GOLD Network


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GOLD Network refers to every member of Lipscomb's graduating classes from the past 10 years—the Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD). GOLD strives to create a community among young professionals while encouraging connection to Lipscomb through a variety of programs which are focused on networking, education and service. Download the GOLD Network PDF to learn more about the program.

Recently, the GOLD Council, the leadership group for the young alumni program, decided to establish the GOLD Network Scholarship. Click here to read more about the scholarship and how young alumni can make a gift to positively impact today's Lipscomb students.

The GOLD Network Council consists of volunteer alumni from all walks of life and graduation years, and meets six to eight times a year. The group is charged with promoting attendance to events, planning and assistance with events, and serving as hosts/hostesses at events. 

Current GOLD Council Members:

  • Allen Burgess (2010)
  • Brent Culberson (2005 & 2010)
  • Alex Dampf (2010)
  • Morgan Hardison (2011)
  • Elizabeth Hayes (2012)
  • Kristin Lusk (MBA 2009)
  • Danielle Nichols (2010)
  • Heather Sczepczenski (2000 & 2008)

Follow GOLD on Twitter: twitter.com/LipscombGOLD
Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/LipscombAlumniGOLD

We need your help! If you wish to get involved with the GOLD Network program as a member of the GOLD Council, please contact Rhonda Minton, Director of Alumni Programs, at 615.966.5840 or via email at rhonda.minton@lipscomb.edu.

GOLD Scholarship

GOLD NetworkThe Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD) Council established the GOLD Network Scholarship in May 2013.

The GOLD Network Scholarship will be awarded to a sophomore, junior or senior with significant financial need who maintains a grade point average of 2.75 or better on a 4.0 scale at Lipscomb University.

Once endowed, the scholarship is to be awarded to one student per year and may be renewed as long as the recipient remains qualified according to the stated terms. When the endowment grows to the point where the average award amount reaches $3,000, awards may be granted to two students.

Make A Gift: If you would like to make a gift to the GOLD Scholarship, please click here to go to the university's online giving form. Under "Select an area," please choose "Other" and designate "GOLD Scholarship" as your area of support. If you work for a matching gift company, your gift could be doubled or even tripled in some instances. Check with your work's human resource department to find out if you work for a matching gift company.

The GOLD Network is a program sponsored by the Lipscomb University Office of Alumni Relations for young alumni who have graduated within the past 10 years. The goal of the GOLD Network is to create a community among young professionals that engages them with Lipscomb and each other through programs focused on networking, education and service events.