Focused Investing


Susan Cruse

Bryan Meltz

Campaign Emory

With a year and a half to go in Campaign Emory and more than 75 percent of our $1.6 billion goal achieved, alumni and friends have asked me how we plan to close the gap. It’s a fair question with a fairly simple answer: focus.

For those of us privileged with the task of raising money for this great institution, focus means homing in on Emory’s uppermost priorities when telling the University’s story. For Emory alumni and other investors, it means finding creative ways to help fund the priorities that hold the most meaning for you.

Support during this campaign, which began in September 2005 just as the nation’s economy began its major slowdown, has been robust. Some of our donors are investing in Emory because they love the University and want to strengthen it. Others are driven by their aspirations for creating positive change in communities at home or abroad through Emory’s work.

Whatever your inspiration, Emory offers sound investment opportunities, and our team of development officers can help you find the perfect one. I invite you to visit and begin a conversation.

Susan Cruse, Senior Vice President Development and Alumni Relations

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