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Join us to rediscover the Mount, reconnect with friends and colleagues, revisit your favorite spots on campus, and make new Mount memories while supporting our students!

We can't wait to welcome you back home for Jubilee on April 9, 2022!

Dylan Deck

DYLAN DECK, JUNIOR HEALTH AND WELLNESS

“I’ve begun to study the disparity between low-income and minority individuals and the health gap that exists in America,” he says. “As healthcare has been at the forefront of American culture in the last two years, I find this area very important because this is where I feel the most change could be accomplished to help end health disparities.”

CARISSA

CARISSA PALAZZOLO, SENIOR FINE ARTS MAJOR, PSYCHOLOGY MINOR

“Initially I wanted to be an art therapist because I love art and helping people and thought it was a good intersection of the two,” Palazzolo says. “But I’ve taken so many classes at the Mount and loved so many of them that it’s hard for me to pick just one thing to do now.”

EMILY ETRIS

EMILY ETRIS, JUNIOR EARLY CHILDHOOD AND SPECIAL EDUCATION MAJOR

“I chose to concentrate in these areas so that I am able to effectively teach every student that I have in my class,” Etris says. “I feel that this major is important because it gives teachers the chance to make a difference in their students’ lives. We are able to give the next generation the tools to succeed and build a better world.”

AWARD CATEGORIES

2020 Award Winners Will Be Recognized At Jubilee 2022

ALUMNI IMPACT AWARDS
Recognizes recent graduates of the Mount for their outstanding contributions to their careers and their communities.

ANN RASCHE AWARD
Presented to a Mount alumni who demonstrates the spirit of service and philanthropy as modeled by the late Ann Rasche’47.

TRUSTEES AWARD
Recognizes supporters of the Mount who exemplify the long-standing commitment and leadership represented by the Board of Trustees.

WOLOHAN MASTERS ACADEMY
Founded in memory of Mount alumna Georgine Braidic Wolohan ’63. The Wolohan Masters Academy recognizes alumni and community leaders while fostering a network of professionals that mentor Mount students through sharing of career and personal experiences.

CENTENNIAL AWARD
This special award, bestowed only in 2020, recognizes the legacy of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, who founded the College of Mount St. Joseph in 1920.
 

ALUMNI IMPACT AWARDS
Dr. David Childs ’00
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Childs is an associate professor of Social Studies Education and History at Northern Kentucky University (NKU). He was the first African American in the Teacher Education Department to receive tenure at NKU.
Childs is an ordained clergyman and pastors First Antioch Baptist Church in East Walnut Hills. He is also the CEO of the nonprofit First Antioch Ministries that focuses on education, spirituality, homelessness, and food programs.


ALUMNI IMPACT AWARDS
Jessee Smith ’10
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Smith founded her jewelry business, Silverspot Studio & Metalworks,in 2003. She later returned to the Mount to complete a B.F.A. in Fine Art with a concentration in Sculpture. Recently she completed copying editing, design, & layout for the Ohio Biological Survey’s “A Naturalist’s Guide to the Fishes of Ohio”. Smith has been volunteering with  Western Wildlife Corridor for nine years & currently serves as vice president of their board.


ALUMNI IMPACT AWARDS
Jason Kammer ’00
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Kammer is the vice president of Bancorp Intelligent Automation at Fifth Third Bank, where he has worked for more than 18 years.
Kammer played baseball as a student-athlete at Mount St. Joseph University and went on to serve as the assistant baseball coach.
Kammer is currenlty serving in his 24th season with the Mount baseball program, including his 20th season as a coach.


ANN RASCHE AWARD
Bernadette (Coutain) Plair ’67
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Bernadette Coutain Plair ’67 will receive the Ann Rasche Award, which is presented to a Mount alumni who demonstrates the spirit of service and philanthropy shown by the late Ann Rasche’47.
Plair, a native of Trinidad and Tobago, is the director and co-founder of the Centre for the Rescue of Endangered Species of Trinidad and Tobago (CRESTT).


TRUSTEES AWARD
Timothy Schroeder
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Timothy Schroeder is CEO & founder of CTI, a multi-national research firm. He will receive the Trustee Award recognizing supporters of MSJ who exemplify long-standing commitment & leadership represented by the Board of Trustees. He has more than 35 years of clinical, academic, & industry experience in global drug & device development programs.


WOLOHAN MASTERS ACADEMY
Jackie Reau
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Jackie Reau will be inducted into the Wolohan Masters Academy.
Reau is the CEO of Game Day Communications and co-founded the media and marketing agency in 2002 with former ESPN anchor Betsy Ross. Reau currently serves on several boards in the Cincinnati community, including on the Mount’s Board of Trustees.




CENTENNIAL AWARD


Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati

The Mount will be honoring the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati with the Centennial Award. This special award, bestowed only in 2020, recognizes the legacy of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, who founded the College of Mount St. Joseph in 1920. We will honor the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati at our 2021 Jubilee.

To learn more about sponsorship opportunities, contact Joe Cornely at 513-244-4955  or Joseph.Cornely@msj.edu