5 Questions for Elizabeth Green

January 4, 2013Duke Law News

Elizabeth Green

As the Event Coordinator, Elizabeth is responsible for managing event requests for the Law School community and providing support in the executions of events. She also manages the room reservation system and calendar postings for all Law School related events. Elizabeth previously served as the Office Coordinator for Communications and Events.

1. Quick bio: Where is your hometown?

I grew up in Charlotte and went to school at UNC-Chapel Hill.

2. What brought you to Duke Law School?

After 10 years in communications and event planning, I stayed home with my young children for several years. I started with Duke Law in a part-time role and just recently accepted the position as Event Coordinator.

3. What do you do for fun outside of work?

I love spending time with my family – playing outside, challenging each other at various board games and reading to my children. I cherish date nights with my husband and nights out with my closest girlfriends.

4. What’s the most recent book you read, and what did you think?

At the recommendation of a co-worker, I just finished the Hunger Games series. The topic was disturbing, but the books were so well-written and engaging, I couldn’t help but read on.

5. What is your favorite Durham restaurant and why?

I live in Raleigh so I don’t often eat out in Durham. I have heard fabulous things though, and hope to explore some places the longer I am here, including the popular food trucks.

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