Our graduates go on to serve as leaders in wide variety of fields, ranging from education, counseling, and health care to hospitality, recreation, and sport. While our students and alumni appear to have diverse interests, they all have one thing in common - they have committed their lives to serving others and to making the world a better place. The College of Education, Health and Human Services gratefully welcomes gifts, in various forms, to advance this mission.
Cash, appreciated securities, and planned or estate gifts, including trusts, annuities, retirement funds, insurance policies and real property are among the many vehicles available to make an impact. Donors can put themselves in favorable tax positions while simultaneously taking pride in being a part of our future. Your donation today is truly a vote of confidence in tomorrow.
Every dollar counts. Every single gift is welcome and meaningful.
If you have any questions please contact us. We enjoy hearing from alumni and friends of the College and look forward to working with you.
Steve Hawthorne, Director of Institutional Advancement in the College of EHHS, has been with Kent State University since 2010. He earned a bachelor's degree in finance from Gannon University, and he is a graduate of Leadership Hudson and the United Way Neighborhood Leadership
Institute of Summit County. He serves as a board member for the Boys & Girls Club of the Western Reserve. In his free time he enjoys hiking, biking, and running outside.
Lauren Jaeger, Associate Director of Advancement for the College of EHHS, joined Kent State University in February 2013 after relocating to the area from Buffalo, New York. She holds a bachelor's degree in Psychology and Public Relations and a master's degree in Executive Leadership and Change from Daemen College. In her spare time, Lauren enjoys exploring the outdoors with her husband Michael and their dog Riley. She also enjoys doing anything creative, whether it be cooking, sewing, decorating, or painting.
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