Kate Cudé is a research analyst with the Student Affairs Forum. Her most recent research focus is student activism. Her other areas of research experience include improving fundraiser efficiency, pipeline development, alumni engagement, tuition pricing strategies, and enrollment management.
Prior to joining EAB Kate worked in residence life and Vermont state politics. In her free time, Kate enjoys spending time with her dog, crafting, and exploring D.C.
Kate is a proud alumna of the University of Vermont, and the Sorensen Institute. She earned her degree in political science and economics and graduated with honors after completing her thesis through the UVM economics department about the diverging perspectives on the rising price of tuition.
Research & Insights
Use this guide and template to empower MGOs to focus more time on tailoring their strategy rather than re-building the basic components of a donor journey.
The COVID-19 pandemic has sparked many questions for alumni relations teams: how can we continue to engage alumni while also offering support? How do we shift existing engagement opportunities to fit a new format?
Many advancement leaders know this is a vital time to steward donors in a way that builds and solidifies relationships. It is crucial that donors are hearing from us and feel supported and appreciated during these challenging times