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Changing Worlds Changes Lives WORLDS CHANGE. LIVES IMPROVE. BECAUSE of PEOPLE LIKE YOU.

Where Generosity Meets Excellence at UNM

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M E S S AG E F R O M T H E U N M P R E S I D E N T

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M E S S AG E F R O M T H E U N M F O U N DAT I O N L E A D E R S H I P

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U N M F O U N DAT I O N B OA R D O F T R U S T E E S

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THE YEAR IN NUMBERS

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C H A N G I N G WO R L D S 2 0 2 0 : T H E C A M PA I G N F O R U N M You have helped the UNM Foundation reach 84 percent of our ultimate campaign goal of $1 billion, as The Campaign for UNM heads into its final four years.

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C H A N G I N G WO R L D S C H A N G E S L I V E S UNM students and recent graduates have benefited not only from their quality education but also from the generosity of the donors who supported them. Read their stories.

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N E W E N D OW M E N T S

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TO M L . P O P E J OY S O C I E T Y This prestigious society celebrates cumulative giving by some of UNM’s most generous alumni and friends.

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N E W H O R I ZO N S S O C I E T Y This planned giving society recognizes donors or have made other types of planned gifts.

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G I F T S TO T H E U N I V E R S I T Y O F N E W M E X I CO

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who have included UNM in their estate plans


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From the time I was a student and now as President of my alma mater, I have always been proud to be a Lobo. Our recent achievements, which are moving the University, its students, programs and research forward, have increased my pride.

From the UNM President

Our efforts to attract the best students and help them be successful academically are working. We have seen the number of enrolled students with a 26 ACT score or higher increase 12 percent and the retention rate of

nearly 80 percent. These achievements, combined with our record high graduation rates, indicate our efforts are effective. UNM continues to be a place of discovery and innovation. This year, 69 U.S. patents were issued for UNM innovations,

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freshmen going into their sophomore year increase to

which is a record high for UNM. In addition, we have launched 39 start-up companies since 2012. These achievements

Robert G. Frank ’74 BS, ’77 MA, ’79 PhD

demonstrate that our faculty, students and researchers are finding solutions to critical challenges, and that these solutions are contributing to the New Mexico economy. I am proud that our comprehensive brand initiative launched this spring. Our new brand will enhance UNM’s global reputation, further unify our campus, and help the public better understand who we are, what we do and why it matters. This work is vital as we continue to recruit the best students and faculty, distinguish ourselves from our competitors and increase awareness of our top-tier programs. Because of you, we are now closer than ever to achieving our goal of raising $1 billion in private support by 2020. This year almost 13,000 donors gave more than $87 million in support of the University and its students. I am deeply grateful for the steadfast support from our alumni, friends and community members. Your gifts help propel our scholarships, programs, research and patient care forward, and I thank each of you for investing in UNM. Thank you for your commitment to our mission and students. Together, UNM’s students, faculty, staff, researchers, alumni and donors are changing the world. Go Lobos!

ROBERT G . FR ANK President University of New Mexico

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From the UNM Foundation Leadership At the UNM Foundation, we believe that philanthropy changes people’s lives, and when their lives change, their worlds change as well. Stories that illustrate this impact and exemplify how gifts to UNM improve the lives of others in meaningful ways are featured in this report. Nicole Palacios (featured on page 10), a single mother who returned to school to pursue her MBA at UNM, benefited from the Corine Müller-Peña Scholarship, which was established to honor another single mother who realized her own dream of higher education. Ison Tenney (featured on page 11), a U.S. Air Force veteran and recent nursing graduate, received the Diane Adamo Memorial Scholarship in Nursing, which had been established by a grieving family wanting to carry on the legacy of their loved one, who was also a nurse. Nicole and Ison’s worlds—as well as the worlds of countless other UNM students— have been changed forever thanks to the generosity of donors like you. Some donors have provided endowed gifts that deliver benefit to UNM in perpetuity. We are pleased that the Consolidated Investment Fund’s (CIF) performance (see page 4) is on target relative to our similarly sized peers. We anticipate that our modest risks will provide strong long-term returns, which will change worlds at UNM for years to come. We are grateful to all of our donors— individuals, corporations and foundations— who honor UNM through their giving. Your gifts support the excellence, creativity, discovery and achievement that occur throughout the University, year in and year out. Every gift to UNM has the potential to change lives by changing worlds. On behalf of our students, faculty, staff, student-athletes, coaches, health care providers, patients and their families, we thank you for your generosity and continued support. MICHELLE COONS

HENRY NEMCIK

Board of Trustees Chair UNM Foundation

President and CEO UNM Foundation

Michelle Coons

Henry Nemcik


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William F. Lang J

Carolyn Abeita

ASSISTANT TREASURER

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Carl Alongi | 2006-2018

Michelle Coons CHAIR LOS R A NCHOS DE A L BUQU E RQU E 2007-2019

Gary Dushane J A L BUQU E RQU E

| 2016-2020

Greg Foltz J A L BUQU E RQU E

| 2016-2020

Cheryl Fossum Graham, PhD J S A N TA F E , N E W M E X ICO

Gus Foster TAOS, N E W M E X ICO

COR R A L ES, N E W M E X ICO

A L BUQU E RQU E

| 2016-2020

| 2007-2017

PRESIDENT, UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO

A L BUQU E RQU E

A L BUQU E RQU E

A L BUQU E RQU E

PRESIDENT, UNM ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

DEAN, UNM COLLEGE OF NURSING

Lameck Lukanga

2012-2017

DE N V E R , COLOR A DO

Tommy Roberts

| 2015-2019

Stephen Martinez A L BUQU E RQU E

FA R M I NGTON, N E W M E X ICO

| 2015-2019

2014-2018

Lynn Mosher COR R A L ES, N E W M E X ICO

Kurt L. Roth BROOK LY N, N E W Y OR K

| 2012-2020

OR L A N DO, F LOR I DA

VICE CHAIR, CHAIR-ELECT A L BUQU E RQU E

NATIONAL VICE CHAIR HOUSTON, T E X A S

| 2014-2018

PRESIDENT AND CEO, UNM FOUNDATION

TAOS, N E W M E X ICO

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Judy Zanotti A L BUQU E RQU E

Anthony Pachelli, MD

Q End of Service Term, June 30, 2016

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Linda Warning

2010-P R ESE N T

A L BUQU E RQU E

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Randy Velarde

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Ryan Mummert A L BUQU E RQU E

| 2012-2020

David Salazar

Laurie Moye

A L BUQU E RQU E

DEAN, UNM SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE AND PLANNING

| 2011-2019

Nancy Ridenour

| 2016-2017

Henry Nemcik

Geraldine Forbes Isais

| 2015-2017

Dorothy Rainosek

James Lewis

Gary L. Gordon Q

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Don Power

SECRETARY

Robert G. Frank

2014-2017

Kimberly Peña

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Marron Lee

A L BUQU E RQU E

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TAOS, N E W M E X ICO

William Lang

UNM REGENT

IMMEDIATE PAST CHAIR A L BUQU E RQU E

Sherry Prud’homme Parsons

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A L BUQU E RQU E

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FORM E R BOARD CHAI RS

Carl Alongi

Ann Rhoades

2013-2015

1998-2000

Gary L. Gordon

Dick Morris

2011-2013

1996-1998

Anne Yegge

Wayne Davenport

2009-2011

1994-1996

Thelma Domenici

Maralyn Budke

2007-2009

1992-1994

Robert L. Bovinette

Maxine Friedman

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Robert M. Goodman

Jerry Geist

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Mary D. Poole

Jack Rust

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FY 2015-2016 More than $87 million in private support was given to The University of New Mexico during the July 1, 2015 June 30, 2016 fiscal year. Along with you, almost 13,000 donors provided in

FOUNDATIONS

CORPORATIONS

19.8%

15.1%

$17. 2M

$13.1M

excess of 33,000 gifts, proving that the future of student

OTHER ORGANIZATIONS

23.5%

success, excellent patient care, outstanding faculty and cutting-edge research are highly valued at UNM.

$20. 5M

Private support includes gifts and pledges received

ALUMNI & FRIENDS

for the benefit of UNM’s students, schools, colleges,

41.6%

departments and programs.

$36. 2M

Your generosity changes worlds daily at The University of New Mexico. We are grateful for your trust, and we thank you for your gifts.

The UNM Board of Regents has delegated authority to the UNM Foundation CO N SO LI DATE D I NVE STM E NT F U N D Investment Committee to oversee and manage the endowment assets of the FY 2015-2016 University and the Foundation. The pooled assets are combined for investment purposes and operated as a unitized pool known as the Consolidated CIF ASSET ALLOCATION Investment Fund (CIF). The CIF is managed in accordance REAL ASSETS — REAL ASSETS — LIQUID ILLIQUID with the Consolidated Investment Fund Investment Policy, PRIVATE which is approved by both the UNM Foundation Board of EQUITY Trustees and the UNM Board of Regents.

2.9%

CIF investments are invested for the long-term using a diversified approach with the principal goal of maximizing the return, and thus the benefit to UNM, at a commensurate and acceptable level of risk. Investment strategy is 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). The CIF finished the year with a market value of approximately $395.1 million, compared to $405.8 million a year ago, and an investment return of -1.3 percent, as compared to 0.5 percent the previous fiscal year. In addition to customary investment management expenses, a development funding allocation (DFA) of 1.6 percent is assessed against each participating fund to assist with operational expenses.

