Remember, Reconnect, Rediscover


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As a graduate, you are a lifetime member of the Alumni Association of Notre Dame de Namur University — more than 12,000 strong.

The Alumni Office helps alumni stay connected with each other and with the university. As a member, you have access to the NDNU Online Community and to the NDNU Alumni Association group on LinkedIn, which enables you to network with fellow alums, find classmates, recommend colleagues or search for a new job. The Alumni Office also sponsors class reunions, Alumni and Family Weekend and campus and regional events. Once an Argonaut, you are always an Argonaut and a member of the NDNU family.

Our Alums Include:

  • First teacher in space, NASA astronaut
  • Pathologist, South Carolina
  • Winemaker, Gallo of Sonoma
  • Church Art Restorer, New Mexico
  • Reporter and Staff Writer, The San Francisco Chronicle
  • Vice President Branch Management, United American Bank
  • District Director, California Assembly District 22
  • CFO, Clif Bar
  • Physician serving Native Americans in New Mexico
  • Ph.D. Studies, Howard University
  • Graduate Study of Collaborative Piano, Manhattan School of Music
  • Career Counselor, Cañada College
  • Senior Account Executive, 18 Media/Gentry Magazine

  • Associate Vice President for Research Administration, Stanford University
  • Field Sales Force Trainer, Hewlett Packard
  • Director of Catholic Charities, Santa Rosa
  • Elementary Teacher, Los Angeles
  • HR Application Support, Facebook
  • Area Manager, Enterprise Holdings
  • Veterinary Medicine, UC Davis
  • Financial Advisor, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter
  • Faculty, Art Department, UC Davis
  • Disability Services Counselor, College of San Mateo
  • Deputy County Manager, San Mateo County
  • Entrepreneur

Elizabeth ValenteElizabeth Valente
Director of Alumni and Parent Relations

Elizabeth joined NDNU as alumni director in September 2013. She has extensive experience in communications management in both higher education and in the private sector. Prior to joining NDNU she worked as the communications director at Samuel Merritt University, a health sciences institution. Valente also worked as a reporter for several local news outlets including CNN, CBS, and FOX and garnered several awards including an Emmy in broadcast news. Since joining the university she has developed relationships with alumni, parents, and community leaders, created numerous campus programs such as Homecoming and Alumni Reunion, and built a growing community of volunteerism and advocacy. It is her goal to help our alumni and parent community to stay connected, re-engage, and play a role in the future of NDNU.

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