Anne Holzberlein, Vice President for Development: Executive Leadership at the University of Central Oklahoma

Anne Holzberlein
Vice President for Development/UCO Foundation Executive Director

aholzberlein@uco.edu

A trusted leader in the community with more than 20 years of nonprofit experience, Anne Holzberlein brings a wealth of knowledge and leadership to the UCO Foundation and the university's Office of Development. As both UCO's Vice President for Development and Executive Director of the Foundation, Anne is guiding the Foundation through an era of tremendous growth in support from alumni, friends and the community.

Prior to leading the university's development efforts, she was a member of the Foundation's Board of Trustees, serving as its president, secretary and the chair of several committees. She also worked for 16 years at The Kerr Foundation in Oklahoma City, directing the administration of grants and special events. She has additional nonprofit development experience at the Center for the American Indian.

Anne is also an active volunteer and philanthropist in the community. She is a charter member of the Edmond Women's Club and a member of several other organizations, including the Rotary Club of Edmond, Impact Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence. She served for five years on the Edmond Public School Board, with two of those years spent as board president. Additionally, Governor Brad Henry appointed her to the Advisory Board for the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.

She has also been involved with the Hope Center Guild Board, the American Cancer Society, Women in Leadership, the Edmond Educational Endowment, Leadership Oklahoma Class XIII, Bart Conner Educational Programs, Inc., Edmond Public Schools Strategic Action Team, City of Edmond Vision Team and the UCO Broadway Tonight Board.

Anne received both her bachelor's and master's degrees in Interior Design from UCO, and worked for ten years as a designer in the Oklahoma City area. She and her husband, Lynn, reside in Edmond and look forward to visits from their two children and six grandchildren.





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