian

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Clinton and Debra Dodge Rae Domenico Yolanda R. Domínguez Thomas and Judith Donahue Daniel C. Dosé and Mary L. Taylor Dosé Drexel Douglas, PhD and Carmen Douglas i Georgia Duncan Dr. Nader Ebrahimi and John Wheeler Mr. Frank Evans and Ms. Janet Boles Thomas Farrar John and Jo Margaret Farris William and Alice Fienning William M. and Heidi Fietz i William T. Fietz David and Jennifer Finlayson i James and Nancy Fisher i Rona Fisher Martin Fleck, Jr. and Lois Fleck Prof. Marilyn Fletcher James Ford, Jr.* and Maureen Ford

A gift annuity

An IRA or retirement account beneficiary designation

A charitable remainder trust

A life insurance or other beneficiary designation


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Mr. Edward A. (Gus) Foster Dr. Abraham Franck Kenneth Fridline Drs. Theodore and Charlotte Frisbie Armando Garcia, Sr. and Dr. Linda Kirk-Garcia, MD Sheilah Garcia Raleigh Gardenhire i Charles and Patsy Gassaway Dr. Ann Gateley Dennis and Bonnie Geer Oscar George, Jr. and Lynnie Wienecke Jerry and Sharon Geist i Robert* and Harriet Gerding Hugh Gibson Susanna Gilbert Dr. Leon Goldman and Angela Goldman Gary Gordon and Terri Giron-Gordon Dr. Larry Gordon and Nedra Gordon William Gornall, Sr. i Felice Grad William Grasse Drs. Norman and Gilda Greenberg Nancy Gregory Brian Hansen and Linda Williams Sheila Hard Dr. Debra Harris Lisa Hendrix James and Eleonore Hessler Robert Hilgendorf and Tian-Ling Tong M. Anne Hill Marilyn Hill Mrs. Dolores Hines Gary and Sofia Hines i Stephanie and Dale Hoekstra Bruce Hoffman Jesse Holmes, Jr. and Connie Holmes

Van Dorn Hooker Bruce and Teri Hoover i Dr. Mark Hoover and Martha Hoover Ann Hyde Alice Irvin Prof. Kuppaswamy Iyengar Terry Jackson Dr. George Jelinek Howard Jenkins Jaye Jensen and Barbara Busch Roy and Frances Johns Debbie Johnson Dr. Robert Johnson William Johnson and Luanna Hughes Johnson Dr. William Junor and Susan Wider Julia Kalmus Doctor Bill Kelley Hari Khalsa David P. and Linda Hudson Kirby Don Kirby and Joan Gentry Stephanie Klecotka Walter and Allene Kleweno Gary Kloppenburg Dr. Jeanne Knight* Marshallene G. Koff Dr. Kathryn Kolankiewicz i Loren and Nancy Kuehne Donald and Margaret Kuehnert J.F. Kuttesch, Jr., MD, PhD and Nancy Kuttesch Gerry Laidlaw i Anthony Landry William Langdon and S. Patricia McSherry Jeanette and James Larson Kenneth Leach and Hazel Tull-Leach i Dr. Mark Lesher and Donna Lesher i Michele Lesher

Dr. Michelle Linn-Gust Dr. Stephen Littlejohn and Dr. Karen Foss Prof. Robert Loftfield Frank Logan, III and Patricia Logan H. Hunter and M. Ann Look i Dr. Bill Lovejoy Dr. Raymond Lutz, Jr. and Dr. Nancy Lutz William Macey Robert Mallory and Dr. Gloria Mallory, PhD Charles and Margery Marshall Ted and Dolores Martinez Felipe and Phyllis Martinez Dr. Valerie Mathes Stephen and Janice Matthews C. Herman Mauney Sharelle Mayer i Dr. Marguerite McCurry Meaghan McDevitt Michael and Barbara McDonnell JoAnn Mercer Patricia Merlo Dr. E. Gerald Meyer Henry Miller, II Dr. William Miller and Kathleen Jackson J. Douglas Mistler, USA (Ret.) and Carol Mistler Col. Frank Moran and Helen Moran John Morrison and Barbara Morrison Susan Morrison, JD, CFP Gerald and Helen Moser William and Laurie Moye Karl Mueller, Jr. and Marion Mueller Dr. Michael Muldawer and Judith Muldawer i Dr. Catherine Mulqueen

John and Mary Mulvany Lori Nash Dr. Marilee Nason Don and Carolyn Neeper Rolf Nelson Larry Nichols and Dr. Polly Primm David and Annie Olson Dr. George Omer, Jr. and Wanda Omer Evangeline M. Pacheco Dr. Charles Palmer and Susan Palmer James Parnell Jennifer Pedneau Mari Penshurst Calla Ann Pepmueller Mr. and Mrs. John Perner i Manuel Pino Susan Poet Mary Poole Thomas Popejoy, Jr. and Suzanne Popejoy i J. T. (Skip) Prichard, DVM Larry and Dorothy Rainosek i Paul Bartlett RĂŠ Greg and Patricia Remington i Buck and Isa Rhodes Mary Rich Dr. Adrian Richards and Efrosine Richards John Robb, Jr.* and Margaret Robb* Michael Roberts i Dr. John Robertson Ernest Rodriguez-Naaz Edwin Roos and Maryann Evans Ingrid Roosild Frederick Rose, Jr. i Dr. Estelle Rosenblum Mr. Kurt L. Roth Bernard and Ann Rubenstein Martin and Craig Rubenstein

Dr. Isidro Rubi, Jr. and Janice Rubi Lenny Ruggiero and Janice Branch-Ruggiero i Theda Rushing * Ro Saavedra Sonia Sabath John Salazar Dan Salter, DDS and Dr. Susan Weaver i Leonard and Anne Sanchez Dr. Alex Sanchez and Elaine Sanchez Sandra Sanchez Mildred Sanders* Prof. Don Schlegel Prof. Roger L. Schluntz, FAIA Karen Schmidt Dale and Kileen Scott i Dr. Don Scott D. James See and Edith Cherry Harlan and Georganne Seeley Danielle Sengel Alan Shaffer Art and Colleen Sheinberg Dr. Roger Simms Steven Simms and L. Gail Lemons Dr. Deborah Helitzer, ScD and Dr. David Sklar Elizabeth Slota Garrett Smith Robert Smith Prof. Rod Snead* Elsie Charlese Spencer* Todd R. Staats Robert Stamm and Mary Herring-Stamm Louis Storm, II, CPA and Schelly Storm Drs. David Stuart and Cynthia Stuart Carolyn R. Surface Mr. and Mrs. Duffy Swan Kyla and Roger Thompson

Dr. Steven Tolber and Louise Campbell-Tolber Lisa Torres Coleman Travelstead and Brookes McIntyre Dr. Valerie Trujillo Dr. Robert Turner and Karen Turner Tobe Turpen, Jr. i Richard and Diane Vande Noord Cherie Vaughn i Roy and Cynde Vestal Yvon Villeneuve and Janet Lashbrooke Dr. Howard Wadstrom Mr. Jerry Walker and Dr. Randi Walker Prof. William P. Weber Dr. Marta Weigle William Weihofen Dr. David Whitten and Jo Whitten Carol Wilder Mr. and Mrs. James A. Wilder Susan Wilhite Linda Williams Dr. Walter Willis and Joan Willis Prof. Peter A. Winograd Phillip and Mary Woodard Thomas Zanotti Martha Zollinger Dorothy Zopf

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Gifts to the University of New Mexico The following donor roll, pages 28-38, lists gifts and pledge payments of $5,000+ received by the UNM Foundation during FY 2013-2014 ( July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2014).

