The Millennial Impact Project has been tracking the Millennial Generation and its involvement with causes since 2009. In this live broadcast, two advancement pros who work with Millennial constituents join host Andrew Gossen to break down the 2015 Millennial Impact Report and examine its implications for institutional advancement.

 

Episode Host

Andrew Gossen

Andrew Gossen

Andrew is a social media strategist/social anthropologist with a strong alumni relations background who is interested in the intersection between community, communication, and technology. His goal is to capitalize on the opportunities offered by emerging technologies, mobile and social, to advance organizational goals by enhancing connectedness and engagement between constituents and organizations, as well as among the constituents themselves. Andrew has a strong track record of recognizing emerging opportunities, mobilizing support for pilot projects and integrating successful experiments into organizational structure and strategy.
 

Guests

Jen Doak-Mathewson

Jen is assistant director of eMarketing at the UConn Foundation. She manages social, email marketing and web content strategy for the foundation, and is constantly in search of compelling stories of impact and donor support. Since joining the foundation in 2014, she led a website CMS migration, facelift and content overhaul and is involved in overall communications strategy and distribution.

 

Jennifer Kwiatkowski

Jennifer is associate director of marketing and participation for the Cornell University. She manages crowdfunding and student phoning programs for the Cornell Annual Fund. Jennifer has been a part of the Cornell development team since 2007.