Revamp of MFOS Materials
Due Open Deliverables
10-10-2022  / 1
Project Lead Project Team
Nicole Neal CS David Houder   W Nicole Neal
Sponsor Information
University InitiativesAshley RodriguezExecutive Director of Development
Project Description
Ashley Rodriguez and Leslie Pendleton have submitted a new project for our team. Luke has given this his approval. They would like us to assist them with revamping their MFOS materials. They would like to incorporate photos and stories of what the program is and how to get involved. They would like a printed version, as well as a digital version to send to prospective donors during virtual visits. • Purpose: Printed Materials: Leave behind at DO visits. Discussion piece - donors can leave it on their office shelves as a talking point. Digital Materials: This would allow us to continue to build our digital presence. • Quantity: 250 • Audience: Prospective donors and MFOS Leadership Council members, such as Joelen Merkel, Jason Rosenberg, Lou Oberndorf, Monisa Cline, etc. • Budget: No constraints • Timeline: October 10th. Ideally they would like to have these in hand before our October Celebration as they will be hosting the MFOS Leadership Council for a VIP event. Due to the campaign celebration being our top priority, we may need to execute this earlier in the summer. • Content & Copy Needs: They would like this to be a long-lasting document. They are hoping to steer clear of including data. They believe the content may already be complete, as we have done several stories related to MFOS over the years. Less is more. • Design Elements: Folder, booklet with place for a business card on the right inside pocket. The current folder is too large. They would prefer something similar to the AER folder or President’s Council folder. They are hoping to incorporate visuals of diverse group of students and, “For the Greater” branding elements. For the digital version, they would love to incorporate videos, active links and QR codes to make it interactive.
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Created on April 27, 2022 at  3:05 PM (EDT). Last updated by Jason Phenicie on Aug. 16, 2022 at 10:48 AM (EDT). Owned by Hartman, Marissa.
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