$1,000,000+

$500,000-$999,999

Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Corporation for Public Broadcasting Mr. Edward A. (Gus) Foster Friends of New Mexico PBS Friends of KUNM General Electric Company W.K. Kellogg Foundation The Mandelman-Ribak Foundation The Navajo Nation New Mexico Educators Federal Credit Union i Dennis and Gertrude O’Toole Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Sandia Foundation, a Hugh and Helen Woodward Charity O United Way of Central New Mexico i

Anonymous AAC Microtec North America, Inc. American Heart Association Andrew W. Mellon Foundation PCS Health Systems Harry Wayne Springfield Irrevocable Trust WalMart

Individuals, Corporations and Foundations

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$100,000-$499,999 Individuals, Corporations and Foundations

Anonymous (4) Albuquerque The Magazine i Alexion Pharmaceuticals Am Trust American Association for Cancer Research

American Association on Health and Disability American Cancer Society Carl C. Anderson Sr. and Marie Jo Anderson Charitable Foundation Drs. Sanjeev and Madhu Arora Chris Ashton Astellas Pharma US, Inc. Atlantic Philanthropies Bank of the West i Estate of Stanley Berne Bilinski Educational Foundation Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Branch Law Firm Turner and Margaret Branch i Bristol-Myers Squibb Diane Broadwell i Mr. Robert L.* and Valerie Brooks i Estate of Maralyn Budke Carrie Tingley Hospital Foundation Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation Clear Channel Radio and News Media i Comcast Corporation i Costco Wholesale i Cowboys for Cancer Research, Inc.

Cumulus Media, Inc. Daniels Fund H. Paul and Sue Daulton Revocable Trust Sue Daulton O i Joe D. Dennis, Jr. i Dialysis Clinic, Inc. DKD Electric Company, Inc. i Donald W. Reynolds Foundation Estate of Elinor P. Hempelmann Evelyn Wienecke Freebird Foundation Friday Trust Frontier/Golden Pride O A i Sheilah Garcia i The Gillson Longenbaugh Foundation Danny Granger, Jr. i Heffter Research Institute Heinz Family Foundation Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust Frank C. Hibben Charitable Trust Curtis W. Huff and Lori M. Gallagher James and Mary Lois Hulsman i Human Frontier Science Program Huning Limited Partnership


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$50,000-$99,999

Individuals, Corporations and Foundations Anonymous (2) 610 The Sports Animal i 770 KKOB AM i 89.1 KANW i Advanced Presentation Systems i Alzheimer’s Association American Diabetes Association American Economic Association American General Media i Anderson Schools of Management Foundation

Arby’s Restaurant i Dale Armstrong i The Aryeh Family Tony Baca and Kira Sowanick i The Bernard Osher Foundation Blood Systems Brindle Foundation Jack and Marilyn Carlson Caswell Silver Foundation Celgene Corporation Commonwealth Fund Connection Communications, Inc. Static Radio 88.3 FM Consulado de México Eddie and Maria Corley i Crystal Springs Bottled Water, Inc. i Cystic Fibrosis Foundation The Dana Foundation Document Solutions, Inc. Elliquence, LLC Entravision Communications, Inc. i ESPN Sports Radio 101.7 i Estate of Thelma W. Evans Howard L. Franks Memorial Scholarship Trust John Freienmuth i Friends of the Tamarind Institute i Galles Chevrolet i Tina and Rick Galles i Gap, Inc.i Garcia Automotive Group i Edward Garcia i General Mills i Jay Gluck i Scott and Laura Grady i The Harwood Museum Alliance, Inc. Henry Luce Foundation, Inc. Mrs. Dolores Hines Philip and Theresa Houser J and J Technical Services i Roy and Frances Johns Estate of Martha A. Kayne Jim and Ellen King O i KKOB-FM i Kohl’s Department Store KRQE/KBIM/KREZ/KASA O i La Vida Llena Laguna Development Corporation i The LAMAJ Foundation Lannan Foundation

Priscilla McDonnell Mr. and Mrs. Sanford N. McDonnell Foundation MDRC Commander John R. Miller National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. National Multiple Sclerosis Society James and Linda Parker Pepsico - SW Regional O i Frank Purcell, Jr. and Joy Purcell Rio Grande Games, Inc. Robin C. and Leo M. Romero i Sandia Corporation/Lockheed Martin Estate of Emma R. Showman Mr. and Mrs. Eric (Rick) Siegel i Estate of Rodman E. Snead Southwest Glass and Glazing, Inc. i St. Baldrick’s Foundation TLC Plumbing and Utility, Inc. i Ms. Anna Tummelson Brian Urlacher i The George and Lena Valente Foundation Valero Energy Corporation Jeffrey Vinyard i Dr. Jonathan Abrams* and Nancy Whalen Prof. Peter A. Winograd O Yearout Mechanical, Inc. i Kevin and Lian Yearout i

Estate of Janet F. Brammer Douglas and Sarah Brown A i Gloria Cantwell Cardinal Health Prof. Roy Caton, Jr. Thomas Catron, III, Esq. and June Catron Don* and Dianne Chalmers i Chase Foundation Stephen Cito, DDS and Debra Cito i Corley Automotive Group i Robert Crow, Jr. i Cutrs, LLC i Janice Daigh C. Thomas and Janet Daulton i Sam Dazzo, Jr. and Vicki Dazzo A i Tom Degroot i Delta Dental of New Mexico i Continued on page 30

$25,000-$49,999

Individuals, Corporations and Foundations Anonymous (4) 30 Second Street i Addison Rowe Fine Art, LLC Affirmative Solutions, LLC Albuquerque Business First i Albuquerque Publishing Company O Carl and Linda Alongi i American Academy of Pain Management American Lung Association American Parkinson Disease Association, Inc. Amgen, Inc. Ayudando Alpha, Inc. i David and Denise Baker i Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Mexico O i

