Rita Utz is a nonprofit professional specializing in institutional advancement. She has held roles with or acted as a consultant for a wide range of nonprofits, including museums, arts organizations, independent schools, colleges/universities, cultural centers, DEIJ organizations, and regional and global health organizations.
Rita found herself in advancement by way of her love for service, people, and the written word and approaches each opportunity with the intention of building long-lasting relationships that speak to the organization’s mission and serve the community. She is an active volunteer with a number of organizations, including the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities (VCIC). Rita holds a B.A. in Classics (Latin) with a concentration in Art History from the University of Dallas.