2022-2023 NCACE Executive Board

PRESIDENT

Jane Matthews, she/her/hers

Meredith College

PRESIDENT- ELECT

The president-elect learns alongside the current president in preparing for the year ahead while contributing to matters pertinent to the executive board. 

Kathleen Fenner, she/her/hers
NCSU - College of Design


PAST-PRESIDENT

Christy Curts, she/her/hers
Central Piedmont Community College

SECRETARY

Deanna Knighton, she/her/her
Duke University - Nicholas School of the Environment

TREASURER

Dana Hutchens, she/her/hers
Wake Forest University

REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVES

Regional Representatives are members of NCACE’s executive board and assigned to one of three regions: Eastern, Central and Western. Regional Representatives serve as experts and liaisons to their region to assist in membership recruitment, providing resources for the region, and weighing in on executive team decisions.

CENTRAL REPRESENTATIVES

Cierra Wilson, she/her/hers
Blue Cross NC

Michael Clinton, he/him/his
Center for Creative Leadership

EASTERN REPRESENTATIVES

Lee Brown, he/him/his
Cunanan Center for Professional Success
College of Business,
East Carolina University


Angie Walston, she/her/hers
Barton College

WESTERN REPRESENTATIVES

Marcus Sanderlin, he/him/his
Wake Forest University

Candice McPhatter
Amazon


NCACE Executive Committees

CONFERENCE CO-CHAIRS

Facilitate the coordination of the annual conference; provide leadership and support to the committee of volunteers planning the conference.

Cate Marshall, she/her/hers
UNC Asheville

Geralyn Mitchell, she/her/hers
Appalachian State University

DIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUSION

The DEI Committee works to integrate best practices for diversity, equity, and inclusion into all facets of the association.

Sarah Wild, she/her/hers
HCL Technologies

Milena Offredo, she/her/hers
Verizon

Keyara Stevenson, she/her/hers
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University

HISTORIAN

The Historian is responsible for acquiring, storing, and archiving the records of the Association.

Courtney Mulveney, they/she
NC State University

LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE

NCACE values developing the “next generation” of leaders in the state. The Leadership Institute was created to provide a jump start to those seeking the next step in their careers.

Lori Sykes, she/her/hers
Wake Forest University

Allison Doherty, she/her//hers
Elon University

Amy Bull
Wake Forest University

Courtney Sullivan, she/her/hers
Duke University - Nicholas School of the Environment

MEMBERSHIP

Meredith Oakley, she/her/hers
East Carolina University

Ashley Turner
Belk

Sue Brien
Duke University

MENTOR PROGRAM

The Mentor Program Co-Chairs are responsible for managing the NCACE Mentor Program including recruitment, facilitation, and evaluation of the program each year. The program runs May-May and is open to all NCACE members.

Jenny Johnson, she/her/hers
Duke University

Lori Brasile, she/her/hers
UNC-Charlotte

NEWSLETTER

Leslie Rand Pickett, she/her/hers
NC State University

PHILANTHROPY

The goal of this executive committee position is to organize and facilitate philanthropic activities for the members of NCACE throughout the year. 

Katie Wohlman, she/her/hers
Lenoir-Rhyne University

Sara Concini, she/her/hers
NC State University

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Provide NCACE Executive Board with consultation, resources, and support regarding professional development opportunities relevant to the organization's constituents.

Dr. Nadia Korobova, she/her/hers
Duke University

Katie Freedman, she/her/hers
Queens University


SOCIAL MEDIA/MARKETING

The Social Media Co-Chairs are responsible for promotion of NCACE and its members through the use of our social media channels.

Travis Wright, he/him/his
Novant Health

Danielle Golinski, she/her/hers
Elon University

TECHNOLOGY/WEBSITE

The Technology Committee is responsible for managing NCACE technology assets which include the website, and internal executive board resources.

Christy Curts, she/her/hers
Central Piedmont Community College

Allison J. Binkley, she/her/hers

School of Government, MPA Program
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill




RESEARCH/POLICY

Creating the go to space and resources for research and policy relevant to the work and needs of NC colleges and employers.

Dr. Patrick Madsen, he/him/his
UNC-Charlotte

Catherine Allen, she/her/hers

Duke University

AWARDS

Dr. Patrick Madsen, he/him/his
UNC-Charlotte

Meredith Oakley, she/her/hers
East Carolina University

Dana Hutchens, she/her/hers
Wake Forest University


Christy Curts, she/her/hers
Central Piedmont Community College

OPERATIONS INSTITUTE

Patrick Madsen, he/him/his
UNC-Charlotte

Courtney Mulveney, they/she
NC State University

DIRECTOR'S SUMMIT

The summit brings together career center directors from across North Carolina to engage in dialogue around current topics in our field and share best practices.

Brooke Buffington, she/her/hers
Elon University


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