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John Templeton Foundation Dr. Peter Kunstadter O Brian and Rieka Long James Longo, MD and Carol Longo Muscular Dystrophy Association, Inc. Novo Nordisk, Inc. Oxnard Foundation Silas Peterson, Jr. and Katharine Peterson Pfizer, Inc. Estate of Frances M. Phillips PNM Resources i Estate of Suzanne H. Poole R. D. and Joan Dale Hubbard Foundation i Larry and Dorothy Rainosek O A i Richard B. Seigel Foundation Richard Wolf Medical Instrument Corporation Estate of Linda J. Robinson Smith’s Food and Drug Stores Society of Family Planning Research Fund Stryker Leibinger, Inc. Surdna Foundation Teva Pharmaceuticals Tori Thomas Univision Radio i UNM Lobo Club i Van Dyke Technologies, Inc. Jeff and Deborah Van Dyke Walgreens Wells Fargo O i David and Jo Whitten i Anthony Yeung, MD and Eileen Yeung

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Gerald Demarest and Patricia Reed i Dendreon Don Chalmers Ford, Inc. i David Durgin Mel and Mary Ann Eaves i Eight Grady Family, LLC i Robert M. Ellis* Spencer Feix Sheena Ferguson Foundation for Informed Medical Decision Making Dr. Abraham Franck Ronald and Susan Friedman Friends of Children’s Miracle Network Gregory and Devon Frost i Donald and Rosemary Fry G and G Advertising i Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation for Cancer Research George and Barbara Gandy i Eugene L. Garcia Charitable Trust Brad and Kathy Gehrke Google, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Ray A. Graham, III John and Carolyn Harvey Daniel and Ellen Herbertson

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Estate of Evelyn Heverling Gary and Sofia Hines i Rick Homans i Hong Kong Polytechnic University IGW Pediatric Cancer Foundation Indian Land Tenure Foundation Integrated Control Systems, Inc. i Intel Corporation i Dr. Diane J. Klepper Lobo Sports Properties, LLC Los Alamos National Security, LLC Lovelace Health System i Love’s Travel Stops Paul Maestas i Max Kade Foundation, Inc. Sherman and Cathy McCorkle i Dr. Dale Melada and Prof. Ivan Melada Merck Company Foundation Henry Miller, II i Ryan Miller i Richard Minzner and Sabieann Baca Minzner Cleve and Patsy Moler Mr. Martin I. Mondlick and Dr. Ruth Shore Mondlick O Nevin and Monica Montano Lynn and Jerry Mosher i Mosher Enterprises, Inc. i Bob and Betsy Murphy i New Mexico Activities Association i New Tech I Limited Partnership The Newberry Library The P&G Company Paradise Fire Protection i Carol Raymond RH Power and Associates, Inc. i Rich Ford Sales O RTI International Ann Rutledge James Santistevan i Simons Foundation Ski New Mexico, Inc. i Orin Smith and Stephanie Bennett-Smith A Sombra Cosmetics, Inc. i Southwest Productions, Inc. i Ruth Staley Robert Stamm and Mary Herring-Stamm O A i Mr. and Mrs. Chester French Stewart i Sunquest Advertising i Sutin, Thayer and Browne, PC i

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G i f t s t o t h e U n i v e r s i t y o f N e w M e x i c o

Mr. and Mrs. Duffy Swan O A i Sysco Food Services of NM, LLC i Technology Ventures Corporation Norman Thayer, Jr. and Martha Thayer i Theodore R. and Vivian M. Johnson Scholarship Foundation THIRTEEN Kenny Thomas i David and Lynda Tippeconnic Family Foundation David and Lynda Tippeconnic Estate of Daniel C. Trigg US Bank i Roger and Sheril Vergara i Jean Weber Western Refining i Brian and Stephanie Wimbish Yellow Book USA i Zia Auto i Estate of Melissa J. Zink

$10,000-$24,999 Individuals

Anonymous (5) Larry and Beverly Abraham O i Louis and Stacy Abruzzo i

Victoria Addison Kevin and Kimberly Albert Prof. Emeritus Rudolfo Anaya Adelmo and Rebecca Archuleta i Dr. and Mrs. Kent Argubright i Burck and Sandra Bailey Frances Baillon Scott Bass i Steven Becerra and Pauline Lucero i Margaret Bell Frank Beserra, Jr. i Larry Bickle, PhD and Vivian Bickle Jeff and Anne Bingaman George and Sibilla Boerigter Brian and Jada Bower i Tate and Kandi Branch i Richard Brown and Elizabeth Calhoon i Leroy and Elena Candelaria Bill and Karla Cates i Fletcher and Diane Catron John Catron and Laurie Archer Gregory and Karen Chase David Colton, PhD and Mary Colton Patrick D. Conroy i Thomas and Marilyn Coughlen Matthew and Julia Coyte Scott and Katherine Creagan i


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J. Lawton and Lynn Davis i Dale Dekker and Diane Dekker, PhD i Brent and Eileen DePonte i Charles DiLorenzo Christopher and Sheilah DiLorenzo David DiLorenzo Vincent DiLorenzo Thomas and Elizabeth Dodson i Robert Downey and Elizabeth Wills John Duran i Stephen and Karen Durkovich O i James and Teresa Edens i Prof. James Ellis David and Carol Farmer Drs. O.C. and Linda Ferrell James and Nancy Fisher i Robin Flint-Ballenger i Dr. Orcilia Zúñiga Forbes Bubba Forrest Richard Forrest, Jr. and Susan Forrest i Jack and Terri Fortner i Brad and Renee Francis Pres. Robert G. Frank and Mrs. Janet Frank i Alyce Frank W. Nicholas Freygang and Jean Rosenthal Paul and Patricia Gaeto Richard Garcia Raleigh Gardenhire i John and Elsa Gilbert Bill and Jessica Golden i Gary Gordon and Terri Giron-Gordon A i L. F. and Annette Gorenz i Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Greene i Juan Griego David Griffin i Paul and Barbara Hanna i Jack Harney, Jr. and Lisa Harney i Ronald and Sue Harper i Adam Harrington i David and Linda Harris i

join the unm president’s club

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n 2000, the UNM President’s Club began with 31 charter members, and was chaired at its inception by Doug and Sarah Brown. Today, the President’s Club continues to be an influential group that makes a real difference at UNM. Together, its members provide funds to support important initiatives that require a flexible and timely response. The Stay-A-Lobo program, which provides emergency grants to keep students enrolled at UNM, is a perfect example of this responsiveness. Now in its second decade of providing a dependable source of flexible annual support to the UNM President’s Office, this group’s additional unrestricted giving provides support for a broad selection of areas across campus that are vital for the core priorities of the University: Student Success, Systemic Excellence, Healthy Communities, and Economic and Community Development. As UNM fulfills its role as a leader in education and economic development in New Mexico, additional opportunities will emerge, and the members of the UNM President’s Club are essential to that process. They are part of a prominent community that truly changes worlds. The designation A in this report identifies members during fiscal year 2013-2014. For more information, please contact Jalen Dominguez at Jalen.Dominguez@unmfund.org or (505) 277-2816.

