What We Do
The Special Events Office is responsible for the planning and implementation of University Events in the St. Louis metro area.
Events include groundbreaking and dedication ceremonies, open houses, receptions, lunches, conferences, donor and community relations events, Board of Trustee events, Commencement, Convocations and the University’s community service day, Webster Works Worldwide.
Special Events Coordinators are available to help you plan or offer consultation on the planning of your special event.
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Special Events Mission Statement
The Office of Special Events enhances both the stature of the University and quality of life on campus through the production and management of sponsored event programs.
The Office of Special Events seeks to serve the internal and external communities by providing expertise and assistance in all areas of event planning on the Webster University campus, enriching the quality of life for students, faculty and staff, alumni and University supporters.
Who We Are
Director, Ceremonies & Events
Nancy began her career at Webster University in 2002 as a Special Events Coordinator. Prior to joining Webster, Nancy held public relations and marketing positions with Lents & Associates, The Booksource, KMOX Radio, and The Library Ltd. Bookstore.
Nancy earned a BA in Communications from Saint Louis University and a Master of Arts in Media Communications/Public Relations from Webster University.
Special Events Coordinator
Loretto Hall 363
Heather will oversee our Webster Works Worldwide community service day and coordinate other University events.
Heather comes to Webster from the Missouri Botanical Garden, where she has served as Public Events Coordinator since 2001. At the Garden, Heather was responsible for producing such major events as the Japanese Festival, the Whitaker Music Festival summer concert series, and Chinese Culture Days. Prior to the Garden, Heather was Special Events Coordinator for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, where she worked on the organization's MS 150 Bike Tour, the MS Walk and the U.G.L.Y. Bartender Challenge.
Heather earned a BA in Communication from Truman State University.