Jim Walker, former Men’s Basketball coach, Men’s Tennis coach, and Athletic Director, joins the newest Houndcast episode with Julie Kulp to discuss the Athletics Giving Challenge at Moravian University. Walker talks about his journey at Moravian, memories that have stuck with him throughout the years and what the Athletics Giving Challenge means to him.
Dan Nigito ‘78 joins us to close out our special series of Houndcasts on Planned Giving. Dan shares guidance on how you can give non-cash items, like real-estate, art or securities. And, we’ll also touch on a particular expertise of Dan’s, trusts, and how they can help individuals plan.
Steve Link of Cornerstone Advisors in Bethlehem, PA joins us for the second of three special edition Houndcasts about Planned Giving. Steve tells us all about charitable gifts that can provide us income, Charitable Gift Annuities (CGA’s).
*Steve’s statements are for general information only and are not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual. To determine what is appropriate for you, please contact a qualified professional.
Scot Dapp, former Head Football Coach and Athletic Director at Moravian University, joins the newest Houndcast episode to talk about his coaching and administrative journey at Moravian, the memories that resonate with him the most, and what the Athletics Giving Challenge means to him.
Episode 2, season 3, features Greg Krug P’22. Greg joins Houndcast to discuss his passion for helping people and animals and creating his company, Lampire Biological Laboratories. He talks about Lampire's process for helping to detect and assist animals fighting diseases and how it relates to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our podcast series continues for Season 3, featuring Pat Corpora ’78 for episode 1. Pat speaks about his passion for gardening and volunteering, along with how he and his two sisters, Santa ’70 and Maria ’72, planted the seeds of their family's legacy by endowing a scholarship for Moravian students.
We’re wrapping up Season 2 of Houndcast by talking to Jill C. Anderson, P’25, CFRE, Vice President of Development & Alumni Engagement!
We had a lot of fun talking with Jill about what brought her to Moravian and her role as VP of Development & Alumni Engagement. She shared with us how the College and department overcame the challenges of staying connected during COVID-19 and what she loves most about being part of the Moravian team.
Dylan Runne, Class of 2016, joins Justin and Matt from Alumni Engagement for the newest episode of Houndcast.
Listen in to hear about Dylan’s Moravian story, what he is doing today, and his journey to becoming the CEO of Fenom Digital, a certified Salesforce implementation partner. In this episode, he explains how Moravian helped accelerate his career and growth as a person, ways he is staying connected and giving back to current students as an alumnus, and what he loved most about being a student at Moravian.
Calling all Greyhounds! We have a special Houndcast episode for you which features Justin DeRenzis, MHA and Matt Nesto ’16, G'21 from Alumni Engagement and two of Moravian’s newest graduates, Cat Cole ‘21 and Matt Anderson ‘21.
Episode discussion includes what it was like to for Matt and Cat to have their senior year during a pandemic, the differences of having online and in-person classes, their plans after graduating from Moravian, and the things they’ll miss most about being a part of the campus community.
Congratulations to the Class of 2021! We wish you all the best of luck as you start your next chapter in life. Once a Hound, always a Hound!
Join us on our brand new episode of Houndcast with Justin DeRenzis, MHA, Assistant Director of Alumni & Parent Engagement, Matt Nesto ’16, MBA ’21, Assistant Director of Student & Young Alumni Engagement, and Jackie Cook ’18.
Justin and Matt discuss with Jackie what her Moravian story looked like and what life has looked like after graduating. Jackie explains how Moravian has helped accelerate her career and growth as a person, ways to stay connected as an alumni, and what she misses the most about being a part of the Moravian community.