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5.6%

9.6%

MARKETABLE ALTERNATIVES

20.1%

FIXED INCOME AND CASH

20.6%

U.S. EQUITY

21.8% INTERNATIONAL EQUITY

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$1OOM

3.8%

$87.0

1.2%

PHYSICAL PLANT

$90.7

13.8%

LIBRARY

$87.6

OTHER RESTRICTED

$81.6

8.8%

$83.9

PUBLIC SERVICE

9.0%

26.4%

$2OM

ACADEMIC DIVISIONS

19.6%

FACULTY & STAFF

RESEARCH

5.1%

$6OM

$4OM

ATHLETICS

STUDENT FINANCIAL AID

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SPENDING DISTRIBUTION by DONOR-DESIGNATED PURPOSE

CIF MARKET VALUE

$5OOM

LIBRARIES

0.6%

GIFT ANNUITIES

0.5%

PROGRAMS

13.3%

FACULTY

25.6%

$395.1

$405.8

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5.0%

5.4%

Portfolio Benchmark

-0.9%

5.4%

5.2%

$15.9

UNM CIF

$13.8

5 year

$13.5

3 year

$14.0

2015-16

$14.9

7.5%

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RESEARCH

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$358.4

50.9%

BUILDINGS / EQUIPMENT

$329.5

STUDENT SUPPORT

$415.2

$40OM

$2OM

$15M

$1OM

$5M

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GIFT COMMITMENTS BY FISCAL YEAR

The 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. We welcome your questions at (505) 313-7600 or (505) 277-4503.

FY 2014-2015

FY 2015-2016

Reported on financial statements: Cash/Cash Equivalents (GAAP)

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

$27,165,499

$29,283,213

In-Kind Gifts (GAAP)

$ 205,685

$231,950

Pledges (GAAP)

$1,135,727

$656,750

Not reported on financial statements, but recognized as campaign gifts:

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Cash/Cash Equivalents (Reported by UNM)

$34,243,348

$31,300,065

In-Kind (Campaign reporting standard)

$ 5,694,650

$3,706,143

Pledges (Campaign reporting standard)

$6,230,873

($1,440,141)

Testamentary Gifts (Campaign reporting standard)

$16,010,174

$23,310,259

$90,685,956

$87,048,239

TOTAL GIFT COMMITMENTS

V 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. 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.

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Your Gifts Change Worlds, Now and in the Future success, faculty research, campus programs and capital projects through their philanthropic giving to the University. The campaign’s theme, “Changing Worlds,” captures how lives are improved and enhanced through experiences and interactions at The University of New Mexico. Students come to UNM from diverse backgrounds—from big cities to small towns, from across the country to around the world—to explore, learn and achieve personal goals and dreams. They work with dedicated, accomplished faculty to conduct world-class scientific research, develop inventions throughout the scientific disciplines and create inspirational art. Breakthrough discoveries made by UNM’s medical researchers and the skilled care provided by the UNM Health Sciences Center’s physicians, nurses and other providers improve patients’ lives. Combined, these experiences transform people’s lives, perspectives and attitudes—ultimately changing their worlds. And while their worlds are influenced at UNM, they, in turn, influence the world around them. Since The University of New Mexico launched The Campaign for UNM in 2006, more than 69,000 donors have contributed more than $836 million to UNM’s students, faculty, programs, facilities, research and patient care. Thanks to the generosity of many people, corporations and foundations, we are closer than ever to reaching our overall campaign goal of $1 billion in private support by December 2020. Each gift has the potential to change worlds for our students, faculty, researchers, health care providers and patients. Imagine how your gift will answer the fundamental question of

Changing Worlds 2020: The Campaign for UNM—

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Changing Worlds 2020: The Campaign for UNM inspires alumni and friends to support student

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2020

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2016

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July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2016

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2006

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$ 836, 1 83,820

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Against All Odds A N D E R S O N S C H O O L A L U M N A C R E AT E S S C H O L A R S H I P I N M OTH E R ’ S H O N O R TO B E N E F IT S I N G LE - PA R E NT S T U D E NT S B y HIL ARY MAYALL J ET T Y

“I always thought scholarships were just for full-time students with great GPAs,” said Nicole Palacios. “I’m a single mom with two kids, and I work full time. Ever since they

what Corine went through. I have my ‘Oh, why am I doing this’ moments, but the goal is really there. I can see it now.” Completing an educational path is personally meaningful for Kimberly, now a

were little, I wanted to go back to school.”

CPA running her own consulting firm, FPR

Her determination earned Nicole a BBA in 2015

Advisors LLP, and a development stage

from UNM’s Anderson School of Management

company with Corine focused on promoting

(ASM), and next year she will achieve a master’s degree in accounting. Nicole is the current recipient of the Corine Müller-Peña Scholarship, which honors another single mother who realized her own dream of higher education. Widowed tragically at the P H O T O C O U R T E S Y : N I C O L E PA L A C I O S

age of 29, Corine had four children to raise; her youngest, Kimberly, was only three months old. Her strength and faith focused her efforts on the care of her children. A fourth generation New Mexican and first in her family to graduate from high school, Corine delayed her lifelong desire to go to college until her children were well on their way to their own careers. Like Nicole, she worked while attending classes part time. After Kimberly Peña earned a BBA in accounting at ASM in 1991, Corine found a job at UNM and completed her own BBA with a concentration in human resources. “My mom is a fantastic role model,” stated Kimberly, a 2013 ASM Hall of Fame inductee and a UNM Foundation Board of Trustees member. “It’s hard after you’ve been away from school to start studying again.” The scholarship, soon to be endowed, is a tribute to her mother’s dedication and a gift for other single parents attending ASM as undergrads or graduate students. After high school, Nicole attended college

From left,

stories and languages. “My degree provided

Nicole

so many opportunities for me,” Kimberly said.

Palacios and

“There’s always a story behind someone’s

her children,

circumstances, and we purposely made this

Garrett and

scholarship very nontraditional.”

Taylor, pose

“I wish more donors thought about

at the UNM

supporting these kinds of students,” noted

Duck Pond.

Corine. “They have the added responsibilities

for a while, but like many other students her

of taking care of children and a household.”

education was interrupted when she got

Nicole may be one of those donors someday.

married and had kids. The marriage didn’t last,

“I really want to be successful,” she declared,

but her desire to finish school persisted. “I’ve

“and I’d love to be able to make this kind of

met Kimberly and Corine, and they are such an

contribution to someone else’s life.”

inspiration to me,” said Nicole. “I can relate to

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Triumph from Tragedy S C H O L A R S H I P H O N O R S N U R S E ’ S M E M O R Y, P R O V I D E S U.S. AIR FORCE VETERAN NEW CAREER OPPORTUNITY B y MICHELLE G . MCRUIZ

Ison Tenney, RN (BSN ’16) didn’t choose his career in health care—the military chose it for him when he joined the U.S. Air Force

his graduation

36 years ago when her brother, Sam Adamo, urged her to move from Pittsburgh to New Mexico, where he lived, for a change of

to earn money for college. A scholarship

scenery. She graduated from the College in

endowed in the memory of Diane Adamo

1984 and began work at St. Joseph Medical

(BSN ’84), who did choose a career in health

Center. One week later, Diane died in an auto

care, but whose life was cut short tragically

accident. Her grieving family established

at an early age, helped Ison and many others

the Diane Adamo Memorial Scholarship in

through the years become everyday heroes

Nursing shortly thereafter and has continued

for the ill and injured.

to donate to the fund through the years.

Upon joining the Air Force, Ison was Celebrating

Diane’s journey into health care began

Sam and his wife, Wendy, are both UNM

assigned to become a medical technician.

alumni who reside in Virginia but plan to

During his nine years of service, he respected

return to New Mexico in two years.

how nurses excelled at combining the

“It makes us feel good knowing we’ve

technical aspects of patient care with

helped students like Ison achieve their goals,”

compassion and composure. After fulfilling his

says Sam. The scholarship fund is one of the

left to right,

military duty he enrolled in UNM’s College of

College of Nursing’s largest.

his wife, Emily,

Nursing, and he graduated this past May.

this past May, Ison Tenney is joined by,

As a married student with young children,

his sons, Ison

“It’s our job to advocate for patients,

Jr. and Peter,

to be a voice for them,” Ison said. “They trust

gratitude deepened when he learned the

and his mom,

us even though they don’t always understand

story behind the scholarship. “To be selected

Pamela Tenney.

what’s going on with their health.”

for the scholarship, to realize that Diane’s

Ison appreciated the financial help. But his

family thought I was worthy, is very touching,” he said. Ison’s experience and maturity stood out in nursing school, and in one of his courses he taught classmates how origami can be applied as a therapeutic tool for patients. Ison also participated in the VA Nursing Academic Partner Program, which places students at the VA Medical Center for clinical experience. P H O T O : K AT H Y M O N T OYA

After his UNM graduation, he accepted a position at the center’s intensive care unit. Diane would have been supportive of helping students like Ison, said Sam. “She was the kind of person I’d like to be,” he said. “I can’t think of a better way to remember her than by advancing education and helping people.”

