NC Campus Compact
Staff & Leadership
While the staff listed below engage in the day-to-day work of the Compact, the Executive Board provides oversight to guide our work. Follow the link to the right to learn more.
Leslie Garvin, Executive Director
On January 1, 2015, Garvin assumed the role as the Compact’s third executive director. She serves as the liaison to the Executive Board, develops and leads member institution recruitment and retention strategies, builds strategic partnerships to develop and expand higher education civic engagement, and oversees day-to-day operations. She serves on the Mission Achieving Committee of national Campus Compact.
Garvin joined the Compact as Associate Director in 2005, where she managed many of the network's key programs. She served as Program Director on three AmeriCorps grants that engaged over one thousand college students in community service; and she managed a 3-year grant to support MLK Day of Service activities on 180 campuses across the Southeast. She acted as lead coordinator for the Compact’s three major civic engagement conferences and bi-annual network meetings, which together attract nearly 700 participants each year. She is a member of the Board of Directors of the United Way of Greater High Point. Garvin was named a 2016 White-Riley-Peterson Policy Fellow to study afterschool/expanded learning policy and develop and implement state-level policy projects in partnership with the North Carolina Center for Afterschool Programs (NCCAP) and the national Afterschool Alliance.
Learn more here.
Chad Fogleman, Assistant Director
Chad oversees the Compact's communications efforts and coordinates network events and professional development, awards, and the Campus Election Engagement Project. He also assists in organizational and fund development.
Prior to joining NC Campus Compact in 2012, Chad worked at Brown University’s Education Alliance, conducting educational policy and practice research related to the academic success of diverse K-12 learners. He was a program officer at UNC Chapel Hill’s Carolina Center for Public Service, where he helped establish what is now the Buckley Public Service Scholars Program. He taught middle and high school English at an independent school in Raleigh, and he spent a year living and teaching in Japan as part of the Japan Exchange & Teaching Program.
Chad can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (336) 278-7197.
René Summers, Program Assistant
René can be reached at email@example.com or (336) 278-7154.
VISTA Program Coordinator - VACANT
For questions about the VISTA program (not the position), please contact Chad Fogleman.