Nancy M.K. Merritt has joined the University of Pittsburgh as vice chancellor for alumni relations, bringing 17 years of experience to her new role along with plans to develop programs to help alumni to engage with students, pursue educational and professional opportunities and enrich their personal and career networks.
She most recently was assistant vice president for alumni relations at Carnegie Mellon University and previously spent 13 years in alumni relations at Lehigh University, where she directed student, young alumni, outreach and reunion programs before going on to serve as the director of the Lehigh University Alumni Association. Merritt holds two degrees from Lehigh: a bachelor of arts in journalism and communications and a master’s in political science.
Read more about Merritt in this Pitt Alumni Association post.