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Perfecting Practice U N M S C H O O L O F M E D I C I N E F A C U LT Y M E M B E R SUPPORTS STUDE NTS’ WORK , LIFE BAL ANCE B y HIL ARY MAYALL J ET T Y

chemistry,” she noted, “but I had more leeway to

For recent UNM School of Medicine (SOM) graduate My Ngoc (Amy) Nim, MD, it’s Taiko drumming and karate; for SOM faculty member Alan Firestone, MD, it’s playing soccer or the violin. These activities help both physicians find balance in the midst of demanding academic and work schedules. Taiko, a Japanese musical form, utilizes large barrel-shaped drums. “Taiko is very stress relieving,” Amy explained. “It’s music and a workout

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for many years, lauds this academic flexibility. “Students with liberal arts experience often make better doctors,” he said. “They may be more people-oriented as opposed to strictly technological; more willing to sit and listen to someone’s story. If you only study the sciences, you may be so interested in getting facts that you miss important underlying information.” The Firestone Family Foundation, overseen by Dr. Firestone’s brother, Jack, contributes to medicine, education and music, interests shared

when I’m busy.”

by Dr. Firestone and his wife, Barbara. Amy

Dr. Firestone,

received the foundation’s annual SOM scholarship

who loves

in her two final years of medical school. A General Medicine and Family Practice

chamber

physician, Dr. Firestone’s philanthropic

music with

philosophy seeks to encourage community-

friends, advises

based practice. “Anything we can do to help

students to

medical students during their training decreases

create time for interests like art, sports or music throughout their lives. Growing up in Albuquerque, knew she

wanted to be a doctor. Nearly 200 students apply

the debt they have to take on,” he explained. “This allows them to focus on being good physicians, and not just on how much money they can earn.” During her clinical rotations, Amy discovered a love for psychiatry, and she recently began her residency at New York’s Montefiore/ Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She hopes to work with children, and eventually return to New Mexico. The scholarship was an additional boost

each year to the combined BA/MD Program at

for balancing her studies and life. “In letters to

the SOM; fewer than 30 are accepted. Amy made

Dr. Firestone, I sent a picture of me doing Taiko,

with her Taiko

it through the rigorous selection process and

and thoughts about my [then] upcoming

drumming

completed her BA with dual majors in psychology

residency,” she said. “I hope it was cool for him to

group in

and Spanish. “A lot of students who want to

see those two sides of me.” Although they have

Albuquerque.

get into medical school major in biology or

never met, it surely was.

(second from left) poses

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SOM faculty and BA/MD admissions committee

to do it even

Amy always

(Amy) Nim, MD,

Dr. Firestone, who has served on the UNM

all in one. I try

practicing

My Ngoc

get a degree in something else.”


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By the age of 6, Cheyne Dorsey (BLA ’16) knew he was fast. Though it would be years before his first track meet, the kid from Long Beach, Calif., emerged early as an athlete, starting baseball at 5 and football at 6. His mom, who had run track in college, encouraged Cheyne (pronounced Shane) to give track a try—and to stick with it despite its physical demands. Some 60 years before, clear across the country in upstate New York, high-school cross-country champion Ray Berube (BSED ’60) watched the Lobos play football against

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West Point and decided that UNM was the school for him—no more running in terrible winter weather. He hitchhiked to Albuquerque, auditioned for the UNM track team, received a scholarship, and became a Lobo track star.

Cheyne pushed himself in the classroom,

Cheyne

too, as an interdisciplinary major in the

Dorsey

liberal arts with concentrations in business

(right) passes

served as president of both the UNM Alumni

communications and journalism. He was a

the baton to

Association and the Lettermen’s Association.

charter member of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity

Chris Kline

and a member of the National Society of

during the

Leadership and Success.

Lobo men’s

Later in his life, Ray, a passionate Lobos fan,

His wife and college sweetheart, Jackie, created the Raymond E. Berube, Jr. Memorial Track Scholarship after his death in 2005. That scholarship helped Cheyne focus less on the cost of college and more on academics and track. “We always wanted to give back to UNM because they gave to Ray when he was in need,” Jackie said of the scholarship. Although the two men never met, Ray likely would have seen Cheyne’s potential, as others have. At UNM, Cheyne proved his prowess at indoor and outdoor meets in the 400-meter dash, 400-meter hurdle race, and 4x400meter relay events. “Cheyne came to the UNM track program as a walk-on athlete but quickly developed into a Mountain West

“I enjoyed UNM’s diversity most of all,”

4x400

said Cheyne. “The student-athletes come

relay at the

from all over the country, and I enjoyed

Don Kirby

getting to know them and their aspirations.”

Invitational

Cheyne plans to pursue a graduate degree

last February.

in sports administration at UNM. “My ultimate goal is to open a sports training facility that also serves as an ACT/SAT training center so students can train both their minds and their bodies,” he said. He is also an aspiring barber and wants to open a chain of barbershops with his family. Jackie’s generous act 11 years ago helped

Conference scorer,” said UNM track coach

create a legacy for Ray’s passion for UNM.

Richard J. Ceronie. “His work ethic was

“I thank her for giving me the opportunity

outstanding, and he had an excellent

to run track at UNM,” said Cheyne, “and

athletic career at UNM along with his fine

appreciate her supporting UNM student-

academic accomplishments.”

athletes in what they love to do.”

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The t-shirt message reads, “You never know how strong you are until being strong is the only choice you have.” Amy Eggers, New Mexico’s 2016-17 Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) Champion Child, designed it with assistance from schoolmates. In early 2015 Amy’s life suddenly shifted from high school, friends, dancing and shopping to extended stays at UNM Children’s Hospital.

in Washington, D.C. and Disney World. Amy is grateful for the Child Life staff and volunteers. “Someone stops by every day,” she said. “If doctors are putting a device in, like a tube, they bring stuffed animals and use them to show children and parents what is going to happen. It makes the experience less traumatic.” UNM Children’s Hospital is the only CMN

Amy Eggers

Her gastro-intestinal tract stopped working,

hospital in New Mexico; all gifts received

poses with

and she became seriously ill.

through CMN fund-raising efforts remain here

her colorful

to serve young patients. That was an important

snowman

invasive procedures, frustrating infections

factor in Todd’s decision. “I’m proud to be a

last winter.

and a major surgery have challenged Amy

UNM alum,” he

on every level. Yet the spunky 18-year-old

said, “but even

has endured with the help of her skilled

if I weren’t,

medical teams and support services

I’d still give.

funded by generous donors like Todd and

We have three

Cristie Sandoval.

kids, and we’re

Grueling rounds of diagnostic and

Todd graduated from UNM’s Anderson

committed

School of Management with a BA in business

to helping

administration and finance. He is president of

children in our

Sandia Office Supply, a company he founded

community.”

in 2003. Cristie received her PharmD at the

Amy is

UNM College of Pharmacy. She encouraged

anxious to

Todd to participate as a business sponsor

complete high

in the CMN Radiothon. They donate generously

school. “This

every year. “We sponsor matching ‘power

experience

hours.’” Todd explained, “where we challenge

changed my

others to give. We also post it on our

perspective on

Facebook page and e-mail our customers

everything,”

to encourage contributions.”

she stated. “It’s

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Amy is an ambassador at national gatherings

taught me not

Hospital is one area that receives CMN funding.

to take things

Educators and counselors provide art projects,

for granted.”

games and conversation to lift spirits and give

She also hopes to become a pediatrician.

children a respite from medical routines.

“Because I’ve been through all of this, I feel

Patients get “Beads of Courage” each time

I would relate to young patients with more

they undergo a procedure; Amy’s string is

empathy,” Amy explained. “I think that will

long and colorful. As a CMN Champion Child,

make me a better doctor.”

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Finding the Light COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS E NDOWE D SCHOL ARSHIP I N S P I R E S T H E AT R E S T U D E N T While a CFA student, Andrew taught theatre to 9- to 16-year olds. “I wanted to show them that theatre is a living art form and that pursuing theatre as a career is not something fanciful; it’s how people make their living and PHOTO: UNM COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS

their art,” he said. Susan was on the faculty at UNM for nearly 30 years and focused exclusively on theatre education during her last 10. While the CFA’s theatre education program no longer exists, the scholarship “can be for any theatre or education major who wants to work with kids,” she said. When Andrew and Susan met, Andrew was humbled by her connections and vast teaching Andrew Melendez (center) stars

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Talking to Andrew Melendez (BA ’15),

experience. “I thought, ‘There are people out there doing what I want to do, and one of them is sitting across from me,’” he said.

you wouldn’t guess he once didn’t know what

“The extraordinary connections between

theatre was. A recipient of the Susan Pearson

our students and donors can mean more than

Endowment for Theatre Education and now

financial support,” says CFA Dean Kymberly

and Dance’s

a graduate of the College of Fine Arts (CFA), Andrew is making theatre, with a focus on

Pinder. “In the case of Susan and Andrew,

musical The

25th Annual

education, his career.

in the UNM Department of Theatre

Putnam County

UNM Professor Emerita of Theatre

Spelling Bee

Susan Pearson was delighted to see Andrew

last spring.

receive the scholarship she endowed upon her retirement in 2010. “If someone has that kind of passion to work with kids, I want them to have the resources,” she said. Growing up in a large family in Gallup, N.M., Andrew had always loved to sing and perform.

a mentorship and friendship will equip Andrew for his future successes.” Andrew has continued to take UNM classes since graduation. He performed in the Department of Theatre and Dance’s musical The 25th Annual Putnam County

Spelling Bee this past spring. Earlier this year he worked as an intern in the Santa Fe Opera’s education and community programs. He plans

His first epiphany about theatre’s potential to

to pursue graduate studies in theatre education

change lives occurred in seventh grade, when

and teach in public schools.

he was cast as the scarecrow in The Wizard of

In theatre, “find your light” means to

Oz. He loved the entire experience. By the time

move from a darkened area of the stage toward

he graduated from high school in Albuquerque,

the lights and feel them on your face. It also

where he studied drama and performed,

has become a metaphor for Andrew’s journey.

Andrew knew theatre was his calling. He hasn’t

“I’ve been edging closer to the center, finding

wavered since.

my light,” he said.

