Director of Development Graduate School and University Libraries
Kim Klotzman is director of development for the Graduate School and Universities Libraries for Texas Tech University, where she is responsible for fundraising for the two academic areas.
Klotzman joined Texas Tech University in 2004 and has served as a development professional for the J.T. & Margaret Talkington College of Visual & Performing Arts and corporation and foundation relations. She was named director of corporation and foundation relations in 2011. In 2018 she was named director of development for the Graduate School and University Libraries at Texas Tech University.
Prior to joining Texas Tech, Klotzman worked in marketing as an advisory systems engineer with IBM. During her 16-year career with the company, she advised clients in the Lubbock, Midland, Austin, and Parsippany, New Jersey, marketing offices as well as the Executive Briefing Center in Madison, Wisconsin. Following her tenure with IBM, she worked in independent real estate sales and investment and taught K-12 education in Texas, California and Arizona.
Active in the community, Klotzman has served in a number of volunteer organizations including Junior League, American Cancer Society and a local children’s shelter and food bank. She currently serves as a Court Appointed Special Advocate and is on the steering committee for Lubbock Area United Way’s Women United. She is active in Texas Tech University’s Lauro Cavazos & Ophelia Powell-Malone Mentoring Program (MentorTech) and is faculty advisor for the university’s chapter of Alpha Delta Pi. She is also a graduate of Leadership Texas, the longest-running and most successful women’s leadership development program in the United States.
Klotzman received a Bachelor of Business Administration in marketing from Texas Tech University and a Masters of Educational Administration from Lubbock Christian University.