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Deb  Holt

Deb Holt (7K JPG)

Deb Holt is director of development for the College of Engineering's chemical engineering, civil and environmental engineering, engineering physics, and industrial engineering departments. While Holt is new to University of Wisconsin Foundation, she's a longtime resident of Madison. She moved to the city from Waunakee (the only Waunakee in the world), Wisconsin, the night she graduated from high school. While attending UW-Madison, she studied consumer science, but focused on her business courses.

Holt and her husband, a lieutenant on the Madison Fire Department, have two boys, ages 12 and 16. She and her family enjoy skiing and traveling, though Holt says she's always happy to return to Madison--especially the Memorial Union, one of her favorite campus locations. In addition to meeting friends on the Union Terrace, she usually walks along the lakeshore path from the Union to Picnic Point three or four times a week.

Holt is excited about her new position at UW Foundation, and says she's going to enjoy working with engineers--she's fascinated by how their work affects many facets of her life.

Contact Holt at deb.holt@uwfoundation.wisc.edu or phone 608/263-0779 to learn more about gift options in the Department of Engineering Physics.


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