Eastridge Named NDHS Education Fund Foundation Development Coordinator

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo., Sept. 28, 2021 — The Notre Dame Regional High School (NDHS) Education Fund Foundation welcomed Jordan Eastridge of Jackson, Missouri, this month as its new Development Coordinator.

Eastridge began her new duties Sept. 23, replacing Karen Burger, administrative assistant, who left her position to assist with her family’s farm operation.

“I am excited to be back at Notre Dame!” said Eastridge, a 2008 NDHS graduate. “I have a passion for marketing and strategic planning, and am looking forward to putting that passion to work at my alma mater.”

As Development Coordinator, Eastridge will assist with administrative aspects of the Development Office and capital campaigns and provide assistance to Development Director Alex Jackson in the planning and execution of Foundation events.

“The Development Coordinator position is going to allow us to take our outreach efforts as a foundation and a school to the next level,” Jackson said. “We will be able to celebrate more of the achievements and milestones of our alumni and students, and Jordan will aid us in marketing our school to the community at large, offering a more personal approach to our fundraising efforts. We are excited to have Jordan back at Notre Dame in this new position and can’t wait to see all the amazing things she will do to benefit our students.”

Eastridge will coordinate a donor database; maintain financial records of the NDHS Education Fund Foundation; assist with Foundation marketing, solicitation, and recognition efforts; participate in Foundation-related committee and board meetings to plan Foundation goals and strategies; and assist with the planning and management of Notre Dame Bingo.

Eastridge has been employed by the City of Cape Girardeau’s Parks & Recreation Department for more than 16 years holding several positions, most recently Marketing Coordinator. She also has served as Recreation Program Specialist with the City of Franklin Parks in Franklin, Tennessee, and worked at the Southeast Missourian in the sports department with semoball.com.

Upon graduating from NDHS, Eastridge completed a Bachelor of Science in sport management with a minor in business administration and Master of Public Administration, both from Southeast Missouri State University. Eastridge is the daughter of Dinah, ’81, and Jerry Seabaugh.