Kristin Wingfeld, 00A, 05GB

Kudos to Kristin Wingfeld, 00A, 05GB, on being selected for the Louisville Business First Forty Under 40. Kristin is the Vice President for Fund for the Arts, and leads the education and outreach initiatives ranging from direct granting programs to partnerships with local school districts and arts providers. Read more.


Nance L. Schick, 95E

The UofL Alumni Association congratulates Nance L. Schick, 95E, on the publication of her first conflict resolution book, “DIY Conflict Resolution: Seven Choices and Five Actions of a Master.” Nance empowers readers to develop action plans using her proprietary Third Ear Conflict Resolution process. Check it out today!


Susan Herbert Peacock, 77E, 78GE

Extending congratulations today to Susan Herbert Peacock, 77E, 78GE, who became Vice President of Human Resources for the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. Susan oversees the company’s strategic human resources operations and works alongside the leadership team to develop strategies to enhance employee experience.

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Our Executive Director

Deborah Dietzler was named associate vice president for alumni relations and annual giving on July 10, 2014. She also serves as executive director of the UofL Alumni Association.

Considered a national leader in the field of alumni relations, Dietzler has been president of the Alumni Directors of the Southeastern Conference and also chaired the Council of Alumni Association Executives (CAAE) summer 2008 institute. She is a frequent presenter at conferences and has performed pro bono work for various community nonprofits.

Dietzler’s responsibilities include the creation of a modern alumni relations and annual giving operation equipped to face the challenges of the future. She also supports the university’s continued goal of becoming the state’s nationally recognized premier metropolitan research institution.

Dietzler holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Hofstra University, a master’s in marketing from Texas A&M, and is currently pursuing a doctorate in higher education management from the University of Georgia.