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Giving to Vanderbilt

GOLD Class Agents

Are you a graduate of the last decade who is interested in keeping in touch with your former classmates and giving back to Vanderbilt at the same time? The GOLD Class Agent program may be for you.

GOLD class agents are a group of enthusiastic volunteers and donors with a genuine interest in the vitality of Vanderbilt’s mission. Class agents are leaders who encourage alumni participation and philanthropic support among their peers. Volunteers work with university staff to keep classmates up-to-date on the latest news from Vanderbilt and to increase charitable giving to Vanderbilt among young alumni. Learn more about the role of our GOLD Class Agents by downloading this guide.

We need 10 to 12 volunteers per class to participate in this important initiative. If you are interested in learning more about our GOLD Class Agent program, please fill out this form. We will contact you to provide more information and answer any questions you may have.

View the current list of GOLD class agents below.

Class Year Name
2015 Sherry Chen
2015 Curry Clements
2015 Austin Brown
2015 Leah Carlisle
2015 Sarah Hendrix
2015 Sarah Hoffman
2015 Aaron Suggs
2014 Sara Chu
2014
Taylor Mergele Colby
2014
Zoe Blankenmeyer
2014
Alexis Hunter
2014
Julie Babbage
2014
Sid Sapru
2014
Erin Andrews
2014
Shilpa Mokshagundam
2014
Maysa Kaskas
2014
Molly Mocek
2014
Natalia Alvarez
2014
Jordan Pitts
2013 Barbara Ward
2013 Elizabeth Lyons
2013
Taylor Dickinson
2013
Kevin Barnett
2013
Laura Renaud
2013
Kathryn McGee
2012
Meghana Chalasani
2012
Tessa McLain
2012
Sarah Yecke
2012
Victoria Catanese
2012
Sasha Doust
2012
Brendan Lawrence
2012
Michael Cross
2012
Stephania Byrne
2012
Rory Cassidy
2012
Catherine Wood Bennett
2012
Clare Sweeney
2012 Andrew Sennett
2012 Ally Bateman
2012 Regan Rau
2011
James Becker
2011
Alex Longstreth
2011
Madeline Myers
2011
Susan Gleiser
2011
Zachary Bowers
2011
Celeste Thacker
2011
Alex Goldberg
2011
Megan Johnston
2011
Sophia Foroudastan
2010
Alex Bettis
2010
Annie O'Toole
2010
Jessica Henges
2009 Maggie Fesmire Canter
2009 Courtney Holliday Hess
2009 Mallory Hely
2009 Ayo Ositelu
2009 Elizabeth Diaz-Esquivel
2009 Chip Blue
2009 Corinne Mattern
2008
Billy Stark
2008 Meghan Russell
2008 Jamie Karoff
2008 Haden Sirmon
2008 Kristen Russell
2008 Trey Levie
2008 Julianna Staples
2008
Sara Simonds
2008
Sarah Feagles
2008
Elizabeth Mulligan
2008
Andrew Dickerman
2008
Erin Crosby Dickerman
2007 Julia Rumford Bethune
2007 Courtney Wright
2007
Elizabeth Warner Shayler
2007
Angela Oliver
2007
Corey Ponder
2007
Jessie Foster Strike
2007
Sarah Goldsmith
2007
Karen Brinker
2007
Ventsi Stoichev
2006
Rachel Fendell Satinsky
2006
Lauren Ann Morris
2006
Katherine Morgan
2006
Elliot Wong
2006
Alice Ji
2006
Brad Doss
2006
Margaret Butzow

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Ways to Give

Every Gift Makes a Vital Difference.

  • arrow Online

    To make your gift online, use our secure online gift form.

    Vanderbilt accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover credit cards.

  • arrow Telephone

    To make a gift by telephone,
    call 1-866-882-FUND (3863).

  • arrow Mail

    To mail your gift, print our giving form to include with your check, credit card payment or money order.

    Mail your gift to:
    Office of Annual Giving
    PMB 407727
    2301 Vanderbilt Place
    Nashville, TN 37240-7727

  • arrow Electronic Bank Draft

    To set up an electronic bank draft,
    call 1-866-882-FUND (3863) or use our printable electronic bank draft form.

  • arrow Stocks and Securities

    To request information on transferring gifts of stocks and securities click here.

    Please email or call (615) 875-1155
    with any questions.

  • arrow Planned Gifts

    Learn more about planned giving opportunities here.

  • arrow Matching Gifts

    Many employers have matching gift programs that could double or even triple your gift.

    Learn more about matching gifts here
    or call 1-866-882-FUND (3863).

  • arrow Donor Advised Fund

    If you have a donor advised fund, DAF Direct enables you to recommend grants to Vanderbilt University, directly from your DAF (as long as your DAF's sponsoring organization is participating). Learn more here.


Why I Give

Tell why you give to Vanderbilt.

  • “We give to Vanderbilt because of the extraordinary experience it is giving our son. A phenomenal education, outstanding professors, lifelong friendships and a desire to give back to his community. We couldn't ask for more. We look forward to our son being able to give back to Vanderbilt...forever.”

    –Immy Mullin, Current Vanderbilt parent

  • “Vanderbilt gave me so much—an education, friends, work experience, mentors and lifelong memories. Attending Vanderbilt may not have been a reality for me and many of my peers without the generosity of alumni who gave back. I give so others can experience an amazing university that's there to support student development with every resource possible. I give so that Vanderbilt can continue to provide quality education to diverse populations with unique and meaningful perspectives. I give so that Vanderbilt continues to train and develop leaders who will positively impact and shape our world. Vanderbilt gave me so much, now it's my turn.”

    –Nick Hall, BS’13

  • “As the parent of a student who was blessed to attend Vanderbilt, I feel that it is my family's responsibility to give back. I give back for several reasons. First, while attending Vanderbilt, my daughter received a quality education, both in and out of the classroom. Next, it is my hope that by putting something back, someone else will be able to receive the same quality education. Finally, it is my way of saying, ‘thanks’.”

    -Leadrester Granger, Parent of Vanderbilt alumna

  • “I value the education I received at Vanderbilt as both an undergraduate and graduate student. I have always loved my university and have supported it as I could throughout the years. The friendships, the fun at sports events, the sorority activities, and alumni events are a cherished part of my life. Thanks so much!”

    -Bonnie Seay, BA’66, MA’80

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