Mount President H. James Williams and his wife Carole Campbell Williams salute Mount St. Joseph University alumni and loyal donors during The Mount Jubilee on Wednesday, April 27, 2016. The annual scholarship event will be held in the ballroom of Music Hall, 6-9 p.m. This will be the Williams’ first Mount scholarship benefit.
Co-chairs for this year’s event are Linda Stalf Antus and Paul Antus, and Kathy and Rodney McMullen. Linda Antus and Kathy McMullen both serve on the Mount’s Board of Trustees. A Mount graduate, Linda Stalf Antus is the president of Cincinnati USA Regional Tourism Network, Inc.; Kathy McMullen is the director of engagement analytics & research for Macy’s. Proceeds benefit the general scholarship fund at Mount St. Joseph University, which provides scholarships for more than 700 deserving students each year. Tickets are $100/person.
During the evening, the Mount will present the following awards:
Ann Rasche Award:
Robyn Ruede Caponi ’72
SC Ministry Foundation
Corporate Partner Awards:
The Robert H. Reakirt Foundation, PNC Bank, Trustee, and
The Josephine Schell Russell Charitable Trust, PNC Bank, Trustee
Future Five Awards:
Chris Eckes ’00
Nicholas Messinger ’08
Catherine Perlson ’12
Tim Prince ’10
Debra Weber ’04
President Williams will also announce the 2016 Georgine Wolohan Masters Academy inductees: Bernadette Coutain Plair ’67 and Peg Bradley-Doppes ’79. Implemented in 2014, past Masters Academy candidates include alumni Mary Ivers, Nancy Sorg and Don Doyle, and businessman Michael Schueler.
Visit www.msj.edu/jubilee to learn more about the event and to make reservations, or call 513-244-4296.
Mount St. Joseph University is an undergraduate and graduate Catholic university that provides an interdisciplinary liberal arts and professional curriculum emphasizing values, service and social responsibility.