The President’s Club

Est. 2000

The President’s Club provides flexible, annual support to the UNM President’s Office. Additional unrestricted gifts provide support for vital areas across campus.

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support the presidential scholarship program

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any of New Mexico’s brightest and most involved high school graduates study at the University of New Mexico each year because of the UNM Presidential Scholarship. For 39 years, the Presidential Scholarship Program (PSP) has attracted and retained these students at UNM. Presidential Scholarships are awarded to New Mexico high school seniors based on grade point average, class rank, college board scores, personal essays, peer leadership and community involvement. Scholars come from a wide range

Endowment

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Endowing a Presidential Scholarship requires a minimum $50,000 gift. There are currently 84 endowed scholarships, which provide 234 PSP scholarships in perpetuity. Donors may also give to the PSP through the “Share-A-Scholar” program by making a gift of any size. Such gifts are combined to fund additional scholarships. A PSP designation O in this report identifies individual and corporate sponsors during FY 2013-2014. For more information, please contact Associate Director of Annual Giving Cathy Bunch at Cathy.Bunch@ unmfund.org or (505) 277-5688.

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of economic and social backgrounds and represent every ethnic group and geographic region in the state.

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Donald Hayden, Jr. and Marilyn Hayden Dr. H. Michael Hayes* O Kerry Heubeck Ms. Eileen Grevey Hillson and Dr. David Hillson Prof. Robert Holzapfel Charles Huning Louis and Nancy Huning James Hutson-Wiley and Olga Echevarria Scott Hutton i Anthony and Claire Jaramillo i Lisa Kilbreth i Bart Kinney, III and Jerri Kinney i Roger and Karen Koerner Greg and Shana Levenson Estate of Mary Jane Linder Jack and Patricia Little Richard and Alicia Lodato H. Hunter and M. Ann Look i J. C. and Patricia Lopez i Martin Lucero i

Linda Marshall O A Ruben Martinez, DDS and Karen Martinez i Christopher and Jennifer Mason i Brendan McDonald i O. D. McDonald i Ronnie and Tammy Meng i Tom and Jean Merson O Bernard and Mary Metzgar i Ben and Robin Miller i Erma Miller i Ina Miller J. Howard and Judy Mock i John and Janet Mockovciak Ryan and Brandi Mummert i Don and Carolyn Neeper Horton and Joan Newsom John Nichols i David Ortiz i Charles Paine, PhD and Susan Paine Tom and Krista Parr i Steven and Debbie Perich i Mr. and Mrs. John Perner i Douglas Peterson i


$10,000-$24,999

Corporations, Foundations and Organizations Anonymous Abram and Ray Kaplan Foundation i Ace Hardware i Admiral Beverage Corporation Ahern Rentals i Albuquerque Community Foundation i Albuquerque Ford Dealers i Albuquerque Range Rover i Albuquerque Tents i Alcoholic Beverage Medical Research Foundation Alstate Steel, Inc. i American Concrete InstituteNew Mexico Chapter American Toyota, Inc. Americans for Native Americans Anchorbuilt, Inc. i Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics Ball Corporation Bandojo, LLC Bank of Albuquerque i Bank of America i Brad Francis Ford Mercury Estate of William C. Briggs Briones Business Law Consulting, PC i

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Everyone's a lobo! #lobo #UNM #newmexico (See page 8)

Butt, Thornton and Baehr, PC i C & J Welding and Manufacturing Corporation i Catron Family Century Bank i Chartwells Compass Group O i Citgo Clear Channel Outdoor DL and MR Colton Revocable Trust Con Alma Health Foundation, Inc. Concours du Soleil/ Albuquerque Community Foundation i Consolidated Solar Technologies, LLC i CO-OP Financial Services Corley’s Albuquerque Lincoln Volvo Coyte Law Firm CU Auto Sales Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Daniels Family Funeral Services i Dazzo Family Revocable Trust Frances Joy Dazzo Charitable Lead Trust i Samuel L. Dazzo and Frances J. Dazzo Revocable Trust i Dekker/Perich/Sabatini, Ltd. i DePonte Investments, Inc. i Desert Greens Golf Club i The Dorothy D. Douglas Irrevocable Trust Duran and McDonald, LLC i El Alamo Checks Cashed, Inc. Alamo #1 Eli Lilly and Company EMCORE Corporation Enterprise Rent-A-Car i Eppley Foundation for Research, Inc. Ethicon Endo-Surgery Fairway, Inc. i The Thomas A. Fitzgerald Trust Flintco, LLC i Forrest Tires, Inc. i French Funerals and Cremations O i Fresh and Clean Portable Restrooms i Friends of Music, Inc. Friends of UNM Lacrosse Team

Dean Peyton D.O. and Jane Peyton Bob and Mandy Pitre i Jack Price Mr. Stuart Rappaport and Mrs. Connie Lovelady Rappaport Charles Rayburn Dr. Nancy Ridenour and Ed Mason i Erin B. Brender, MD and Mujahid A. Rizvi, MD Donald and Marie Robertson Jerrald Roehl, Esq. and Nancy Roehl i Estelle Rosenblum, PhD Mr. Kurt L. Roth i Martin and Craig Rubenstein William Sabatini i Bernie S. and Juanita G. Sanchez i Todd Sandoval and Dr. Cristine Sandoval i Donald and Nancy Schmierbach Thomas and Susan Schoeman Romona Scholder Steve Schroeder i Joyce and Sherman Scott Subhash Shah, PhD and Jaya Shah Prof. Virginia Shipman O Ronald Smith Kurt and Rebecca Steffen Luis and Patricia Stelzner Andrew and Katie Stone Roberta C. Straight Wayne Suggett Richard Tanuz i Murray and Annette Thayer Kathleen Kepner Thomson MarieAnn and Alex Thornburg Garrett Thornburg and Catherine Oppenheimer Christopher and Maribeth Thornton i Gary Tillery Cecelia Torres Darin and Autumn Wade i Amy Weinmann O Mark Wiggins i Janusz and Brahna Wilczynski Larry Willard Dr. Richard Williams Keith and Deborah Wilson i Peyton Yates, Jr. and Linda Yates O i Vince and Anne Yegge O A i

