Associate Dean, Alumni & DevelopmentPhone: 919-613-7217
Kate Buchanan leads the Duke Law School Alumni and Development Office, which manages the school’s alumni relations and fundraising programs. These programs include major and principal gift fundraising; annual giving; alumni relations; stewardship; and advancement services. She also oversees the Law School’s portion of Duke University’s $3.25 billion Duke Forward Campaign, a seven-year campaign that began in 2010 and will conclude in 2017. The Alumni and Development Office has raised over $100 million in support of the Law School during the campaign.
Assistant Dean for Alumni & Development and Senior Lecturing FellowPhone: 919-613-7175
Geoff Krouse, A.B. ’93, J.D. ’97 is Assistant Dean for Alumni & Development and a Senior Lecturing Fellow at Duke Law School. As Assistant Dean, Geoff manages the Major Gifts and Annual Giving teams, drives critical strategic fundraising initiatives, and serves as Regional Director in key alumni markets like New York. Geoff has practiced law for almost 20 years in the areas of corporate finance, private equity, and mergers & acquisitions, and remains Of Counsel at Smith Anderson in Raleigh, where he had been a Partner.
Janse Haywood was a member of the Law School’s Dean’s Office Staff for over 37 years. She served in a myriad of capacities including as assistant to the current and four former Deans. She has served on the staff of the Duke Law Magazine since its creation in the 1980s, and is currently the editor of alumni notes for both print and web. In the Alumni & Development Office she works on various special projects.
Regional and Major Gifts and Annual Giving
Sandra Good joined the Duke Law development staff in May 2012. A 2001 Duke Law graduate, she has legal experience in both in private practice and state government, including a stint as a staff attorney at the North Carolina State Legislature. Her travel responsibilities include California, Washington and Oregon as well as the state of North Carolina.
Halley Bogart joined the Law School in February 2013 and acts as Regional Director, traveling to the mid-Atlantic region and Chicago. In her travels, Halley meets with alumni and friends to cultivate philanthropic engagement with a focus on major and planned gifts. Halley has been at Duke since 2010, first with Duke Health Development & Alumni Affairs and then at the Law School as the reunion giving officer. She has a B.A. with distinction from the University of Virginia and is involved locally as a board member and volunteer with several nonprofits.
Development and Research CoordinatorPhone: 919-613-8504
As Development and Research Coordinator, Sally’s primary areas of focus include identifying high capacity Duke Law School alumni, including researching and analyzing their history and alerting gift officers accordingly; reviewing lists of current parents for those with high capacity; analyzing news stories, press releases and contact reports referencing Duke Law School alumni; assisting gift officers with moves and solicitations; providing monthly/quarterly snapshots of gift officer progress towards goals; and ensuring that all gift officer activity is correctly reflected in DADD and Tableau. Sally joined the Law School in March of 2011.
Assistant Director of Annual Giving, Young AlumniPhone: 919-613-7010
Kate joined the Law School in January 2014 and acts as the Assistant Director of Annual Giving, Young Alumni. She is responsible for managing several annual giving programs, concentrating on students and young alumni. Those programs include the Class Gift, Class Agent, Law Firm Challenge, and Blueprint Benefactors. In addition, Kate is responsible for managing the 5th and 10th year classes during their Reunion cycle. Through these programs, Kate works with volunteers and staff to ensure high participation and campaign success.
Assistant Director of Annual Giving, ReunionPhone: 919-613-7150
As the Assistant Director of Annual Giving, Reunion, Lauren is responsible for the Reunion giving program. She will directly manage the Reunion committees for the 15th-60th reunions as well as work with committee leadership to promote attendance and class gift support. Lauren joined the Law School in July 2016. She is a 2000 graduate of Duke University (B.A. Sociology, B.A. History) and was a four-year letter winner for the Women’s Basketball team.
Alumni and Constituent Programs
Director of Alumni and Constituent ProgramsPhone: 919-613-7214
As the Director of Alumni and Constituent Programs, Anna connects alumni, students, faculty, and friends with one another and with Duke Law School. An experienced attorney, Anna develops programs that offer intellectual, professional, and social enrichment to all members of the Duke Law community.
Brad Mallard has been director of advancement services for Duke Law School since May 2014. In this role, he is responsible for the strategic planning and management of the school’s internal advancement systems, which includes stewardship operations, prospect management and database integrity, general operations management, and campaign reporting.
As the Development Services Coordinator, Sondra initiates accounting documents (journal entries, check requests, purchase orders, employee reimbursement forms, etc.) in accordance with GAP and clears all procurement card charges through the WORKS systems for the Office of Alumni & Development. She also serves as the primary liaison with the Duke Office of Alumni and Development Records and processes all incoming gifts, pledges, and pledge payments sent to the Law School by donors in accordance with Gift Handling Guidelines.
Advancement Services AssistantPhone: 919-613-8534
Tamie is the Advancement Services Assistant. Tamie offers support to the director of advancement services as well as the advancement team. While her main focus is managing the database and data related projects and offering backup support for the office, she is also responsible for managing the on-line donor files, major mailings, and a variety of other projects that support the overall mission of the team.
As the Sr. Administrator of Donor Relations, Janet is responsible for managing the Law School’s comprehensive Donor Relations program. This includes reporting on major endowed funds such as scholarship and professorships, acknowledging all gifts to the Law School, stewarding named scholars and donors, and managing yearly events such as the Scholarship & Fellowship Luncheon and the spring Thank-a-Thon. She also prepares custom stewardship projects and works with our donors throughout the year. Janet received her B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley and an M.F.A. in creative writing from North Carolina State University. She joined the Law School in 2007.