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Jennifer Sanner Jackson
Senior Vice President of Communication
KU Alumni Association
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Jennifer Jackson Sanner
Senior Vice President for Communications
Editor, Kansas Alumni magazine
Jennifer, j'81, joined the Association staff in 1984 as staff writer and stumbled into a career.
husband, Bob, b'80, have three children: Rachel, a proud KU business school graduate; Jack, a KU junior majoring in business; and Claire, a future Jayhawk who now rules the household along with the dog, Bubba.
Away from the Hill, Jennifer
assists children in foster care.
Bill has two daughters, Jen
and Linda c'10.
KU Alumni Association - Meet the Staff
Jennifer Sanner, j'81, oversees print and online publications.
She began her career at the Association in 1984 as staff writer and became editor of Kansas Alumni magazine the following year.
Outside her KU life, she devotes time to arts organizations and juvenile court services that assist children in foster care.
She and her husband, Robert, b'80, have three children; their eldest will be a KU freshman and third-generation Jayhawk in fall 2005.
This Week In KU History
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The ceremony included guest speaker Jennifer Sanner, Senior Vice President of Communications for the KU Alumni Association.
"Things were a little wilder back ...
"Things were a little wilder back then in some respects," said a laughing Jennifer Sanner, senior vice president for communications for the KU Alumni Association.
said she'll sometimes hear visiting alumni recall the big-name musical and comedy guests who would perform during homecoming, often in Allen Fieldhouse.
guessed that the year-round performance-arts happenings around campus had made the homecoming performances less of a focus.
"We didn't have the Lied Center
"We didn't have the opportunities that we have now for lectures and entertainers and concerts."
The cost of A-list performers may have risen since those days, as well, she
Today's KU homecoming is marked by plentiful events throughout the week designed to get lots of people involved, Sanner
said, from students to visiting alumni to people around Lawrence.
In 1999, the Kansan reported that involvement in homecoming was at a record low, and only two universitywide events were on the calendar: the parade and football game.
A few years thereafter, the Alumni Association
began to oversee homecoming - the latest in a number of groups to lead the events, Sanner
This year's schedule calls for about four to five events each day, from today through Saturday.
"My sense is that there's much more variety and there are many more activities that engage students from all different walks, all different areas of campus," Sanner