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Friends of UNM New Mexico Child Abuse Prevention Partnership Frost Mortgage Group i Furry’s Buick GMC Gathering of Nations General Motors Company Gertrude E. Skelly Charitable Foundation Golden Equipment i Graphic Connection, Ltd. i The Historic Taos Inn Holman’s, Inc. i Hutson-Wiley and Echevarria Foundation, Inc. Hutton Broadcasting i IDQ Companies Italian Festivals of New Mexico Jaynes Corporation O i Jersey Jacks i JLS Security Investigations i Continued on page 34

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Join the Cherry & Silver Society

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stablished in 2004, the UNM Cherry & Silver Society recognizes dedicated alumni who make a gift to UNM within two years of graduation and at least once every calendar year thereafter.   Alumni have a variety of reasons for giving to UNM. Gifts enhance undergraduate education, support innovative research, provide scholarship assistance and show pride in Lobo athletics. Private support makes a significant difference in the quality of the student experience, faculty and programs at the University of New Mexico. There is no dollar threshold associated with membership. We ask that alumni give what they are comfortable with and continue their support and affinity for their alma mater. For more information, please contact Associate Director of Annual Giving Margaret Ortega at Margaret.Ortega@ unmfund.org or (505) 277-0689. You may also visit unmfund.org/cherry-silver-society online.

90% of members live in NM

Next states with most members:

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474 females 282 males

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Jonas Center for Nursing Excellence Keller and Keller, LLC Kinesio USA, LLC KLJH FM i KMGA FM/KQEO AM i KMIN i Kroger Company Foundation KRST-FM i KYVA-FM i Larry H. Miller Dodge/ Chrysler/Jeep Larry H. Miller Hyundai Larry H. Miller Toyota i Los Alamos National Laboratory Maestas and Suggett, PC Mammacare Corporation Mark’s Casa Group i Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund Minuteman Refinishing i Molina Healthcare Montano Acura Mountain States Insurance Group O i

NAIOP - NM i Nancy Floyd Haworth Foundation National Association of County and City Health Officials National Center for Responsible Gaming National Speleological Foundation National Strength and Conditioning Association New Mexico Hispanic Bar Association New Mexico Humanities Council New Mexico School for the Arts New Mexico Distinguished Public Service Awards New Mexico Pharmaceutical Care Foundation Northwestern Mutual i Ortho Biotech, Inc. Panda Restaurant Group, Inc. Perfection Honda O Pitre Buick-GMC i POSLavu i Power Ford i Premier Distributing Company i Prime Therapeutics Quail Roost Foundation Quality GMC Buick Quality Mazda R & S Powersports Group i Charles C. Rayburn Revocable Trust Ray’s Flooring Specialists, Inc. i William E. and Mary S. Reed Trust Richard L. Garcia Broadcasting, Inc. Robert E. and Evelyn McKee Foundation Robertson and Sons Violin Shop, Inc. The Rotary Del Sol Foundation Sandia Peak Ski Company i Sangre de Cristo Broadcasting i Sanofi-Aventis US, Inc. Santa Fe Community Foundation Sherman and Joyce Scott Family Foundation Sigma Theta Tau– Gamma Sigma Chapter Smiles for Kids i Smith and Nephew, PLC Smithsonian Institution


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Southern Wine and Spirits of America, Inc. i Southwest Capital Bank Springer Science and Business Media, LLC State Employees Credit Union Steel Toe Rhetorics, LLC Stripe’s Convenience Stores Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation Synthes, Inc. USA Taos Community Foundation, Inc. Tate Branch Auto Group i Thomas A. Plein Foundation, Ltd. Thornburg Charitable Foundation Tillery Chevrolet Tillery Pontiac Buick-GMC Tony Claire Photography University Motors UNM Alumni Association UNM Bookstore Main Campus i The Veritas Foundation Weil Foundation Wenner-Gren Foundation Western Union Foundation Westwind Landscape Construction, Inc. i Elizabeth Wills Trust The Dorothy Woodward Memorial Yates Petroleum Corporation O i Zia Surfaces i

$5,000-$9,999 Individuals

Anonymous (5) Warren Akerson Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey H. Albright Stephen and Tanya Alford i Alex Alvarez i Donald Anderson and Sally Anderson, PhD Kirk Anderson Jules Appelman Jerry and Carla Arnold i Waleed and Debra Ashoo i Ray B. and Jean M. Auel Constance Baca Victor and Linda Baca Christopher and Karen Bard Stephen and Laura Bass Karen and Tucker Bayless i

Yazeid | Class of 2018 #unm #abq #college #university #orientation #lobovision (See page 8)

Ms. Bidtah Becker and Mr. Paul Spruhan James and Lina Beckley Steven Benoit Pierre Berry O Keith Bjorkman Billy and Shawne Blackburn i Steve and Diane Blair i Dale and Caroline Blankenship James and Lynna Blea i John and Betsy Bloch Tom Bohlman i Kenneth and Victoria Bower i Janet Bowers Jason Bowles i Cerianne Mullins and James Braun i Andrew and Caroline Brehm Patricia and Charley Brewer i Thomas and Stephanie Briones i Michael Browde and Ruth Singer Blake Brown i Ralph Brown, Jr. Linda Buffett Scott and Judy Burchiel James Burns Robert Burpo i Robert Butler, CPA and Christine Butler i Merrilee Caldwell Joshua and Jessica Carothers Allegra Carpenter i William and Patricia Carpenter

John and Julie Castillo i Chris and Lauren Cates i Paul Cauwels i William and Margaret Chapman Gene Chavez, Jr., Esq. i Martin Chavez Timothy and Tina Chavez i Drs. Sing-Tsung and Ying-Ru Chen Peter Chinni Patricia Christian i Philip Ciofalo O Barbara Cole Prof. Margaret Connell-Szasz William and Michelle Coons i Mark Cordova i Alan and Melissa Cox i Kevin Cummings, Sr. and Cynthia Cummings i Randall Cygan and Donna Cygan, CFP

Thomas DeCoster, MD and Virginia DeCoster i Susan and James Demas Marjorie Devon Jeffrey and Evy Diamond Lee Dirks i Michael Dolan O Peter and Erin Doles Jeffrey Doll and Linda Novy-Doll Gary and Barbara Dushane i Paul Echols, MD and Marsha Echols Jay and Jan English i Collin and Mandy Evans Nim and Susan Evatt Joyce Duncan Falk and Heinrich R. Falk Glenn Fellows and Patricia Hancock William M. and Heidi Fietz i Neil Finnen, MD and Nancy Finnen Alan Firestone, MD and Barbara Firestone Continued on page 36

Jaime | Class of 2016 Stock photo fun with friends. #unm #cosap #lobovision (See page 8)

Dave Dallago i Charles Daniels and Randi McGinn i Kevin and Leonor Daniels i Benjamin Darwin, CPA and Kathryn Darwin i Danny Deaver i

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Jack Firestone Dr. Jennifer FitzPatrick Rahman Forgus Rod and Christine Forsythe Steve Fox and Nancy Gorman-Fox David France i John and Leah Franco i Jacalyn French i Regent Gene Gallegos and Ms. Felice Gonzales i

Photo: Todd Staats

Carlos Garcia Art Gardenswartz and Sonya Priestly i Dennis and Bonnie Geer i Jerry and Sharon Geist Kevin and Vickie Georges i Robert Ghattas and Monika Ghattas, PhD Robert and Nancy Gherardi i James R. and Deborah L. Giannelli i Armand Giannini, Jr. and Stephanie Giannini i Paul Gibson, CIMA i

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Van H. and Sandra V. Gilbert i Dub and Jennifer Girand i Sandy Gold i Thomas Goldsmith, MD Robert and Marti Goodman O i Dr. Cheryl Fossum Graham A Al Grant i Patrick Griebel Mr. Phil Griego i Jeffrey and Barbara Griffith i Thomas and Nancy Growney i Mark Haas i Dr. Pamela Hadas John Hammons i Elizabeth Hampton Robert Hanson i Jason and Rebecca Harrington i Jeffery and Denise Hawkins i Dr. David S. Henkel, Jr. Angela Herrera i Bruce Hoffman James and Dolores Hoffman I. B. Hoover i Bruce and Teri Hoover i C. Ruth Horn A Ms. Shannon Rainosek Hurley and Mr. Patrick Hurley, Jr. O i Michael and Monica Hussey Calvin Hyer, Jr. and Darlene Hyer i Ben Idek and Robyn Mewshaw Lowell Irby, RPh and Norberta Irby David Jaramillo i David and Nancy Johnson i Robert and Patricia Johnson O S. Kent and Joanna Jones i Ted and Margaret Jorgensen i Gregory Jorgensen, DMD i J. Michael Jusbasche and Rebecca Mark Jusbasche Anne Kaplan Michael and Peggy Keleher i Thomas and Gretchen Keleher i William and Jan Keleher O i Charles and Filomena Kiger Drs. Gary and Yolanda King O i Eric Knapp Kevin Kneafsey O Regent James Koch and Nene Koch i John Krist i Dr. and Mrs. Tres Latimer

Rocklan and Kelly Lawrence i Iona Lee and Family i David and Melinda Leith Jeffrey and Barbara Lewis O James and Rebecca Long i D. Greg and Paige LoPour i Bruce Loughridge i Arthur and Janice Lucero Ben and Ludmila Lucero i Arthur and Linda MacCabe Donald and Estelle* MacKenzie Jock Mackinlay and Dr. Polle Zellweger Michael Malizzo, MD and Cheryl Malizzo i Robert Mallory and Gloria Mallory, PhD i Dr. Gilbert Martinez O James Martinez, MD and Margaret Martinez i G. T. Mason, Jr. i G. Stanton and Carolyn Mason Paul and Judith Matteucci i Stephen and Janice Matthews C. Herman Mauney and Marina de Voss Mauney A Lyle and Gail McDaniels i Dr. Kevin McGee and Dr. Jennifer Chan Michael and Robin McGovern i Stephen and Rebecca McKernan Donald and Marie McMillian

Robert McNeill Karen Mendenhall i JoAnn Mercer Margo McCormick and Ranne Miller i John and Nadine Miner O Mark Mosher i Lori Nash Gregory Nelson Rolf Nelson O Brett and Cindy Newberry i Scott and Virginia Obenshain Edward Olliges Robert Osmand Kenneth and Tina Otteni i Duane and Wendy Padilla i James and Jay Parker O Gregor Parkhurst and Dr. Darra Kingsley John Pate i Samir Patel, MD Mark Peceny and Mary Peceny, PA Charles and Karen Peifer i Dale Peterson i Phillip Pino i Tony and Julie Pisto i Tom and Theresa Plunkett i Mary Poole Donald and Victoria Power O Happy Price

Photo: David Benyak

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Photo: Bruce Cramer

G i f t s t o t h e U n i v e r s i t y o f N e w M e x i c o

Arvind and Becky Raichur i Barry Ramo, MD and Roberta Ramo i Virginia Rausch Kenneth and Rebecca Ray i Donald and Jewell Reid i Armin Rembe, MD and Penny Rembe Peter and Michelle Renna Russell and Ann Rhoades i Mary Ann Sweeney and Edward Ricco i Anthony and Patricia Richards Brig. Gen. Reg Rider, USAF (Ret.) and Bev Rider i Ron and Adrienne Rivera i Brian Robinson, MD Jeffrey Romero i Lorenzo Romero i John Rowe and Lorina Montoya O Ms. María Griego-Raby and Mr. Randy Royster O Ms. Ellen Ann Ryan i Stacy Sacco and Dorothy Stermer Leonard and Anne Sanchez i David and Patricia Sanchez i Sandra Sanchez Gary Sandstrom, Sr. and Linda Sandstrom John and Veronica Sapien O i Robert and Deborah Saxe Dr. Kurt Hebel and Dr. Carla Scaletti John Schaefer Robert Schenck, Jr. and Patricia Schenck i Prof. Don Schlegel Paul and Elise Schmidt

Steve and Christine Scholl Howard and Marian Schreyer William and Karen Schumacher O Robert and Noreen Scott i John and Cindy Seay i Robert E. Seay* i Bruce and Sandra Seligman O i Sanagaram Shantharam, MD and Vasanta Shantharam Tim and Scottie Sheehan Galen and Elizabeth Shipley i Marshall and Amanda Shuler Gordon and Patience Skarsgard i Josephine Sloet Billy Smith i Burton and Dorothy Smith O Doug Smith i Robert Smith David Smoak and Charity Townsend i The Spitz Family Jared St. Aubyn i Brian Stafford i Gary and Julie Stepic i Patrick and Cori Sullivan i Samuel Tabet, Jr., MD and Jane Tabet i Randall and Margaret Talbot Ann Tanenbaum Arthur Tatum Manfred and Vici Taus Bruce Thomson and Phyllis Taylor Duane and Rondi Thornton Carol Trelease

Michael Trujillo i Eduardo Tschen, MD and Alicia Bucko, DO William Tully, MD and Susan Tully, MD Dr. Andrew Veitch i Dr. J. Thomas Vigil O i Robert and Ann Von Pentz i Rick and Leslie Wadley i Bruce and Toni Walkowski i Jeff and Laura Wallis i Dr. Daniel Wascher i Lynda and Don Welage i Elizabeth Wertheim O i Robert Wheeler James and Elizabeth Wiggins Wilder Green Fund Calvin Williams Lance Woodworth i Dr. Wayne Yakes Miwako Yamamake i Adelaide Zabriskie Russ and Madeleine Zeigler i Nathaniel Zich i

