IWU Alum reelected to foundation board: Marian Kurz

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Marian Kurz
Photo Kathy Kruger Wilson
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Kathy Kruger Wilson, a resident of Francesville, will continue to serve
as a member
of the Delta Delta Delta sorority foundation Board of Trustees. First
appointed to
the Foundation Board in 2004, Ms. Wilson holds the office of secretary
of the Executive Committee.

Ms. Wilson has pursued an active career in the in the area of research
and development. She is the co-author of Conducting a Successful
Development Services Program and was recognized for her leadership in
that field with the naming of a scholarship in her honor by the
Association of Professional Researchers Advancement-IN. Ms. Wilson
served as

Director of Research and Director of Development Services at Indiana
University. At the present she works for DonorSearch.net, a prospect
research firm. Ms. Wilson holds an associate degree from Ball State
University and received a Bachelor's degree from Indiana Wesleyan

Ms. Wilson is a member of the Association of Professional Researchers
for Advancement, the Association of Advancement Services Professionals
and the Autism Society of America. She is actively involved in the West
Central Autism Resource Team, a member of the School Accreditation team
and a member of the Rural Electric Community Fund Committee.

Now observing its twentieth year of operation, the Foundation funds
sorority programming, undergraduate and graduate scholarships and
emergency assistance to collegiate and alumni in financial crisis.
Since its inception over $1.2 million in scholarship monies and more
than $1 million dollars to Tri Deltas with unexpected financial
hardships has been awarded to members. The Foundation is a 501 3 c

About Tri Delta
Founded in 1888, Tri Delta is a leader among social Greek organizations
through its passion for progress and visionary thinking. The
fraternity has a continuing partnership with St. Jude Children's
Research Hospital; Tri Delta collegians have raised several million
dollars to support the hospital. Other innovative programs include
Reflections, an award-winning body image acceptance program offered to
collegians and Kristen's Story which seeks to address the signs of
depression, acquaintance rape and suicide in college age persons through
experienced and well trained on-campus speakers and relevant materials.

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