You’re invited! Start your workday with fellow Wake County Pirates and make some great connections to build your professional and social networks. Hear from successful alumni, enjoy breakfast, and stay connected with your University. Take this opportunity to tap into the power of the Pirate alumni network!

Thursday, January 24, 2013
7:30-9:00 a.m.
901 West Morgan Street
Raleigh, NC 27603
919-833-8898

Andy Ferrell '90, '93 and Mike Putnam '98, '01 will be featured alumni. Ferrell is president and CEO of Pharmaceutical Calibrations and Instrumentation and Putnam is President of Sequence, Inc. Validation Services.

This event is open to all alumni and friends of East Carolina. Cost is $5.00 for Alumni Association members and $15.00 for non-members, which includes breakfast foods and beverages. Please let us know of any special dietary needs when you register.

Dress is business casual. Be sure to bring business cards for our business card exchange and the opportunity to win ECU door prizes.

Parking is available in the Irregardless Café parking lot, which is between the Café and Hillsborough Street, on the east side of the road (across the street and down three doors from the restaurant). Street parking is also available.

Register by Thursday, January 17:

Online

By phone: call the Alumni Center at 800-ECU-GRAD

By fax: fax the registration form to 252-328-4369

By mail: send the registration form to:
East Carolina Alumni Association
Taylor-Slaughter Alumni Center
Mail Stop 305
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC  27858-4353



For questions or more information on this event, contact:

Shawn Moore '91, '98
252-328-5775 or 800-ECU-GRAD

Individuals requesting accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) should contact the Department for Disability Support Services at least 48 hours prior to the event at 252-737-1016 (Voice/TTY).
 

"My wife and I both graduated from ECU and we are both lifetime members of the Alumni Association. We've always had a devotion to East Carolina, and because we gained so much from our education, we think lifetime membership is a great way to give back to the University. I would recommend lifetime membership to anyone who went to East Carolina. There are many wonderful benefits, and it's very special."

Jerry '65 and Joanie '65 Tolley

"I am a member of the alumni association because it provides an opportunity for me to connect to the university, renew relationships through alumni events, and help attract potential students to ECU. As an active member of the alumni association, I have the chance to serve as an advocate for the university through volunteerism. Being a member along with my son as a fellow Pirate demonstrates commitment and builds a legacy within our family."

Linda Thomas '81

"I am a member because ECU is my second home. Staying connected not only allows me to give back to the university but also inspire the next generation of pirates."

Tim Willis '12

"I am a member of the Alumni Association because I want everyone to know what East Carolina means to me and how much pride and love I have for ECU. Being a member means the world to me, and is the one way that I can give back and stay connected to the place that gave me the best years of my life."

Jeremy Woodard '01

"I am a member of the alumni association because I appreciate how well ECU prepared me for my business career. I enjoy contributing to the alumni association's efforts to provide scholarships for some of our best and brightest students. The Alumni Association does a great job of providing ways for alumni to reconnect with their alma mater and I hope when they do they enjoy it as much as I do. I believe in what ECU stands for and my membership helps me feel a part of the great things ECU is accomplishing!"

Wes Johnson '85