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Stormberg named AVP for Alumni Relations and Donor Engagement

Diane Glow StormbergMatt Gerard, vice president for University Relations at Creighton University, announced today that alumna Diane Glow Stormberg has been appointed assistant vice president for Alumni Relations and Donor Engagement.

With nearly 70,000 Creighton alumni throughout the country and world, Stormberg will lead programming and strategies to advance alumni involvement through volunteer opportunities and philanthropy.

“Diane has creatively and strategically developed highly successful programs around parents and families, skills that will translate into the many opportunities we have to create meaningful engagement opportunities for our alumni,” said Gerard.

Stormberg most recently served as the director of Parent and Family Programs, where she created and led the programming and the establishment of the first Parent and Family Leadership Council. The council began with four members and now numbers 88. During the past four years, Stormberg increased the number of parent donors from 103 to nearly 1,000.

“I am honored, and blessed to continue my work and passion for Creighton University,” said Stormberg. “I want to strengthen the bonds between the University and our alumni by providing relevant communications, programming and engagement opportunities that resonate with our alumni over their lifetime.”

Stormberg’s community involvement includes serving for the past 15 years on the College of Nursing’s Alumni Advisory Board, including two terms as board president, as well as on the Friends of Children’s Hospital and Medical Center Board of Directors, Duchesne Academy Alumni Board, and the American Red Cross Heartland Chapter, Board of Directors.

Her past roles include overseeing Creighton University’s initial and subsequent accreditation for the Institutional Research Board’s Human Research Protection Program. She also served for 17 years as managing nurse of the Creighton University Department of Pediatrics at Creighton University Medical Center.

Stormberg grew up in Omaha and graduated from Creighton with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 1980. Her family includes her husband, Scott Stormberg, DDS’81, sons, Kevin and Ben, and daughter, Sarah, BA’11.

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