$5,000-$9,999

Corporations, Foundations and Organizations Anonymous (1) Abba Technologies, Inc. i ABQ Civitan Community Projects Association Academic Dermatology Associates The Academy of Applied Science, Inc. ACT, Inc. Active Network, Inc. Airport Fast Park i Akerson Family Foundation Albuquerque Asphalt i Albuquerque Business Law, PC Alcon Laboratories, Inc. Alliance Consulting and Safety, LLC i American Campus Communities O i AstraZeneca Foundation Aztec Grading, Inc. i BBVA Compass Bank i Boeing Corporation i Bradbury Stamm Construction O i Brewer Oil Company i

Brunacini Development i Bunzl USA, Inc. i CAANES Paul and Virginia Cabot Charitable Trust Calibers Captiva Group i John S. Catron Revocable Trust Cafe Venture Company Center for Orthopaedic Trauma Advancement Center for Prenatal Development Central Texas Orthopedic Products, Inc. Champion Truss i Chaparral Materials, Inc. i Chavez Law Offices, PA i Emma and Louis Chay Trust Chico’s FAS, Inc. Clifton, Larson, Allen, LLP Credit Unions for Kids Crowne Plaza i CVS Corporation Dahl, Inc. Plumbing Wholesale i David Bryan Leonard, A Law Corporation Demand Printing Solutions i Distracted by Decor Eaves and Mendenhall, PA i EdgeCast Networks Continued on page 38

Kristen | Class of 2014 So I did this yesterday. #unm #2014 #graduation (See page 8)

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Elevate Performance Health Wellness i Embassy Suites and Spa i Enterprise Builders Corporation i Collin Chase Evans Special Trust Eye Associates of New Mexico The Fasken Foundation FBT Architects O Fernandez Company, Ltd. i Fidel, Perner and Michnovicz, LLC i Fidelity Investments i The Fine Law Firm Firestone Family Foundation, Inc. First Financial Credit Union Ford Country Fort Wayne Retina, PC Foundation for Entrepreneurial Excellence Frank’s Supply Company, Inc. i Friends of Maxwell Museum Friends of UNM Cancer Center Friends of UNM Popejoy Hall Gallegos Law Firm, PC i Garcia Infiniti Global Analytic IT Services Grand Rapids Community Foundation Grant and Associates Mechanical, Inc. i

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H B Construction O i Hartman Publishing, Inc. HEI, Inc. i Herrera Coaches, Inc. i High Finance Restaurant i IBM Corporation Independent Television Service Keleher and McLeod, PA Kevin Georges and Associates, PA i KOB-TV Albuquerque O KPMG, LLP KYRN Socorro Mine Country 102.1 Lattice Electro Optics Law Office of William H. Carpenter Legacy Hospitality i The Richard and Emily Levin Foundation Lexus of Albuquerque LithExcel Communication Service Provider i Lobo Aquatic Club, Inc. i Lone Mountain Contracting, Inc. i Los Alamos National Bank Marriott Pyramid i Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research MCM Eleganté Hotel and Event Center i

Rodey, Dickason, Sloan, Akin and Robb, PA RSF Land and Cattle Company, LLC i Rudy’s Country Store and Bar-B-Q i Sadie’s Cocinita i Samaritan Counseling Center San Bar Construction Corporation i Sandra C. Sanchez Trust Sandia Office Supply, Inc. i Serious Grippage and Light Co. i Service Electric i Shannon J. Shaw Memorial Fund Sheehan and Sheehan, PA Shell Oil Company Foundation Silicon Heights Computers, Inc. i SM Energy SMPC Architects Sodexo Sports and Leisure at the University of New Mexico i Southwest Family Guidance Center, LLC Southwest Financial Services i Stanley M. Reinhaus Family Foundation State Farm Companies i Subway i Technology Student Association TEMA Contemporary Furniture i Thrasher Research Fund TriCore Reference Laboratories Truist - United e-way United Way of Northern New Mexico University of California, San Diego UNM Medical Group, Inc. US New Mexico Federal Credit Union i Village Pharmacy, Inc. Villella Skarsgard and Noya Trust Account i Vintage Albuquerque Fine Wine and Art Auction The Walter Henry Freygang Foundation Wayne F. Yakes, MD Professional, LLC Wolf Creek Charitable Foundation Zia Credit Union

MCML, PA i Don and Colletta McMillian Foundation Modrall Sperling Law Firm i Moss Adams, LLP Mountain States Construction i Mr. Tux i MVD Express National Collegiate Athletic Association National Painting Company, Inc. i NECA, Central NM Chapter New Mexico Oil and Gas Association i New York Life i Nippo Precision Co., Ltd. Nob Hill Bar and Grill i Northern New Mexico Region of Lambda Car Northrop Grumman Corporation Oak Ridge Associated Universities Ornim Medical, Ltd. Palacio de Marquesa Peifer, Hanson and Mullins, PA i Pete Daskalos Properties i Peyton Wright Gallery, Inc. Pink Flamingos Planet Fitness i Post Tension Reinforcing Services, Inc. Quality Inn University i Rainbow Ryders, Inc. Ramada Hotel Albuquerque i Raysteel, Inc. i Raytheon Company Resolution Graphics i RMCI, Inc. i Robert Lehman Foundation

Photo: Erik Stenbakken

Photo: David Benyak

G i f t s t o t h e U n i v e r s i t y o f N e w M e x i c o

O Presidential Scholarship Program full sponsor or endowment donor A UNM President’s Club member i Lobo Club member

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o support UNM and its work with students, faculty and patients, please contact the UNM Foundation office at (505) 277-4503, 1-800-UNM-FUND (866-3863) or visit unmfund.org. For more specific giving opportunities, please see the list of programs and contacts below or refer to page 40.

Annual Giving

The Annual Giving Program solicits gifts from alumni and friends. Donors may designate their gifts to any area, college, school, department or program within the University or give unrestricted gifts. Contact Willie Romero at Willie.Romero@unmfund .org or (505) 277-2951.

Endowments

Donors establish endowed funds to support a specific purpose in perpetuity. See page 20. Contact Judith Davenport at Judith.Davenport@unmfund.org or (505) 277-9600.

Gifts of Real Property

The Gift Acceptance Committee of the UNM Foundation reviews gifts of real property, including real estate, works of art, equipment and other in-kind gifts. Contact Larry Ryan at Larry.Ryan@unmfund.org or (505) 277-2847.

Giving Online

Give online to a variety of areas through the Foundation’s secure website at unmfund.org.

Giving Societies and Dean’s Circles

Giving societies and dean’s circles receive gifts in support of specific programs or initiatives at UNM. Membership and gift thresholds vary by school, college or program. See page 40 for school, college or program constituent development officers.

