Ms. Dietze is Chief Investment Officer of the Investment Office of Brown University where she is responsible for managing the University’s endowment and other assets totalling over $7 billion. Ms. Dietze began her career at Goldman, Sachs & Co. as a Mergers & Acquisitions analyst after receiving her B.A. cum laude from Princeton University. Following Goldman, Ms. Dietze studied political philosophy at the University of Cape Town and later received her M.A. in International Economics and Russian Studies from The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. Following graduate school, Ms Dietze spent several years working on privatization projects in Russia, and later investing in Albania, Macedonia and Turkey, as an Investment Officer at the International Finance Corporation, the private investment arm of the World Bank. Ms Dietze left the World Bank to found and lead a start-up software business. Upon the acquisition of that business, Ms. Dietze became a General Partner in two venture capital funds, first at Columbia Capital, an IT and communications focused private equity fund, where she was a member of the Investment Committees and held board roles in over a dozen companies, and later at Nextpoint Partners, an early-stage, technology focused fund. Following Nextpoint, Ms. Dietze joined Fortress Investment Group as a Managing Director in the Credit Funds group. From Fortress, Ms. Dietze transitioned to the endowment world where she became the Director of Private Equity at Bowdoin College. She serves on the Investment Committees of the National Geographic Society and Moses Brown School, and is a member of the Board of Directors of Galaxy Digital and Fortress Investment Group.