Who We Are
Nancy Dietz is a senior consultant at Coxe Curry & Associates with over thirty-five years of experience in the nonprofit sector. Since joining the firm in 2005, she has worked with a broad range of clients including the Atlanta Preservation Center, Atlanta Youth Academy, The Ben Franklin Academy, Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta, The Elaine Clark Center, Congregation Etz Chaim, Create Your Dreams, DeKalb Rape Crisis Center, Dentistry for the Developmentally Disabled Foundation, The Epstein School, Gwinnett Habitat for Humanity, The Howard School, International Community School, The Intown Academy, King’s Ridge Christian School, Leadership Georgia, Mary Hall Freedom House, Notre Dame Academy, Olmsted Linear Park Alliance, Pinecrest Academy, Public Education Foundation, Quality Care for Children, Special Olympics Georgia and Trees Atlanta.
Prior to joining Coxe Curry, Nancy served for a year as the Interim Director of the Atlanta Women’s Foundation. For the previous five years, she was Director of Development at The Paideia School.
Before moving to Atlanta in 1997, Nancy worked at Harvard University for 10 years as Director of External Relations at the Graduate School of Education, Director of Alumni Relations at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, and Associate Director and Student Coordinator at the Institute of Politics. Prior to that, she was a Lecturer and Coordinator of the Communications and Media Studies Program at Tufts University and Director of Legal Projects at Action for Children’s Television. She also taught elementary school and Head Start in Camden, New Jersey.
Nancy earned a B.A. in American Studies from Smith College and attended Syracuse University in the graduate department of anthropology.
An active community volunteer, Nancy has served in numerous elected and appointed positions over the years. In Atlanta, she has served on the board of Cool Girls, Inc., and is a member of United Way of Greater Atlanta’s Community Engagement Council.
Her husband, Bill Dietz, is the past director of the Division of Nutrition and Physical Activity at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. They have grown children and four grandsons.