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Lyndsey Crum

Lyndsey Crum

Assistant Vice President for Alumni Relations

Contact Information

Phone
970-351-1883
Fax
970-351-1835
Mailing Address
University of Northern Colorado
Development & Alumni Relations
Campus Box 11
Greeley, CO 80639

Education

J.D. Law, University of Denver (2009)

B.A. Political Science, University of Northern Colorado (2005) school

On being a Bear

Lyndsey joined the team in September 2014 and has more than a decade of experience in university advancement. But years before she assumed her current role, Lyndsey first fell in love with UNC as a high school sophomore from Mililani, HI. After meeting a UNC admissions counselor, Lyndsey set her sights on Greeley and made plans to become a Bear. With support from the Western Undergraduate Exchange program and UNC scholarships, Lyndsey moved more than 3,000 miles from home to begin her freshman year as a UNC political science major. It has been hard to keep her away every since.

As UNC's assistance vice president for alumni relations, Lyndsey's goal is to ensure that UNC alumni remain actively engaged in the life of their university and invested in the education of current and future Bears. Foremost, Lyndsey is a point of contact for UNC's alumni. She ensures that alumni and students have access to Alumni Association services and support, including growing the professionally-oriented UNC Bear Network and serving as co-editor of UNC Magazine. Lyndsey is responsible for setting the direction and management of UNC's alumni communication strategy, alumni staff and budgets, and the development of alumni programs and volunteer initiatives. She works with university faculty and staff to ensure that alumni are meaningfully involved in advancing UNC's brand and enrollment, student and career success, and philanthropic priorities.

You can follow Lyndsey around campus on Twitter @LyndseyCrum and build your Bear Network when you connect with her on LinkedIn.

I am a proud alumna and UNC will always hold a special place in my heart. As a first generation student and scholarship recipient, UNC provided me access to an incredible education. It is my privilege to pay that forward with my involvement as a donor, volunteer and staff member. 

Once a Bear, Always a Bear!