Matching Gifts Program

Planned Giving

The Planned Giving Program provides donors with information and helps establish gifts through bequests, charitable trusts, gift annuities, retirement accounts and life insurance policies. The Foundation’s planned giving experts work closely with the donor’s own advisers to ensure the needs of the University and wishes of the donor are fulfilled. Contact Sheila Hard, JD at Sheila.Hard@unmfund.org or (505) 277-9604.

Presidential Scholarship Program

The Presidential Scholarship Program receives gifts for Presidential Scholars. See page 32. Contact Cathy Bunch at Cathy.Bunch@unmfund.org or (505) 277-5688.

Universitywide Giving Societies:

Cherry & Silver Society

Recognizing alumni who give within 24 months of graduation and then at least once every calendar year thereafter. See page 34. Contact Margaret Ortega at Margaret.Ortega@unmfund.org or (505) 277-0689.

New Horizons Society

Recognizing donors who have included the University in their estate plans. See page 26. Contact Sheila Hard, JD at Sheila.Hard@unmfund. org or (505) 277-9604.

UNM President’s Club

The Matching Gifts Program includes both national and local corporations that match their employees’ gifts to the UNM Foundation, enabling donors to double or even triple their gifts. Contact Suzanne Eubank at Suzanne.Eubank@unmfund.org or (505) 277-1747.

Supporting presidential initiatives for enhanced academic excellence and student enrichment through unrestricted gifts. See page 31. Contact Jalen Dominguez at Jalen.Dominguez@unmfund.org or (505) 277-2816.

Memorials and Honoraria

Recognizing cumulative giving to the University. See page 22. Contact Jill Slaby at Jill.Slaby@unmfund.org or (505) 277-9651.

Memorials and honoraria honor family and friends. Contact Jill Slaby at Jill.Slaby@unmfund.org or (505) 277-9651.

Ways to Give to UNM

Photo: Liz Lopez

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T h e U N M F o u n d a t i o n

The UNM Foundation President and CEO Henry Nemcik | (505) 277-1586 Vice President of University Development Larry Ryan | (505) 277-2847 Vice President of Health Sciences Center Development Bill Uher | (505) 277-4078 The professional staff at the UNM Foundation can answer questions or help craft a gift that matches your wishes with the needs of the students and UNM people who provide superb education, research, health care and community service.

UNM Foundation, Inc. Two Woodward Center 700 Lomas Blvd. NE Albuquerque, NM 87102 (505) 277-4503 1-800-UNM-FUND (866-3863)

@unmfund unmfoundation @unmfund

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Schools, Colleges & Programs

Athletics

Anderson School of Management Emily Blaugrund Fox (505) 277-7114

Lobo Leap to Excellence Campaign Lee De León (505) 925-5919

School of Architecture and Planning Laurie Roche (505) 277-6442

Suite and Club Seats Joe McLean (505) 925-5017

College of Arts and Sciences Jeff MacNutt (505) 277-0817 Yolanda Domínguez (505) 277-3194

Major and Planned Gifts Jon Burkett (505) 925-5900 Ed Manzanares (505) 925-5607

College of Education Mary Wolford (505) 277-1088 School of Engineering Larry Ryan (505) 277-2847 College of Fine Arts Samantha Starr (505) 277-7320 Harwood Museum of Art Juniper Manley (575) 758-9826 Honors Program | School of Public Administration | Scholarships Larry Ryan (505) 277-2847 New Mexico PBS (Public Television) Theresa Spencer (505) 277-1225 KUNM (Public Radio) Mary Oishi (505) 277-8006 School of Law Larry Ryan (505) 277-2847 Popejoy Hall Maryellen Missik-Tow (505) 277-2159 College of University Libraries and Learning Sciences Kristine Purrington (505) 277-5632

Annual Giving Jon Burkett (505) 925-5900

East Coast Regional Development Steven Tremble (347) 563-8265

West Coast Regional Development Frankie Melvin (818) 640-0372

Central Development Office

Health Sciences Center

Annual Giving | UNM President’s Club Jalen Dominguez (505) 277-2816

UNM Cancer Center Justin Schroer (505) 925-0471

Corporate and Foundation Relations Betsy Till (505) 277-1589

School of Medicine Ken Thompson (505) 362-3310 Trent Dimas (505) 277-2009 Jennifer Klass (505) 277-2195

Development Services Annette Hazen (505) 277-9628

College of Nursing Bill Uher (505) 277-4078 College of Pharmacy Rich Grainger (505) 272-3657 UNM Hospitals Anndee Wright Brown (505) 277-2814

Donor Relations | Tom L. Popejoy Society Jill Slaby (505) 277-9651 Endowment Relations Judith Davenport (505) 277-9600 Matching Gifts Suzanne Eubank (505) 277-1747 Memorials and Honoraria Jill Slaby (505) 277-9651

Children’s Miracle Network Kara Clem (505) 277-4553

Planned Gifts Sheila Hard, JD (505) 277-9604

UNM Branch Campuses

Presidential Scholarship Program Cathy Bunch (505) 277-5688

UNM Gallup UNM Los Alamos UNM Taos UNM Valencia Larry Ryan (505) 277-2847

Principal Giving and Regional Development Wendy Stires (505) 277-0318


PUBLICATION CREDITS AVP of Special Projects | Wendy Antonio Communications Manager | Jennifer Kemp Editor | Todd Staats

Student Success & Opportunity

Design + Production | Cyd Riley, Firefly Studios

Faculty Support & Research

Infographics | John Clark | Mario Lara | Cyd Riley | Esther Trillo

Campus Programs Capital Projects & Facilities

Web + Electronic Development | Mario Lara Contributing Writers Wendy Antonio | Hilary Mayall Jetty | Jennifer Kemp Michelle McRuiz | Michele Sequeira | Todd Staats

Whose World Will You Change?

#lobovision Special thanks go to UNMF Communications Assistant and UNM School of Architecture and Planning Graduate Student John Clark, who conceived, designed and executed our #Lobovision campaign (see page 8) with the assistance of Marketing and Communications Coordinator Mario Lara.

Front cover photo | Liz Lopez Shannon Yellowhorse and her daughter, Shyanne, soak in the happiness of graduation day near one of the many Lobo statues on UNM’s main campus, May 2014. Shannon graduated with a bachelor’s degree in education, with a major in early childhood mulitcultural education; previously, she earned an associate’s degree in nursing from UNM Gallup.

back cover photo | Eric Barreras Lobo Louie surveys sunrise above Albuquerque on Sandia Crest. Go Lobos! Produced by the University of New Mexico Foundation. All gifts made to the UNM Foundation are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Photo: Liz Lopez

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