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Stephen F. Mandel ’52 Society

Dartmouth honors volunteer leaders for their enduring commitment to our undergraduates.

About the Mandel Society

The Mandel Society recognizes alumni volunteers who provide visionary leadership in raising gifts through the
Dartmouth College Fund.

Recent Honorees

Meet this year’s honorees, Betsy Fauver Stueber ’77 and Chris Winship ’97. 

Enjoy photos from our most recent Mandel Society Celebration on Thursday, May 2, 2024 at Gotham Hall.

portrait of Betsy Fauver Steuber ’77

Betsy Fauver Stueber ’77

A third-generation Dartmouth alumna, Betsy Fauver Stueber ’77 followed her grandfather, father, and uncles to Hanover— and then this follower became a leader on her own. Coming to campus in just the second cohort of Dartmouth coeds, Betsy faced the resentment of male privilege and turned the experience into a strength. She formed lifelong friendships with the Dartmouth sisters in her dorm and helped create a brave space of community for all women on campus. 

Soon after graduating, Betsy became Dartmouth’s first female head agent. Her welcoming gift? A necktie, the same gift presented to every other agent. Betsy’s service to her alma mater is exceptional. She was one of the first to receive the Young Alumni Award and was active in the Alumni Council search for Dartmouth’s next president in 1986. She served as head of the Dartmouth Club of Cleveland and led fundraising for her class’s 45th Reunion, raising $2.4 million. She remains active in the Cleveland Scholarship Fund. Today she serves on the Dartmouth College Fund Committee and is the co-head agent for the Class of 1977. With great gratitude, Dartmouth welcomes Betsy Fauver Stueber into the Stephen F. Mandel ’52 Society for her visionary leadership through the Dartmouth College Fund.

portrait of Chris Winship ’97

Chris Winship ’97

Chris Winship ’97 started making his Dartmouth memories long before his student years. He remembers going to Big Green football games as a child and skating on Occom Pond with his grandfather, Addison L. Winship ’42, who served as Dartmouth’s Vice President for Alumni Affairs and Development. Dartmouth offered a new but challenging environment, and Chris dove in headfirst. He earned a place on the ice hockey team, served as vice president of his fraternity, skied at Dartmouth Skiway, and got his first experiences in fundraising. He thoroughly enjoyed being a government major and had some great professors. And in his junior year, he met Cindy Goodwin, his future wife. 

Volunteering has been the throughline of Chris’s alumni experience, and financial aid has been his calling. He led the Class of 1997 25th Reunion fundraising effort, which provided $5 million for students through the Dartmouth College Fund. Chris leads by quiet example, giving his time and resources to support the Dartmouth College Fund and the institution’s mission of preparing the most talented students to become future leaders. With great gratitude, Dartmouth welcomes Chris Winship into the Stephen F. Mandel ’52 Society for his visionary leadership through the Dartmouth College Fund.

Mandel Society Members