Dilia Loe

Arizona Associate Faculty Member


Program: 2006 Arizona Fellowship


Dilia Loe is an activist and seasoned non-profit professional with extensive experience in progressive environments.  Skilled in resource development, she has a proven track record in organizational development, program evaluation, strategic planning, fund development and public relations.  She is most recognized by her peers for her expertise in working with diverse staff and volunteer groups in long and short-term goal setting and execution. 


Currently working as an Organizational Development Consultant, she has served in such capacities as Chief Administrative Officer of Tobacco Education and Prevention Programs for the Arizona Department of Health Services, Adjunct Faculty for the Department of Social Work at Arizona State University, Executive Director of the Arizona Human Rights Fund and Deputy Director for Programs and Operations of the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation. 


Additionally, much of Ms. Loe’s time has been serving in senior volunteer positions that have included Board President of the Arizona Advocacy Network, Chair of the Prevention Committee for the Arizona Comprehensive Cancer Coalition, and Health Committee Member of the City of Dallas Health & Human Service Commission.


With a Masters of Theological Study from Emory University and a Bachelor of Arts History from the University of Texas, Ms. Loe is also a graduate of the Leadership Broward Civic Leadership Program, the Arizona State University WP Carey School of Business Accelerated Leadership Program, the Colorado Center for Creative Leadership Executive Leadership Program, and the Group Facilitation and Strategic Planning Institute of Cultural Affairs.


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Meet the Other Arizona Faculty Members:


The Honorable John Loredo
Dilia Loe
Kyrsten Sinema

and the Honorable Virginia L. Yrun



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