Development

Loyola University New Orleans seeks support from alumni, parents, friends, private foundations, corporations, and organizations to meet university needs.

The Office of Development in Loyola’s Office of Institutional Advancement is charged with the task of raising funds for the university from private sources. Loyola’s fundraising priorities are determined by the president, the Board of Trustees, the provost, and the vice president of institutional advancement.

Lasting gifts to Loyola University New Orleans benefits students and professors, but also improves lives in New Orleans and throughout the world in light of Jesuit ideals of truth, wisdom, justice, and beauty.

By making a lasting gift, you can:

  • provide a permanent source of funding for first-generation college students or reward the talent and hard work of outstanding scientists, literary scholars, and student-athletes.
  • partner with young entrepreneurs or support the mediation work of attorneys-in-training.
  • participate in the creation of beauty by musicians, artists, and actors.

Read more about fundraising opportunities on our Giving website

Staff

  • Karen Anklam, Development Officer, College of Humanities and Natural Sciences
  • Heather Post Breerwood, Coordinator, Stewardship and Donor Relations
  • Mary Lee Hughes, Assistant to the Associate Vice President of Development
  • Pat Giangrosso, Development Assistant
  • Jennifer Jumonville, Law Alumni and Annual Giving Officer
  • Joelle Malott, Development Assistant, Development & Planned Giving
  • Suzanne Plaisance, Senior Development Officer, College of Law & Monroe Library
  • Claire Simno, Director, Stewardship and Donor Relations
  • Renny Simno, Development Officer, College of Business and the Office of Student Affairs
  • Lisa Watson, Development Officer, Corporations & Foundations, College of Arts & Sciences 
  • Anne Shelton Weaver, Assistant Director, Grant Development 
  • Tanisha Wise Wilson, Campaign Communications Coordinator
  • Chris Wiseman, Associate Vice President for Development 

Codes of Ethics

The Office of Major Gifts is committed to ethical practice in all professional activities and decisions and adheres to the provisions set forth in: