Our power to change the world has no limit.

When you give to our Power of Infinity Campaign, you support our commitment to an active, immersive education. The result? Alumni who are ready to participate, to lead and to influence the world in infinite ways. Your gift will help us ensure that there is no end to their collective impact.

Meet some alumni already making a difference and see the infinite impact that your gifts can have.

  • INFINITE POTENTIAL
  • INFINITE ENGAGEMENT
  • INFINITE CONNECTION
  • INFINITE OUTCOMES
  • INFINITE GRATITUDE

INFINITE POTENTIAL

The Power of Jen Holl ’06

INFINITE POTENTIAL

The Power of Jen Holl ’06Registered Nurse, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center

As a bone marrow transplant nurse with nearly a decade of experience, Jen collaborates with doctors, therapists, social workers and families to provide the best care for her patients. And as a clinical instructor at Colby-Sawyer, she passes on her knowledge: “The support I got in school inspires me to pay it forward – I love when the light bulb goes on for a student!”

  • 5 Colby-Sawyer <br />
nursing students taught <br />
each semester 5 Colby-Sawyer
    nursing students taught
    each semester
  • 14 people on her <br />
transplant team, <br />
including a doctor, <br />
pharmacist and dietician 14 people on her
    transplant team,
    including a doctor,
    pharmacist and dietician
  • 100 transplant patients <br />
each year 100 transplant patients
    each year
  • 50 smiles given daily 50 smiles given daily
STRENGTHS AND POTENTIAL

INFINITE ENGAGEMENT

The Power of Ethan Casson ’96

INFINITE ENGAGEMENT

The Power of Ethan Casson ’96Chief Operating Officer, San Francisco 49ers

The 49ers needed a new stadium naming rights partner and Ethan pursued Levi’s®, an iconic Bay Area brand established during the Gold Rush era. Utilizing his liberal arts education to connect history and business, he was able to negotiate one of the NFL’s largest naming rights deals. Ethan manages multi-million dollar revenue budgets and 100 employees, and says, “Helping my staff become leaders is such a rewarding part of my job.”

  • 1.25 million fans visited <br />
Levi’s<sup>®</sup> Stadium <br />
in its inaugural year 1.25 million fans visited
    Levi’s® Stadium
    in its inaugural year
  • $60 million in annual <br />
sponsorship revenue <br />
(top 5 in NFL) $60 million in annual
    sponsorship revenue
    (top 5 in NFL)
  • 40 under 40 recipient, <br />
awarded by the Sports <br />
Business Journal 40 under 40 recipient,
    awarded by the Sports
    Business Journal
  • 8 revenue streams <br />
managed, incl. partnerships <br />
and ticket sales 8 revenue streams
    managed, incl. partnerships
    and ticket sales
OUR INNOVATIVE CURRICULUM

INFINITE CONNECTION

The Power of Farah Rizvi Doyle ’05

INFINITE CONNECTION

The Power of Farah Rizvi Doyle ’05Senior Designer, Nomad Communications

Originally from Pakistan, multi-lingual Farah says that design is another way to help her communicate. At Nomad, she tells her clients’ stories through logos, websites and brochures. She’s also part of a team that creates educational books for children. And Farah shows her interns how to make their own mark: “I want them to let loose and go creative crazy!”

  • 5 Nomad Press <br />
Commemorative <br />
covers designed 5 Nomad Press
    Commemorative
    covers designed
  • 30+ clients she’s <br />
worked with 30+ clients she’s
    worked with
  • 5 interns under her <br />
guidance 5 interns under her
    guidance
  • 2 shows where her <br />
artwork is displayed 2 shows where her
    artwork is displayed
NURTURING THEIR TALENTS

INFINITE OUTCOMES

The Power of Aaron Cinquemani ’05

INFINITE OUTCOMES

The Power of Aaron Cinquemani ’05Principal, Hanover Street Elementary School

For the past ten years, Aaron has shaped the academic lives of thousands of students. He pushes for innovation, like incorporating neurology into teaching and using themed, interdisciplinary study units. And, his involvement with 4-H brings more math and science opportunities, especially for girls. Aaron says, “For this kind of human interaction, I’d do my job for free.”

  • 4 innovative programs <br />
he's part of, including <br />
Tech Wizards 4 innovative programs
    he's part of, including
    Tech Wizards
  • 300+ students <br />
in his care 300+ students
    in his care
  • 95% reduction in <br />
bullying under his watch 95% reduction in
    bullying under his watch
  • 1000+ high fives <br />
given in his career 1000+ high fives
    given in his career
OUR GRADUATES EXCEL

INFINITE GRATITUDE

The Power of Drew Drummond ’02

INFINITE GRATITUDE

The Power of Drew Drummond ’02Business Development Manager, Clean Energy Fuels

Drew was drawn to Clean Energy Fuels because it reduces our carbon footprint by fueling vehicles with natural gas instead of gasoline or diesel. In addition to handling sales for New England, he speaks about sustainability at events like Yale’s Odyssey Day and Clean Cities Coalitions. Drew knows that “cleaner and green fuel helps us set the stage for better air quality for our kids.”

  • 30,000 natural gas <br />
vehicles fueled daily <br />
by his company 30,000 natural gas
    vehicles fueled daily
    by his company
  • 230 natural gas <br />
garbage trucks he’s <br />
responsible for 230 natural gas
    garbage trucks he’s
    responsible for
  • 15 events where he <br />
spoke about natural gas 15 events where he
    spoke about natural gas
  • 60+ customers he <br />
serves in New England 60+ customers he
    serves in New England
WHAT WE CAN ACHIEVE

Why does giving matter to you?

Giving to higher education is important to different people for different reasons. We asked students, staff, alumni and community members for their thoughts.

Thomas, Aubrey
AUBREY THOMAS ’09
Winton-Black Trustee, Colby-Sawyer College
Paralegal
Harmon Law Offices, P.C.
Cambridge, MA Read

Each gift to the college supports Colby-Sawyer’s mission to help students thrive and grow as they prepare for the next phase of their lives.

AUBREY THOMAS ’09

Winton-Black Trustee, Colby-Sawyer College Paralegal
Harmon Law Offices, P.C.
Cambridge, MA
Thomas, Aubrey
AUBREY THOMAS ’09
Winton-Black Trustee, Colby-Sawyer College
Paralegal
Harmon Law Offices, P.C.
Cambridge, MA Read
Baiju, Saluna
SALUNA BAIJU ’16
Nursing major, Colby-Sawyer College
Kathmandu, Nepal Read

I am from Nepal and feel very lucky to attend Colby-Sawyer. This opportunity would not be possible without the generosity of people I don’t even know. I am very fortunate to benefit from the kindness of strangers!

SALUNA BAIJU ’16

Nursing major, Colby-Sawyer College Kathmandu, Nepal
Baiju, Saluna
SALUNA BAIJU ’16
Nursing major, Colby-Sawyer College
Kathmandu, Nepal Read
Wright, Susan
SUSAN WRIGHT
Trustee, Colby-Sawyer College
Retired executive director Dartmouth College Sunapee, NH Read

Haiku on Why I Give to Colby-Sawyer

They learn, dream, become 
when students breathe the pure air
of this wondrous place.

SUSAN WRIGHT

Trustee, Colby-Sawyer College Retired executive director Dartmouth College Sunapee, NH
Wright, Susan
SUSAN WRIGHT
Trustee, Colby-Sawyer College
Retired executive director Dartmouth College Sunapee, NH Read
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OUR PROGRESS

OVERALL PROGRESS

TOTAL TO DATE $25,146,865
OVERALL PROGRESS
TOTAL TO DATE $25,146,865
GOAL $60,000,000

GIFTS BY TYPE

CURRENT $15,443,865
GIFTS BY TYPE
CURRENT $15,443,865
DEFERRED $9,703,000
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