Dr. Julie Pietroburgo
Dr. Julie Pietroburgo is an Associate Professor in the Department of Public Administration and Policy Analysis at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Dr. Pietroburgo received her Ph. D. from St. Louis University with a concentration in Organization Theory. The teaching interests of Dr. Pietroburgo include but not limited to MPA courses of Public Budgeting, Fundraising, Marketing, and Communications. She has research interests in the area of nonprofit organizations and has been awarded many external funded grants for organizations as well as internal programs at SIUE. She has presented at seminars and published numerous publications in the nonprofit organization area. Dr. Pietroburgo is very giving of her time when it comes to community service. She has served on numerous boards throughout the communities of Southern Illinois including Family Hospice, Girl Scouts Shagbark Council, and Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Southwestern Illinois. Her dedication to SIUE shines through with her service to many committees that she has served throughout the years. She was selected as one of the top fifty women leaders in the state to participate in Greater Missouri: Focus on Leadership Program in 1992. Dr. Pietroburgo's most recent publication is "Saving Fido: A Case in Government Services."