University of Nebraska Foundation welcomes Lori Armiger
The University of Nebraska Foundation welcomes Lori Armiger as director of development for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Arts and Sciences.
She assists in establishing relationships with individuals and organizations interested in supporting the college through charitable giving, including support for the current Campaign for Nebraska: Unlimited Possibilities. This fundraising initiative focuses on increasing private support for the college’s students, faculty and academic programs.
Armiger joins Amber Antholz, senior director of development, in raising funds for UNL’s College of Arts and Sciences.
“I am truly honored to be a part of the University of Nebraska Foundation, with a long tradition of helping donors connect their dreams and passions with the mission of the university,” Armiger said. “I am grateful to partner with alumni, friends, faculty and staff, who all have tremendous pride in this institution of higher education. I look forward to positively impacting lives and the future of this great university.”
A Nebraska native, Armiger is a graduate of UNL’s Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts. Her background includes account management and business development, including experience at National Research Corporation and Talent Plus.
In 2011, Armiger founded Giving Spirits, which is an organization that plans monthly events in Lincoln to benefit local causes and engage corporate sponsors and community involvement.
Armiger may be contacted at 402-458-1185 and by email at email@example.com.
The University of Nebraska Foundation is an independent, nonprofit organization that has connected the dreams and passions of donors to the mission of the university for more than 75 years. In 2011, donors gave a record $172 million in gifts for scholarships, academic programs, medical research and other priorities at the university. The foundation’s current fundraising initiative, the Campaign for Nebraska: Unlimited Possibilities, concludes in 2014. For more information, visit campaignfornebraska.org.