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Aimee Marie, Jeanette and Aimee Louise Adams Scholarship Fund for Native American Students Mary Ann Anamosa Endowed Scholarship Anderson Executive MBA Scholarship Fund Jeff Apodaca Celebration of Life Nursing Scholarship Fund at UNM Hospital Bruce and Tina Benton Scholarship H. Allen Berkheimer Civil Engineering Scholarship Fund Department of Biology Endowed Graduate Fellowship Hal (Harold Edward) Brown Memorial Scholarship Shelton and Maxine Cole Endowed Scholarship Alex and Pat Czeto Endowed Scholarship in Electrical and Computer Engineering Pat and Alex Czeto Endowed Scholarship in Nutrition and Dietetics Predicanda DeGeer Scholarship Fund Judy Putman Dirks Endowed Chair of Gynecologic Cancer Care Jeffrey Doll and Linda Novy-Doll Endowed Scholarship Phyllis Flanders Dorset Scholarship in English Literature Espey Endowment

Art Gardenswartz and Sonya Priestly Global Travel Education Endowment for the College of Fine Arts James H. Gibson Scholarship Fund Tony Gleaton Scholarship for the MFA in Photography Endowed Fund Joseph A. Gorvetzian, MD and Nancy A. Croker, MD Endowed Scholarship Jules and Felice Grad Endowed Scholarship Heartline Program Fund for UNM Hospital Holzapfel Ethnology Endowment Fund Scott Andrew Hudson Scholarship in History

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C R E AT E A N E N D OW M E N T

An endowed fund is a gift that lasts in perpetuity. It provides continuing support to the University in the areas of the donor’s interest. Endowed funds may support student scholarships, faculty, 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 donor intent and University policies are honored.

YOU MAY FU LLY FU N D AN E N DOWM E NT IN MANY WAYS:

• With a one-time gift of at least the full minimum amount,

which varies depending on the endowment’s purpose

• Over a three-year pledge period

• Through a bequest or other deferred gift

In addition to cash, endowed funds may be established and funded through any gift vehicle recognized by the UNM Foundation. These include:

• Gifts of securities or real property

• Pooled gifts from a group of family, friends or colleagues

• Memorial contributions • Recurring gifts

contact any college or school development officer (see page 40) or Endowment Relations Manager Judith Davenport at Judith.Davenport @unmfund.org or (505) 313-7651.

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Founded in 1982, the Tom L. Popejoy Society recognizes philanthropic leaders whose cumulative giving over the course of their lifetimes exceeds $50,000. Thirty-four years later, this esteemed group of donors has grown to more than 1,000 active members who represent all aspects of The University of New Mexico. Named in honor of UNM’s legendary ninth president, Tom L. Popejoy, the society was established to embrace a community of philanthropists who impart President Popejoy’s passion and commitment to the University and who are changing worlds each and every day. Thanks to Popejoy Society members, the greatest impact on student success and opportunity, faculty support and research, campus programs, and capital projects and facilities can be achieved. For more information on this prestigious society, please contact Donor Relations Director Jill Slaby at Jill.Slaby@unmfund.org or (505) 313-7650. For Popejoy Society memorial listings, please visit unmfund.org/popejoy-society.

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Michael Williams and Juliana Boyle Elizabeth Wills and Robert Downey Deborah and Keith Wilson Stephanie and Brian Wimbish Peter A. Winograd Charlotte Wood Douglas Wood Marion Woodham ð Catherine Woodward Johnna and Ken Yarbrough Linda Yates and Peyton Yates, Jr. Gloria Ybarra and Fernando Barnuevo Lian and Kevin Yearout Steven Yearout Anne and Vince Yegge Eileen and Anthony Yeung

Jo and David Whitten Lynnie Wienecke and Oscar George, Jr. Elizabeth and James Wiggins Brahna and Janusz Wilczynski Scott Wilkinson and Jane Schermerhorn Wilkinson Larry Willard Richard Williams John Williams Luane Williams

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Fay Abrams Revathi A-Davidson and Russ Davidson Raymond Ament Beverly Anderson Larry Anderson and Mary Payne Roy Anderson Joan Arsenault Ellen and Evan Ashcraft Kristina and Harry Asmussen Sandra and Burck Bailey Jack Baker and Rene Balagna Rene Balagna and Jack Baker David Barbour Robert Bartell and Kathleen Manygoats Stephen Bass and Laura Hueter-Bass Vance Bass and Margo Milleret Margaret Bell Martha Benton* H. Allen Berkheimer, Jr.* Maria and Mayor Richard Berry Tana and Roy Bidwell Amy Black Samuel Bluefarb Patricia Boardman Janet Boles and Frank Evans Susan and Paul Bombardt Paula and James Bonnell Stephen Borbas Karl Bossi

Yvonne and Robert Bovinette Joan and Raymond Bowen Jeanette and Jim Boyer Janice Branch-Ruggiero and Lenny Ruggiero Frances Bratton Anita and John Briscoe Elizabeth and James Brown 5 Barbara Busch and Jaye Jensen Joan Bybee Louise Campbell-Tolber and Steven Tolber Elaine Carey Marilyn and Jack Carlson Shannan Carter and Janet Yates Edward Cassidy Maria Catanach Roy Caton, Jr. Barbara Caton Clare and Thomas Cavanaugh William Chambers Rudolph Chavez Edith Cherry and D. James See Virginia Clark F.P. Pete Clements Gwen Clouthier Joan Gilberry Coke Judith Colnaghi Patrick Conroy Kenneth Corazza Manuel Cortez, Jr. and Theresa Tarantino-Cortez Patricia Covington and Shari Rhode Bruce Creel 5 Alice Cushing

The University of New Mexico Foundation would like to recognize our donors who have included the University in their estate plans or who have made other types of planned gifts. New Horizons Society (NHS) members are recognized at an annual luncheon event. A planned gift may take the form of a provision in a will or living trust, a beneficiary designation (such as on a bank or investment account, a retirement account, or life insurance), a gift annuity, a charitable remainder trust or other arrangements. Members of Lobo Legacy or Forever Lobo Society, a planned giving program for UNM Athletics, are indicated by a 5 in the NHS member listing. For more information about making a planned gift or joining the New Horizons Society, please contact Director of Gift Planning Sheila Hard, JD, at Sheila.Hard @unmfund.org or (5O5) 313-7610.

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Marilyn Fletcher Maureen Ford Karen Foss and Stephen Littlejohn Gus Foster Abraham Franck Kenneth Fridline Charlotte and Theodore Frisbie Shelly and Ian Fritz Francine Gaillour and Jeffrey Silesky Armando Garcia, Sr. and Linda Kirk-Garcia Sheilah Garcia Raleigh Gardenhire 5 Patsy Gassaway Ann Gateley Bonnie and Dennis Geer Sharon and Jerry Geist 5 Joan Gentry and Don Kirby Oscar George, Jr. and Lynnie Wienecke Harriet Gerding Hugh Gibson Susanna Gilbert Terri Giron-Gordon and Gary Gordon Mary and Robert Glantz Carol and Tal Godding Angela and Leon Goldman Gary Gordon and Terri Giron-Gordon Nedra and Larry Gordon William Gornall, Sr. 5 William Grasse

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Gilda and Norman Greenberg Nancy Gregory Brian Hansen and Linda Williams Nancy Hansen Sheila Hard Debra Harris Rosalee and Warren Heffron Deborah Helitzer and David Sklar Lisa Hendrix Mary Herring Eleonore and James Hessler Robert Hilgendorf and Tian-Ling Tong M. Anne Hill Marilyn Hill Dolores Hines Sofia and Gary Hines Stephanie Hoekstra Bruce Hoffman Connie Holmes and Jesse Holmes, Jr. Martha and Mark Hoover Teri and Bruce Hoover 5 Laura Hueter-Bass and Stephen Bass Andre Huffmire Luanna Hughes Johnson Ann Hyde Alice Irvin Kuppaswamy Iyengar Kathleen Jackson and William Miller Terry Jackson George Jelinek Howard Jenkins Jaye Jensen and Barbara Busch Frances and Roy Johns Debbie Johnson Robert Johnson William Junor and Susan Wider Julia Kalmus Bill Kelley Hari Khalsa Jerri Kinney and Bart Kinney, III 5 Don Kirby and Joan Gentry Linda Hudson Kirby and David Kirby Linda Kirk-Garcia and Armando Garcia, Sr. Allene Kleweno and Walter Kleweno, Jr.

Kim Kloeppel 5 Gary Kloppenburg Linda Klotz and Chandler Klotz, Jr. Marshallene Koff * Kathryn Kolankiewicz 5 Nancy and Loren Kuehne Margaret and Donald Kuehnert Nancy Kuttesch and J.F. Kuttesch, Jr. Gerry Laidlaw 5 Barbara and Jerry Landgraf Anthony Landry Jeanette Larson and James Larson, Jr. Janet Lashbrooke* and Yvon Villeneuve Kenneth Leach and Hazel Tull-Leach 5 L. Gail Lemons and Steven Simms Donna and Mark Lesher 5 Michele Lesher Stephen Littlejohn and Karen Foss Patricia Logan and Frank Logan, III M. Ann and H. Hunter Look 5 Bill Lovejoy Ruth Luckasson and Larry Davis Nancy Lutz and Raymond Lutz, Jr. William Macey Alfred Maher Gloria and Bob Mallory Kathleen Manygoats and Robert Bartell Margery and Charles * Marshall Dolores and Ted Martinez Phyllis and Felipe Martinez Valerie Mathes Janice and Stephen Matthews C. Herman Mauney Sharelle Mayer 5 Marguerite McCurry Meaghan McDevitt Barbara and Michael McDonnell Brookes McIntyre and Coleman Travelstead S. Patricia McSherry and William Langdon JoAnn Mercer


