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Utilizing Your Student Advancement Program
for better student and alumni engagement

Engaging students early in their college career is crucial to an advancement plan. Creating these relationships early has shown increased long-term benefits. Student advancement programs have taken on numerous shapes, sizes and responsibilities throughout the years. Olivia Moragne-Scott, Northern Kentucky University, Associate Director of Alumni Engagement, and Catherine Jensen, President of Student Alumni Council at NKU, share highlights and the benefits their alumni and annual giving offices have seen because of how the student organization partners with the advancement division and tips of how you can create a program at your institution.


Olivia Moragne-Scott, Associate Director of Alumni Engagement
Northern Kentucky University

Catherine Jensen, President
NKU Student Alumni Council

Thanks to our generous sponsor:

Parking and light refreshments are complimentary. Special thank you to Northern Kentucky University Office of Alumni Engagement & Annual Giving for their sponsorship for this event.




HYRBIRD EVENT – in-person or virtual

Location: Northern Kentucky University – Student Union Room 302
20 Kenton Drive, Highland Heights, KY 41099
Guests should park in the Kenton Drive Parking Garage and parking will be validated for attending guests. https://map.nku.edu/

Date & Time:
     Tuesday, April 19, 2022 from 4:00 – 5:00 PM


  • Members – FREE
  • Non-members – $25

This event has been submitted for 1.0 CFRE credits

Olivia H. Moragne-Scott joined Northern Kentucky University in 2020 as the Associate Director of Alumni Engagement. In this role, she manages strategic events and partnerships for the NKU Alumni Association. Prior to joining NKU, she led internal communications and managed external sponsorships and outreach initiatives at United Way of Greater Cincinnati.

In 2011, Olivia received her B.A. in Public Relations with a concentration in Marketing from Northern Kentucky University where she served as president of the Black Women’s Organization and supported several campus organizations and initiatives.

Olivia is a purpose driven leader in her community. Her greatest strength is her ability to connect and build meaningful relationships. In 2018, she was selected for Cincy Next (Class 5), a Cincinnati Chamber leadership program.

She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated (Phi Psi Omega Chapter), Urban League Young Professionals of Greater Southwestern Ohio and serves as a board member for Cincinnati’s Young Professional’s Choral Collective.

Olivia is from Cincinnati, OH and lives with her new husband, Bryan. In addition to spending time with family and friends, she enjoys the arts, baking and traveling.

Catherine Jensen is a junior Nursing major and Psychology minor student at Northern Kentucky University. She currently serves as the Student Development Assistant in the office of Alumni Engagement and Annual Giving where she supports the NKU Alumni Association efforts. In 2021, Catherine was voted to serve as the president of the NKU Student Alumni Council – a student organization on campus that prioritizes the connection between students and alumni. In addition to excelling in her classes and student organizations, she is also a Patient Care Assistant at The Jewish Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio. In her free time, she likes to spend time with her boyfriend, family and friends, and enjoys kayaking, hiking, swimming, and traveling

Questions? Contact Mark Osborne, Committee of Alumni Relations Professionals Chair, osborne_m@summitcds.org or contact the AFP office at 513-939-2652 or admin@afpcincinnati.org.