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KGI Earns Four CASE Awards of Excellence in West Region

Based on projects in design, stewardship, and fundraising, Keck Graduate Institute (KGI) has earned four Awards of Excellence from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).

The marketing and advancement team received the news on Jan. 18 and the awards will be distributed on March 2 at the CASE Conference in San Francisco.

“Our staff members are incredibly passionate about student success,” Vice President of Institutional Development Kelly Esperias said. “These design and advancement projects showcased the tremendous impact that our students, faculty, and donors have at KGI and within the applied life sciences and healthcare industries!”

The award-winning projects included: – Individual Sub-Websites category

With KGI alumni spread out geographically in the United States and abroad, the primary goal of the sub-website is to bring our community together and educate new students, faculty, staff, and friends about the history of the Institute.

20 for 20 Trustee Giving Challenge Video – Fundraising Video category

The 96-second video was created to raise awareness for the 20 for 20 Trustee Giving Challenge and illustrate how donors can make an impact for KGI students, faculty, and staff. The campaign raised $25,126, surpassing the initial goal of $20,000.

We are KGI Design – Advertising: Individual Ads category

The one-page ad featured a trio of School of Pharmacy students and the design appeared in the March 2017 issue of the Rare Neurological Disease Special Report. The three KGI students featured in the ad also contributed an article in the issue.

Stakeholders Impact Report – Stewardship/Donor Relations category

Created as a new stewardship piece at KGI, the Stakeholders Impact Report shows donors the impact of their support. This piece is also used as an education piece to show prospective donors what impact they can have at KGI. It also tells the story of KGI students and researchers.