Mary Poole Suzanne Popejoy and Thomas Popejoy, Jr. 5 J. T. (Skip) Prichard Polly Primm and Larry Nichols Robert Pritchard Susan and Peter Rachtman Dorothy and Larry Rainosek 5 John Rask Paul Bartlett Ré Patricia and Greg Remington 5 Shari Rhode and Patricia Covington Isa and Buck Rhodes Efrosine and Adrian Richards Michael Roberts 5 John Robertson Alice and Larry Rodgers Ernest Rodriguez-Naaz Edwin Roos and Maryann Evans Ingrid Roosild Frederick Rose, Jr. 5 Estelle Rosenblum Kurt Roth Ann and Bernard Rubenstein Craig and Martin Rubenstein Janice Rubi and Isidro Rubi, Jr. Lenny Ruggiero and Janice BranchRuggiero Michelle Rusk Ro Saavedra Sonia Sabath John Salazar Marcia and William Salazar Dan Salter and Susan Weaver 5 Anne and Leonard Sanchez Elaine and Alex Sanchez Sandra Sanchez Don Schlegel Roger Schluntz Karen Schmidt Don Scott 5 Kileen and Dale Scott 5 D. James See and Edith Cherry Georganne and Harlan Seeley Danielle Sengel Alan Shaffer

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Colleen and Art Sheinberg Francine Sikorski and Henry Sikorski, Jr. Jeffrey Silesky and Francine Gaillour Roger Simms Steven Simms and L. Gail Lemons David Sklar and Deborah Helitzer Elizabeth Slota Emily Smith Garrett Smith Robert Smith J. Mark Southard Todd R. Staats Schelly Storm and Louis Storm, II Cynthia and David Stuart Carolyn Surface Jean Ann and Duffy Swan Theresa TarantinoCortez and Manuel Cortez, Jr. Mary Taylor Dosé and Daniel Dosé Kyla and Roger Thompson Diane Tipton Steven Tolber and Louise CampbellTolber Tian-Ling Tong and Robert Hilgendorf Lisa Torres Coleman Travelstead and Brookes McIntyre Valerie Trujillo Hazel Tull-Leach and Kenneth Leach 5 Karen and Robert Turner Tobe Turpen, Jr. 5 Barbara Van Cleve Diane and Richard Vande Noord Cherie Vaughn 5 Cynde and LeRoy Vestal Yvon Villeneuve and Janet Lashbrooke * Howard Wadstrom Randi and Jerry Walker Susan Weaver and Dan Salter 5 William Weber Marta Weigle William Weihofen

Bernard Whaley, Jr. and Felicia Finston John Wheeler and Nader Ebrahimi Jo and David Whitten Susan Wider and William Junor Lynnie Wienecke and Oscar George, Jr. Carol Wilder Mr. and Mrs. James R. Wilder Susan Wilhite Linda Williams

Linda Williams and Brian Hansen Xan and Larry Williams Joan and Walter Willis Corinne and Raymond Willison Peter A. Winograd Mary and Phillip Woodard Janet Yates and Shannan Carter Thomas Zanotti Martha Zollinger Dorothy Zopf

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Patricia Merlo Judith Mersereau E. Gerald Meyer Alix Michel Hank Miller, II William Miller and Kathleen Jackson Margo Milleret and Vance Bass Ralph Mirabal, Jr. Carol Mistler and J. Douglas Mistler, USA (Ret.) Helen and Col. Frank Moran Andrea Morris Susan Morrison Barbara and John Morrison Helen and Gerald Moser Laurie and William Moye Marion Mueller and Karl Mueller, Jr. Judith and Michael Muldawer 5 Patrick Mulhall and Bart Evans Catherine Mulqueen Mary and John Mulvany Stephanie and Frank Munzinger Shirley Murphy Lori Nash Marilee Nason Sharon and Larry Neely 5 Carolyn and Don Neeper Rolf Nelson Larry Nichols and Polly Primm Charles Noe Catherine and Mel Oleson Annie and David Olson Wanda Omer Kristen Ostrem Evangeline Pacheco Susan and Charles Palmer James Parnell William Partridge Mary Payne and Larry Anderson Jennifer Pedneau Mari Penshurst Calla Ann Pepmueller Mr. and Mrs. John Perner 5 Joni Pierce and Brian Debruine Susan Poet

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INDIVIDUALS, CORPORATIONS AND FOUNDATIONS Corporation for Public Broadcasting Friends of KUNM Friends of New Mexico PBS General Electric Company Estate of Stephanie Klecotka Sue and Jerry Mann The Navajo Nation Estate of Mary C. Rich Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Sandia Foundation, a Hugh and Helen Woodward Charity O W.K. Kellogg Foundation

$500,000-$999,999 INDIVIDUALS, CORPORATIONS AND FOUNDATIONS Anonymous (2) American Heart Association Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Conrad Hilton Foundation Constance DeJong and Antoine Predock Educational Credit Management Corporation Foundation Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust Ellen and James King O i Antoine Predock and Constance DeJong Service League of UNM Hospitals United Way of Central New Mexico i Walmart Dana C. Wood Trust Eileen and Anthony Yeung

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INDIVIDUALS, CORPORATIONS AND FOUNDATIONS Anonymous (6) Abram and Ray Kaplan Foundation i Albuquerque The Magazine i American Cancer Society, Inc. American Historical Association Anderson School of Management Foundation Artplace America Olivia and Jason Aryeh Vera Aryeh Asociación Nacional de Empresas de Agua y Saneamiento de México Bilinski Educational Foundation Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Bristol-Myers Squibb Company Carl C. Anderson, Sr. and Marie Jo Anderson Charitable Foundation Carrie Tingley Hospital Foundation Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation Comcast Corporation i Corning Incorporated Costco Wholesale i Cowboys for Cancer Research, Inc. Cumulus Media, Inc. i Daniels Fund H. Paul and Sue Daulton Trust Sue Daulton O i Dialysis Clinic, Inc. Document Solutions, Inc. i Gap, Inc. i Healy Foundation The Hearst Foundation, Inc. Estate of Elinor P. Hempelmann Frank C. Hibben Charitable Trust Estate of Robert Holzapfel Theresa and Philip Houser i iHeartMedia, Inc. i James S. McDonnell Foundation John Templeton Foundation The LAMAJ Foundation Estate of Janet D. Lashbrooke Greg Levenson i Bill Lovejoy March of Dimes Karen McKinnon Merck/Schering-Plough National Multiple Sclerosis Society Nusenda Credit Union O i Catherine Oppenheimer and Garrett Thornburg Ovarian Cancer Research Fund R. D. & Joan Dale Hubbard Foundation i Dorothy and Larry Rainosek O A i

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Estate of William E. Reifsnyder Mary Rowan Santa Ana Star Casino i SC3 International, LLC i Estate of Emma R. Showman Dorothy * and Burton Smith O Smith’s Food & Drug Stores Southwest Capital Bank i Walter Stark, Jr. O Surdna Foundation Tori Thomas Thornburg Foundation Garrett Thornburg and Catherine Oppenheimer Estate of Bob L. Turner i Univision Radio i Wells Fargo & Company O i Peter A. Winograd O WisePies Franchise Services, LLC i Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation

$50,000-$99,999 INDIVIDUALS, CORPORATIONS AND FOUNDATIONS Anonymous (6) Anonymous O 89.1 KANW i Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma Research Foundation American Diabetes Association American Economic Association American General Media i Rebecca and Adelmo Archuleta i Dale Armstrong i Bailey Peavy Bailey, PLLC William Baker The Biological Society of New Mexico Blood Systems, Inc. Margaret and Turner * Branch i Harriet and Kenneth Bull Marilyn and Jack Carlson Caswell Silver Foundation Consulado de México Crohns and Colitis Foundation of America, Inc. Crystal Springs Bottled Water, Inc. i CST Brands, Inc. Charles Daniels and Randi McGinn DeGregorio Family Foundation Entravision Communications, Inc. i ESPN Sports Radio 101.7 i Edmund J. and Thelma W. Evans Charitable Trust Maryann Evans and Edwin Roos O Estate of James W. Farish, Jr. John Freienmuth i Friends of Heartline Fund Friends of the Tamarind Institute

Christina and Rick Galles i Garcia Automotive Group i Edward Garcia i Sheilah Garcia i Peaches and Edward* Gilbert Ellen and Bertram Grapin The Harwood Museum Alliance, Inc. Herrera Coaches, Inc. i Angela Herrera i Susan Hudson J & J Technical Services i Johnson O’Connor Research Foundation Estate of Marshallene G. Koff Kohl’s KRQE/KBIM/KREZ/KASA O i Peter Kunstadter O La Vida Llena Laguna Development Corporation i Lannan Foundation Lineberry Foundation Lockheed Martin Corporation i Lyle M. Spencer Foundation Max Kade Foundation, Inc. Priscilla McDonnell Randi McGinn and Charles Daniels Microsoft, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford N. McDonnell Foundation National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. Oxnard Foundation PCORI The Pepsi Bottling Group, Inc. O i Phi Beta Psi PNM Resources i Radiological Society of North America Carol Raymond Robin and Leo Romero i Ronald McDonald House Charities of New Mexico Edwin Roos and Maryann Evans O Sandia Corporation/ Lockheed Martin Terry Schurmeier St. Baldrick’s Foundation Superate Y Triunfa, Inc. U.S. Bancorp i U.S. District Court of New Mexico, Bench & Bar Fund Brian Urlacher i Van Dyke Software, Inc. Deborah and Jeff Van Dyke Jeffrey Vinyard i CONTINUED on PAGE 30

