Callie Dietz became the State Court Administrator of the Washington State Administrative Office of the Courts in October 2012 after serving as Interim State Court Administrator for three months. Prior to that she retired from the Alabama Administrative Office of the Courts, where she was the first woman to serve as the Administrative Director of Courts. Ms. Dietz retired with 32 years experience in state government having served as Director of the Alabama Judicial College and Family Court Divisions; Assistant Director of the Alabama Judicial College and Municipal Court Divisions; and State Coordinator of the Court Referral Program and was employed with the Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation. Ms. Dietz has over 38 years experience in the field of addictions treatment, prevention, and education at the local, state and national levels and worked with a number of agencies dealing with substance abusers and domestic violence. She is a member of NASJE and NACM. She was President (two terms) of the Alabama School of Alcohol and Drug Studies Board of Directors; Volunteer, United Way of Montgomery; Vice-Chair, Steering Committee of the State Combined Health Charities Campaign. Honors: the C.C. “Bo” Torbert Award; “Local Hero Award,” which enabled her to carry the Olympic Torch in 1996; District 9 State Employee Public Service Award; Presidents Award from the Alabama Association of Community Corrections; and the Carl Nowell Leadership Award. Bachelor of Arts, Jacksonville State University. Master of Public Administration, Auburn University. She is married to Don and they have two children, Seth and Lindsay and two grandsons, Aiden and Isaac.