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Campaign Leadership

Campaign Chairs

David ’73 and Sandy Cleveland ’74 Haist are leading a team of dedicated volunteers on the Campaign Cabinet. The group is offering its valuable time and advice to the University Advancement team in the strategic direction of Students First!

Cabinet members of the Students First! comprehensive campaign

D. Randall (Randy) Brown ’87, bachelor of science degree in political science; law degree in 1990 from Indiana University School of Law; member of Board of Trustees; partner in Barnes & Thornburg LLP in Fort Wayne. Randy and wife, Sheila Auld ’87 Brown, have two children.

Sara S. Edgerton ’70, bachelor of science degree in history; master’s in education from Indiana University; member of the Board of Trustees; CEO of Community Cancer Care in Indianapolis, working with rural and underserved hospitals in developing and implementing cancer programs. Sara collects vinyl records.

Samuel G. Gunnerson ’64 bachelor of science degree in business administration and accounting; member and former chair of Board of Trustees; retired from Gunnerson Associates Inc., Goodyear, Ariz. Sam is an avid reader, sports fan and loves to travel. He and his wife, Norma Gunnerson ’63, have three children.

David A. Haist ’73, bachelor of science degree in economics and accounting; law degree in 1977 from Indiana University School of Law; member and former chair of Board of Trustees; chief operating officer for Do It Best Corp. Dave and his wife, Sandy Cleveland ’74 Haist are season ticketholders to Notre Dame football games.

Sandra Cleveland ’74 Haist ’02, bachelor of science degree in home economics and computer science; member of President’s Leadership Council; former adjunct instructor in computer science. Sandy enjoys interior design, working outdoors and traveling. The couple has two children.

Carolyn Moldenhauer ’61 Hardman, bachelor of arts degree in English; master’s in social work in 1976 from University of Connecticut; former member and vice president of Board of Trustees; member of President’s Leadership Council; retired teacher. Carolyn serves on the board of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and enjoys reading, traveling and jogging. She and her husband, Dr. Donald Hardman ’59 have three children.

J. Michael Jarvis ’68, bachelor of science degree in accounting and economics; former member of Board of Trustees; member of President’s Leadership Council; president of Jarvis Enterprises, Franklin. Mike enjoys fishing, hiking and symphony music; with a special interest in automotive racing engine and business development. He and his wife, Sandy, have two sons.

Marsha Palmer ’68 Link, bachelor of science degree in music, master’s in counseling and personnel services in 1972 from Purdue University; certificate in human resources management in 1983 from University of California, Irvine; Ph.D. in clinical psychology in 2005 from Fielding Graduate University; current chair of the Board of Trustees; principal owner of Link Consulting. Marsha and her husband, Bill, have two children.

Christian M. Maslowski ’99, bachelor of science degree in communications; MBA in 2004 from Indiana Institute of Technology; executive director of Greater Greenwood (Ind.) Chamber of Commerce. Christian, who is married to Michelle, enjoys college football, beach vacations and the arts.

Dr. J.D. Masterson ’58, bachelor of arts degree in chemistry; MD in 1962 from Northwestern University School of Medicine; urologist for Veterans Administration Palo Alto (Calif.) Health Care System. J.D. attends Menlo Park Presbyterian Church, is active in Stephen Ministry and enjoys photography, biking and surfing the net. He and his wife, Renee, have four adopted children and three foster children.

Paula M. Eikenberry ’86 Mendenhall, bachelor of arts degree in communication studies; masters in organizational communication in 1988 from Purdue University; member of the Board of Trustees; human resources manager for Exxon Mobil Corp. Paula enjoys reading, singing and travel. She and her husband, Grady Mendenhall ’86, have two children.

Richard D. Robins ’64, bachelor of science degree in chemistry; master’s in 1966 and Ph.D. in 1968 in chemistry from The Ohio State University; member of the Board of Trustees; retired vice president of  Lubrizol Corp. Rich enjoys reading, walking, sports, travel and gardening. He and his wife, Kate, have two children.

Larry Rowland, bachelors of science degree business management in 1976 and MBA in 1977 from Northern Illinois University; member of Board of Trustees and President’s Leadership Council; partner in NxtStar Ventures LLC consulting firm, Fort Wayne. Larry enjoys sports photography, college athletics and reading. He and his wife, Wendy, have two children.

Jo Young ’69 Switzer, bachelor of arts degree in English; master’s in 1977 and Ph.D. in 1980 in communication studies from University of Kansas; president of Manchester University. Jo enjoys Tuscan cooking, contemporary fiction, herb gardening, college sports, Chicago Cubs and jazz. She and her husband, Dave (a member of the MU communications faculty), have three children.

Dr. Phillip C. Wright ’78, bachelor of science degree in biology-chemistry; MD in 1982 from Indiana University School of Medicine; medical director for Physicians Health Plan (PHP) of Northern Indiana Inc.; former member of the Board of Trustees; community advocate for high-speed rail and environmental preservation. Phil enjoys golf, snow skiing, travel, cooking, reading, aerobic conditioning and weight training. He and his wife, Marcia, have two children.

John Zeglis, bachelor of science degree in finance in 1969 from the University of Illinois; law degree in 1972 from Harvard Law School; retired president of AT&T; chairman and CEO of AT&T Wireless; member of the Board of Trustees. John enjoys hiking, paddling, riding, running, swimming, lifting, golfing, over-the-hill basketball, football, reading history and collecting art. He and his wife, Carol, have three children.

Dr. Elvin G. Zook ’59, bachelor of science degree in chemistry; MD in 1963 from Indiana University School of Medicine; chair of plastic surgery for Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in Springfield; member of the Board of Trustees. He enjoys farming, reading and hunting. He and his wife, Sharon Neher ’61 Zook, have three children.