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$25,000-$49,999 INDIVIDUALS, CORPORATIONS AND FOUNDATIONS Anonymous (5) 30 Second Street i AbbVie, Inc. Airport Fast Park i Albuquerque Publishing Company i Albuquerque Studios Albuquerque Tents i Alpha Omega Alpha American Academy of Nursing Arby’s Restaurant i Ayudando Alpha, Inc. i Stephanie Bennett-Smith and Orin Smith* A Branch Law Firm Legal Group, LLP Brindle Foundation Diane Broadwell i Diane Brown Canon, USA Carey, Danis & Lowe Carl and Marilynn Thoma Art Foundation Chase Foundation The Colorado Health Foundation Concours du Soleil/ Albuquerque Community Foundation i Robert Crow, Jr. i Cutrs, LLC i Vicki Dazzo and Sam Dazzo, Jr. A i Robin Dea Tom Degroot i Delta Dental of New Mexico i Joe D. Dennis, Jr. i Lee Dirks DKD Electric Company, Inc. i Don Chalmers Ford, Inc. i Dorset Survivor’s Trust Phyllis F. Dorset * Mary Ann and Mel Eaves i James Ellis ExxonMobil i Spencer Feix i Susan and Kirk Ferris Robin Flint-Ballenger i Flintco, LLC i G and G Advertising i Eugene L. Garcia Charitable Trust General Mills i

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UNM President’s Club: The UNM President’s Club is a philanthropic bridge between The University of New Mexico and our community. Comprised of distinguished alumni, friends and community leaders who join together to support UNM’s key initiatives, this group of influential donors is committed to the success of our students, and they make it possible for us to seize great opportunities as they arise. Donations to the President’s Club have played a key role in the success of programs such as the Freshman Learning Communities, which led to dramatic improvements in the success rates of first year students. Recently, President’s Club support and focus have been directed to help launch the Innovation Academy (the academic component of Innovate ABQ), allowing students the opportunity to engage in entrepreneurial projects while enrolled at UNM. Equally as important as program support, President’s Club funds give UNM the ability to be responsive to student needs. One example is the Stay-A-Lobo Fund, which provides emergency grants to keep students from withdrawing from programs or discontinuing studies for financial reasons. With gifts to the President’s Club Fund, donors become partners in supporting core priorities. The designation A in this report identifies President’s Club members during FY 2015-2016. For more information, please contact Raquel LeCesne at Raquel.LeCesne@ unmfund.org or (505) 313-7669.


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Presidential Scholarship Program: In 2016, UNM’s Presidential Scholarship Program celebrated 40 years of providing premium scholarships to some of UNM’s most talented students. Since 1976, more than 4,100 Presidential Scholars have attended UNM, with 500 currently enrolled. An annual gift of $2,600 sponsors a Presidential Scholar. UNM then increases it to an $8,400 award. Endowing a Presidential Scholarship requires a minimum $50,000 gift. Donors may also give through the “Share-A-Scholar” program by making a gift of any size. A PSP designation O in this report identifies individual and corporate sponsors during FY 2015-2016. For more information, please contact Associate Director of Annual Giving Cathy Bunch at Cathy.Bunch@unmfund. org or (505) 313-7679.

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$10,000-$24,999 INDIVIDUALS Anonymous (6) Stacy and Louis Abruzzo i Linda and Carl Alongi A i Michael Altringer i Nedda and Ken Altschuld Rudolfo Anaya Lee and Kent Argubright i Sabieann Baca Minzner and Richard Minzner Sam Baca i Tony Baca and Kira Sowanick i Karen and Christopher Bard Diane Beach and Geoff Shuster, III Kayce Bell Jolene and Stephen Benoit i Teresa Benton and Mark Campbell Anne and Jeff Bingaman Denise and Mark Biren i Lee Blaugrund Sibilla and George Boerigter

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Established in 2004, the UNM Cherry and Silver Society recognizes dedicated alumni who make a gift to UNM within 12 months of graduation and at least once every year thereafter. When donors support UNM’s students, faculty, staff, doctors and researchers, they become partners in learning, creativity, invention and healing while inspiring others to do the same. For more information, please contact Director of Annual Giving Willie Romero at Willie.Romero@unmfund. org or (5O5) 313-7686 or visit unmfund.

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Richard Brown and Elizabeth Calhoon i Elizabeth Calhoon and Richard Brown i Estate of Christine L. Campbell Mark Campbell and Teresa Benton Christina and Jose Campos Connie and Paul Cassidy A Karla and William Cates A i Karen and Gregory Chase Martin Chavez Debra and Stephen Cito i Patrick Conroy i Maria and Ed Corley i Lydia and Luis Curet Lisa and Robert Curtis Patricia and Alexander Czeto Kathryn and Benjamin Darwin i Janet and C. Thomas Daulton i Victoria and Danny Deaver i Diane and Dale Dekker i Kathy Deubel Charles DiLorenzo i David DiLorenzo i Jeannine and Vincent DiLorenzo i Sheilah and Christopher DiLorenzo i Brenda Dintiman and Edward Shanahan Jeffrey Doll and Linda Novy-Doll Estate of Dorothy D. Douglas Cristobal Duran i Barbara and Gary Dushane i Teresa and James Edens O i Eve and David Espey Paula and Steven Fasken Sheena Ferguson Nancy and James Fisher i Barbara Flicker M. Alberta Flores Gus Foster O Mary Fox Renee and Brad Francis i Chuck Franco and Susana Martinez W. Nicholas Freygang and Jean Rosenthal Charlotte and Theodore Frisbie Patricia and Thomas Fritts CONTINUED on PAGE 32

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Devon Frost and Gregory Frost, Sr. i Juan Gabriel Richard Garcia i Raleigh Gardenhire i Kathy Garfield Julian Garza Kathy and Brad Gehrke i Sharon and Jerry Geist i Paul Gibson i Jennifer and Dub Girand i Terri Giron-Gordon and Gary Gordon A Jessica and Bill Golden i Gary Gordon and Terri Giron-Gordon A Annette and L.F. Gorenz i Thomas Grande and Patricia McCrory William Greaves and Leslie Morrison Susan and Jerry Greene i David Griffin i Thomas Growney i Betty Hahn Adam Harrington i Linda and David Harris i Carol Hinton Gloria Holloway Teri and Bruce Hoover i Nancy and Louis Huning Monica and Michael Hussey Scott Hutton i Daphne and Luis Izquierdo Kathleen Jackson and William Miller Claire and Anthony Jaramillo i Mari-Luci Jaramillo Sujani and Naidu Jayaram Lisa and Bradley Justice

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Louise and Charles Kiger Lisa Kilbreth i Jerri Kinney and Bart Kinney, III i Allene Kleweno and Walter Kleweno, Jr. Dana and Eric Knapp Melaine and Paul* Lambert M. Ann and H. Hunter Look i Bruce Loughridge i Connie Lovelady-Rappaport and Stuart Rappaport i Martin Lucero i Damon Maddox Gloria and Bob Mallory Daniel Martinez i Karen and Ruben Martinez i Susana Martinez and Chuck Franco Jennifer and Christopher Mason i Mary and Charles Matsubara i Judith and Paul Matteucci i William Mayhew i David McCloskey Cathy and Sherman McCorkle i Patricia McCrory and Thomas Grande Gail and Lyle McDaniels i Mary and Michael Merrell Edward Merrilees William Miller and Kathleen Jackson Marcus Mims i Carolyn and Thomas Minton O i Richard Minzner and Sabieann Baca Minzner Janet and John Mockovciak Monica and Nevin Montano Sharon Moore i Leslie Morrison and William Greaves Brandi and Ryan Mummert i Betsy and Robert Murphy i Sheila and Ronald Nelson i Linda Novy-Doll and Jeffrey Doll Toots* and Scott Obenshain Debbie Owens Debbie and Steven Perich i Cynthia and John Perner i Jane and Dean Peyton Mandy and Bob Pitre i Melissa Porter Antje Postl and Randal Brown Jack Price i Stuart Rappaport and Connie Lovelady-Rappaport i Charles Rayburn Ann and Russell Rhoades i Edward Ricco and Mary Ann Sweeney i Jean Rosenthal and W. Nicholas Freygang Kurt Roth i Lorina and John Rowe O William Sabatini i Deborah Salazar Teresa and David Salazar A

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Annette and Murray Thayer i MarieAnn and Alex Thornburg Gary Tillery i Nancy Tucker Palo Uber Rebecca Ullrich Sheril and Roger Vergara i Autumn and Darin Wade i Lynda and Donald Welage Roberta West and James West, Jr. Philip White Estate of Cherrill M. Whitlow Jo and David Whitten i Mark Wiggins i Margaret Williams Richard Williams

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$10,000-$24,999 CORPORATIONS, FOUNDATIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS Anonymous (5) 4 Rivers Equipment, Inc. i Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics AccuStripe, Inc. i Ace Hardware Corporation i Advanced Presentation Systems i Affirmative Solutions, LLC Albert I. Pierce Foundation Albuquerque Asphalt i Albuquerque Ford Dealers i Allergan, Inc. Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation American Association for Cancer Research American Psychiatric Association American Toyota, Inc. i Amerind Risk Management Corporation i Anadarko Petroleum Corporation Anchorbuilt, Inc. i Apex Education, Inc.

Arthrex, Inc. Ball Corporation i BancWest Corporation i Bank of America O i Baristow and Friends, Inc. i Basket of Hope Ben Lujan Speaker Fund Bank of Albuquerque O i Boston Scientific Corporation Brad Francis Ford Mercury i CBS TV Studios Century Bank i Champion Truss i Chaparral Materials, Inc. i Child’s Play Charity Citgo Petroleum Corporation Corley’s Albuquerque Lincoln Volvo i CU Auto Sales i Dazzo Family Trust Frances Joy Dazzo Trust i Samuel L. Dazzo and Frances J. Dazzo Trust i Dekker/Perich/Sabatini, Ltd. i Desert Mountain Medical i The Dorothy Woodward Memorial Dorothy D. Douglas Trust Electrocore, LLC Enlace Comunitario Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Inc. The Fasken Foundation Fidel, Perner and Michnovicz, LLC i

The Fine Law Firm Frank’s Supply Company, Inc. i Frederick Hammersley Foundation French Funerals and Cremations O i Friends of Children’s Miracle Network Friends of UNM Children’s Hospital Frontier/Golden Pride O A The George & Lena Valente Foundation Golden Equipment i Google, Inc. Greater Washington Educational Telecommunication Association Guadalupe County Hospital Holmans USA, LLC i Van Dorn and Marjorie Hooker Trust Hutton Broadcasting i IDQ Companies Intel Corporation i Italian Festivals of New Mexico Jaguar Land Rover Albuquerque i Jaynes Corporation O i Jersey Jacks i Johnson & Johnson CONTINUED on PAGE 34 O

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Keller & Keller, LLC KLJH FM i KMIN i KYVA-FM i Leakey Foundation LK Curtis Children’s Foundation LoboTHON Dance Marathon Maddox Management, LLC Maestas & Suggett, PC i Marcello’s Chop House, LLC i Mark’s Casa Group i Martin Foundation for the Creative Arts McDonald’s MedImmune, Inc. Medtronic, Inc. Melloy Nissan i The Mimi Saltzman Family Foundation, Inc. Modrall Sperling Law Firm Monaco Properties Montano Acura i Mosher Enterprises, Inc. i Moss Adams, LLP Mountain States Insurance Group O Mr. Tux Formal Wear i NACDS Foundation NAIOP-NM NanoPore, Inc. National College Access Network New Mexicare, Inc. New Mexico Humanities Council New Mexico Lighting and Grip New Mexico Pharmaceutical Care Foundation New York Life Insurance Company i Online News Association OsteoMed, LLC Panda Restaurant Group, Inc. Perfection Honda O i Pitre Buick-GMC i Poinciana Point, LLC Power Ford i Prime Therapeutics Professional Aerospace Contractors Association of New Mexico Quail Roost Foundation Quality GMC Buick i Quality Mazda i R & S Powersports Group i R.B. Burnham & Co. Trading Post Ray’s Flooring Specialists, Inc. i William E. and Mary S. Reed Trust Resources for the Future RH Power & Associates, Inc. i Richard L. Garcia Broadcasting, Inc. i Robert E. and Evelyn McKee Foundation The Roy Gene and Pamela Evans Foundation

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Samitaur Medical Technologies Sandia Peak Ski Company i Sangre de Cristo Broadcasting - KBQL FM i Sherman and Joyce Scott Family Foundation Smiles for Kids i Smith & Nephew, PLC Smithsonian Institution Society of Family Planning Research Fund Sombra Cosmetics, Inc. i Southern Wine & Spirits of America, Inc. i Southwest Glass & Glazing, Inc. i State Bar of New Mexico State Employees Credit Union Susana Martinez Inaugural Committee Tanoan Country Club i Taos Entrepreneurial Network Tate Branch Dodge, Chrysler and Jeep i Technology Student Association THIRTEEN Three Greenhorn Productions Tides Foundation Tillery Chevrolet i Tillery Pontiac Buick-GMC i Tony Claire Photography i University Motors i University of Wisconsin Medical Foundation The Walter Henry Freygang Foundation Weil Foundation Wenner-Gren Foundation Western Refining, Inc. i Westwind Landscape Construction, Inc. i Yearout Mechanical, Inc. i Zia Auto i Zia Surfaces i

$5,000-$9,999 INDIVIDUALS Anonymous (5) Beverly Abraham and Mayor Larry Abraham O i Revathi A-Davidson and Russ Davidson O Abigail Adler Alex Alvarez i Leslie Amestoy and Pierre Amestoy, Jr. i Sally and Donald Anderson Lawrence Andrade and Aedra Wenger Andrade i Eric Andrews and Shaun Richel Carla and Jerry Arnold i Ellen and Evan Ashcraft O Debra and Waleed Ashoo i Lenora Neil Atkins i

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Donald MacKenzie Steven Maestas Cheryl and Michael Malizzo A i J. Alan Marks Patricia and Rick Marquardt i Linda Marshall O A Carolyn Martinez Gilbert Martinez O Kimberley and David Martinez Margaret and James Martinez i Susan and Joey Martinez i Michael Martinez-Steeples and Thomas Steeples i G. T. Mason, Jr. i Janice and Stephen Matthews C. Herman Mauney and Marina De Vos Mauney A Margo McCormick and Ranne Miller i Ellen McCullough-Brabson and John Brabson Kevin McGee and Jennifer Chan Martha McGrew Rebecca and Stephen McKernan James McKinnell Mary and Joe McKinney Marie and Donald McMillian Robert McNeill Nancy Meem Wirth Dale and Ivan Melada Wendy and Ronald Meltsner O Deana Mercer and James Love i JoAnn Mercer Judith Mersereau Jean Merson O Mary and Bernard Metzgar i Kathleen and Andrew Metzger Robyn Mewshaw and Ben Idek Carolyn Meyer Charlotte and David Michnovicz i Erma Miller i Ranne Miller and Margo McCormick i Beth and Steven Moise Brigitte and Moheb Moneim

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Juanita and Bernie Sanchez i Nelson Sanchez and Kelly Stout Sanchez Patricia and David Sanchez i Estate of Mildred M. Sanders Linda Sandstrom and Gary Sandstrom, Sr. Brian Santrock i Anne and Kenneth Sapon A i Carla Scaletti and Kurt Hebel Jane Schermerhorn Wilkinson and Scott Wilkinson Randy Schlegel i Roger Schluntz Christine and Steve Scholl Marian and Howard Schreyer Charlene and David Schroeder i Ruth and Sidney Schultz Karen and William Schumacher O Karen and Aaron Schwaab Noreen and Robert Scott i Cindy and John Seay i D. James See and Edith Cherry Sandra and Bruce Seligman O i Vasanta and Sanagaram Shantharam Kiran Sharma Scottie and Timothy Sheehan Elizabeth and Galen Shipley i Amanda and Marshall Shuler Jill and Michael Sivage i George Skadron and Vivian Lansky Skadron Andrew Skarsgard i Curt Slack and Kristine Cannaday i Doug Smith i Susan Smith-Pierce and Craig Pierce A


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David Smoak and Charity Townsend i Carol Spitz Brian Stafford i Kimberly Statkus-Haltom and Darren Haltom i Leigh Anna and David Steele O i Thomas Steeples and Michael Martinez-Steeples i Kelly Stout Sanchez and Nelson Sanchez Roberta Straight Cori and Patrick Sullivan i Arthur Tatum Mary Taylor Dosé and Daniel Dosé Christopher Taylor and Mary Hershberger Martha Thayer and Norman Thayer, Jr. Ginger and Jack Thompson i Janet Thompson Jeanette Thompson Maribeth and Christopher Thornton i Rondi and Duane Thornton Mary Torres and John Chavez Sally Townley Charity Townsend and David Smoak i Donald Tucker Susan* and William Tully Tom Tynan Bhavna and Imesh Vaidya i Brian Vargas i Leslie Vaughan and Jacob Munson O Yvett Vazquez-Elias Andrew Veitch and Beth Begay i Diane Viens Ann and Robert Von Pentz i Daniel Wascher i Brook Watson i Aedra Wenger Andrade and Lawrence Andrade i

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Barbara Erdman Foundation BDV, LLC BNSF Railway Foundation Boeing Corporation i Richard E. Bowerman Trust i Brabson Library & Educational Foundation Bradbury Stamm Construction O i Brewer Oil Company i Brunacini Development i Butt, Thornton & Baehr, PC i Capitol Ford Motor i Captiva Group i

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Anonymous (2) The Academy of Applied Science, Inc. Accesso Ace Metals, Inc. i Adobe Systems, Inc. Ambercare Corporation American Academy of Pain Management American Campus Communities O Americans for Native Americans Aon i Aquila Technologies Group, Inc. Atkinson & Company, Ltd. Avery Dennison Aztec Grading, Inc. i Bairstow and Friends, Inc.

Celgene Corporation CenturyLink Emma and Louis Chay Trust Chico’s FAS, Inc. CJ’s Upholstery i Clifton, Larson, Allen, LLP CNM Ingenuity, Inc. Colliers International Comfort Dental i Commercial Property Maintenance i Con Alma Health Foundation, Inc. CVS Corporation Dahl, Inc., Plumbing Wholesale i Daniels Family Funeral Services i Dixon, Scholl & Carrillo, PA Don and Colletta McMillian Foundation Doubletree Hotel i El Bruno’s Restaurant i El Terrero Construction, LLC i Embassy Suites & Spa i Enterprise Builders Corporation i CONTINUED ON PAGE 38

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Enterprise Holdings, Inc. Ernst & Young Foundation FBT Architects O Fernandez Company, Ltd. i Fiduciary Charitable Foundation fightwns Firestone Family Foundation, Inc. First Mortgage Company First National Rio Grande O Fort Wayne Retina, PC Franklin’s Earth Moving, Inc. i Friends of School of Medicine Friends of UNM Health Sciences Center Friends of UNM New Mexico Child Abuse Prevention Partnership Friends of UNM Radiology Frost Mortgage Group i Garcia Infiniti General Distributors, Inc. i Greater Albuquerque Medical Association The Greater Cincinnati Foundation Greg LoPour, DDS, PA i Lucile Leigh Greider Trust H B Construction O i Hartman Publishing, Inc. Hawkins Group, Inc. i Heritage Hotels & Resorts, Inc. i High Finance Restaurant i Hotel Cascada i Hubbard Broadcasting O Hyatt Hotels Corporation i Imagine Nation Books, Ltd. Insight Lighting i Jackson Lewis, PC JM Blomcor, Ltd. i JoBo Enterprises, Inc. i Jonas Center for Nursing Excellence Keleher & McLeod, PA Kevin Georges & Associates, PA i Kit Carson Electric Cooperative i KPMG, LLP i KYRN Socorro Mine Country 102.1 i Latino Public Broadcasting The Law Firm of David P. Garcia Lexus of Albuquerque

