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Denita Strietelmeier is a project manager in the Edward Maletis Dean's office at the University of Oregon's Lundquist College of Business. Her projects focus on managing curriculum reviews, improving and creating assurance of learning measurement and assessment, online education development, creating governance structures to support various teams of instructors, and general data governance.

Previously, she worked at the Ohio State University's Fisher College of Business, first as the Operational Excellence program coordinator for the executive education department, then as program manager for The Risk Institute where she facilitated the new center's strategic planning and operational coordination of projects, research, board member engagement, marketing, and events. Strietelmeier spent ten years prior to that at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management assisting Professor Daniel Diermeier (now Chancellor of Vanderbilt University) as manager of the Ford Motor Company Center for Business, Government and Society—assisting with his research, writing, and case development on the subject of crisis and reputation management.