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Diane Caudill

Diane Caudill

Assistant Professor - Business Administration

(606) 474-3231 School of Business

Meet Diane

Mrs. Caudill grew up in Louisville, Kentucky. With the spiritual guidance and love of her husband and her mother in law she became a Christian at the age of 21. She loves watching people grow in their relationship with and love for Christ. She also loves early morning coffee on her front porch, outdoor anything, and travel, travel, travel. She has been married to her husband Don for 40 years—who’s counting anyway?

What’s Important to me?

Most important to me is my ongoing relationship with Christ. I know my source of strength in whatever I must face comes from Him—my favorite scripture bears this out, Philippians 4:13—“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me”.

My family is very important to me as well. I enjoy being with my husband of 40 years, three grown children, their spouses, and my six precious grandchildren. They show me unconditional love, and I hope I do the same in return. We aren’t a perfect family; but, we are a forgiving one.

Church is extremely important to me. I am a long time member of the First Church of Christ in Grayson, and I love working in the church as a way to serve my Lord and my family of fellow believers. I have worked in all areas of the church—new borns to seniors; fellowship; VBS; Sunday school; ladies Bible study, choir, and wherever I feel I can be a help to the church. Working in the church and through the church is a lifelong love of mine. I am a firm believer in Seeking God first, Studying God’s word, and Serving Him out of love—servant hood is a strong passion of mine.


I have worked in the field of education my entire career. I began my teaching career in the Carter County school district where I worked for 2 ½ years ; I then took a 4 year sabbatical from teaching to stay home with my then two young children. I began working for KCU in 1980 and currently have 34 years of teaching experience here at the university.


  • MBEd Morehead State University
  • B.S. in Business Education Morehead State University
  • Continued Studies (Computer Science) Marshall University


Prepared for the World

“Whether I continue working in Learning and Development, Organizational Effectiveness or choose another route altogether, my Humanities degree prepared me for the world, because it prepared me for deeply engaging with people, meeting them where they are and understanding their needs across all levels.”

Lindsey (Leach) Simpkins, Class of 2005


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