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LithExcel Communication Service Provider i Lone Mountain Contracting, Inc. i Maestas & Ward Commercial Real Estate Marriott Pyramid i Linda S. Marshall Trust Mattress Firm MCM Eleganté Hotel and Event Center i Minuteman Refinishing i Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Global i Mountain States Construction i Mujeres Activas MALCS Nacey Maggioncalda Foundation NCA Architects, LLC New Mexico Bar Association New Mexico Dental Association New Mexico Hispanic Bar Association Foundation New Mexico Lions MD 40 Nick & Jimmy’s i Nob Hill Bar & Grill i Northwestern Mutual i Old Republic National Title i Parnall Law Firm, LLC Peacock, Myers, PC Peifer, Hanson & Mullins, PA i Gayle C. Petty Trust Planet Fitness i Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc. Procter & Gamble R and M Construction i Raysteel, Inc. i RBC Capital Markets, LLC The Red Rock Foundation Ricci & Company, LLC The Richard and Emily Levin Foundation Rio Grande Credit Union RMCI, Inc. i Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Rudy’s Country Store & Bar-B-Q i Sage Accounting Samaritan Counseling Center San Bar Construction Corporation i Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union Sandia Marble, Inc. i Sandia Office Supply, Inc. i Schroeder Sales, Inc. i Securities America, Inc. i Serious Grippage and Light Co. i Service Electric i Shannon J. Shaw Memorial Fund Shannon Robinson, Attorney at Law Sheehan & Sheehan, PA

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Sigma Theta Tau Gamma Sigma Chapter Silicon Heights Computers, Inc. i Sivage Community Development i The Sociological Initiatives Foundation Sodexo Sports & Leisure at the University of New Mexico i Southwest Family Guidance Center & Institute Southwest Financial Services i St. Bonaventure Indian Mission & School Stanley M. Reinhaus Family Foundation Steel Toe Rhetorics, LLC Subway - Gibson at I-25 i

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Sunrise Medical Group, PC Sutin, Thayer & Browne, PC Taos Community Foundation, Inc. TECO Energy Thomas M. Blomquist, PHD, MD, LLC Tomé Art Gallery, LLC Unique Motor Sports i United Way of Northern New Mexico UNM Bookstore Main Campus i UNM Medical Group, Inc. US Eagle Federal Credit Union i Van Scoyoc Associates W105.1/KRUI 1490 i Wilkinson Trust Zia Credit Union O

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faculty and patients, please contact the

MEMORIALS AND HONORARIA Memorials and honoraria gifts honor

UNM Foundation office at (505) 313-7600,

family and friends. Contact Jill Slaby at

(505) 277-4503, 1-800-UNM-FUND (866-3863)

Jill.Slaby@ unmfund.org or (505) 313-7650.

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 PROGRAM The Annual Giving Program solicits gifts from

PLANNED GIVING PROGRAM The Planned Giving Program can provide you with information and help you establish gifts through bequests, charitable trusts, gift annuities, retirement accounts and life

alumni and friends. You may designate your gifts to

insurance policies. The Foundation’s planned

any area, college, school, department or program

giving experts will work closely with your own

within the University or give unrestricted gifts.

advisers to ensure the needs of the University

See pages 30 and 31. Contact Willie Romero

and your wishes are fulfilled. Contact

at Willie.Romero @ unmfund.org or (505) 313-7686.

Sheila Hard, JD at Sheila.Hard @ unmfund.

ENDOWMENTS

org or (505) 313-7610.

You may establish endowed funds to support a specific purpose in perpetuity. See page 17.

PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM The Presidential Scholarship Program

Contact Judith Davenport at Judith.Davenport

receives gifts for Presidential Scholars. See

@ unmfund.org or (505) 313-7651.

page 31. Contact Cathy Bunch at Cathy.Bunch

GIFTS OF REAL PROPERTY

@ unmfund.org or (505) 313-7679.

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 Suzanne Awen at

UNIVERSITYWIDE GIVING SOCIETIES:

CHERRY & SILVER SOCIETY Recognizing alumni who give within

Suzanne.Awen @ unmfund.org or (505) 313-7668.

12 months of graduation and then at least once

GIVING ONLINE

every calendar year thereafter. See page 31.

You may give online to a variety of areas

Contact Willie Romero at Willie.Romero

through the Foundation’s secure website at

@ unmfund.org or (505) 313-7686.

unmfund.org.

NEW HORIZONS SOCIETY

GIVING SOCIETIES AND DEAN’S CIRCLES Giving societies and dean’s circles receive gifts in support of specific programs or

Recognizing donors who have included the University in their estate plans. See page 25. Contact Sheila Hard, JD at Sheila.Hard

initiatives at UNM. Membership and gift

@ unmfund.org or (505) 313-7610.

thresholds vary by school, college or program.

UNM PRESIDENT’S CLUB

See page 40 for school, college or program

Supporting presidential initiatives for

constituent development officers.

enhanced academic excellence and student

MATCHING GIFTS PROGRAM

enrichment through unrestricted gifts. See page

The Matching Gifts Program includes both

30. Contact Raquel LeCesne at Raquel.LaCesne

national and local corporations that match their

@ unmfund.org or (505) 313-7669.

employees’ gifts to the UNM Foundation, enabling

TOM L. POPEJOY SOCIETY

donors to double or even triple their gifts. Contact

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To support UNM and its work with students,

Recognizing cumulative giving to the

Suzanne Eubank at Suzanne.Eubank @ unmfund.

University. See page 18. Contact Jill Slaby at

org or (505) 313-7640.

Jill.Slaby@ unmfund.org or (505) 313-7650.

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SCHOOLS, COLLEGES AND PROGRAMS

COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

ANDERSON SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT

UNM HOSPITALS

Emily Blaugrund Fox (505) 277-7114

Anndee Wright Brown (505) 313-7608

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE AND PLANNING

CHILDREN’S MIRACLE NETWORK

Laurie Roche (505) 277-6442 PRESIDENT AND CEO

Henry Nemcik (505) 313-7667

VICE PRESIDENT of UNIVERSITY DEVELOPMENT

Larry Ryan (505) 313-7626

VICE PRESIDENT of HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER DEVELOPMENT

Bill Uher (505) 681-6279 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.

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

Yolanda Domínguez (505) 277-3194 Margaret Ortega (505) 277-0817 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Mary Wolford (505) 277-1088 SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING

Betty Karlsson (505) 277-0230 Kara Clem (505) 277-2051

TWO WOODWARD CENTER 700 LOMAS BLVD. NE ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102

(505) 277-4503 (505) 313-7600 1-800-UNM-FUND (1-800-866-3863)

unmfoundation @unmfund

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UNM GALLUP

Ara Green (505) 863-7519 UNM LOS ALAMOS

Cynthia Rooney (505) 661-4689 UNM TAOS

Louis Moya (575) 737-3737

HARWOOD MUSEUM OF ART

EAST COAST REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Chris Albrecht (513) 378-4040

Juniper Manley (575) 758-9826 HONORS COLLEGE | SCHOOL OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION | SCHOLARSHIPS

Sarah Fair (505) 277-2210 NEW MEXICO PBS (PUBLIC TELEVISION)

Theresa Spencer (505) 277-1225 KUNM (PUBLIC RADIO)

Mary Oishi (505) 277-8006 SCHOOL OF LAW

Nickie Vigil (505) 277-0554 POPEJOY HALL

Maryellen Missik-Tow (505) 277-2159 COLLEGE OF UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES AND LEARNING SCIENCES

Maggie Schold (505) 277-5632 MAJOR AND PLANNED GIFTS

Kole McKamey (505) 925-5017 Jalen Dominguez (505) 925-5014 SUITE AND CLUB SEATS

Paige Tapp (505) 925-5900 ANNUAL GIVING

Jalen Dominguez (505) 925-5014 SPECIAL EVENTS

Kristina Martinez (505) 925-8500

WEST COAST REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Frankie Melvin (818) 640-0372 TEXAS REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Joe Weiss (505) 249-6977 CENTRAL DEVELOPMENT OFFICE ANNUAL GIVING

Willie Romero (505) 313-7686 CORPORATE AND FOUNDATION RELATIONS

Betsy Till (505) 313-7678

DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

Annette Hazen (505) 313-7637 DONOR RELATIONS | TOM L . POPEJOY SOCIETY

Jill Slaby (505) 313-7650

ENDOWMENT RELATIONS

Judith Davenport (505) 313-7651 MATCHING GIFTS

Suzanne Eubank (505) 313-7640

Jessica Philbrook (505) 925-5607

MEMORIALS AND HONORARIA

HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER

PLANNED GIFTS

Sara Lister (505) 463-1369 Justin Schroer (505) 925-0471 SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

@unmfund

UNM BRANCH CAMPUSES

UNM VALENCIA

Kristine Purrington (505) 277-7320

UNM CANCER CENTER

unmfund.org

Kathryn Richards (505) 277-5684 Diana Martinez (505) 277-4553

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS

ATHLETICS UNM FOUNDATION INC.

Michele Tigelaar (505) 272-3657

Jill Slaby (505) 313-7650

Sheila Hard, JD (505) 313-7610 PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Cathy Bunch (505) 313-7679

Ken Thompson (505) 362-3310 Betsy Smith (505) 313-7623 Megan Dugan (505) 313-7621 Jessica Bridwell (505) 313-7620

PRINCIPAL GIVING, PRESIDENT’S INITIATIVES AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT

COLLEGE OF NURSING

UNM PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Bill Uher (505) 681-6279

Wendy Stires (505) 313-7616

Raquel LeCesne (505) 313-7669


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