NC Campus Compact
Staff & Leadership
While the staff listed below engage in the day-to-day work of the Compact, the Executive Board and Advisory Board also provide oversight to guide our work. Follow the links to the right to learn more.
Dr. Keyne serves as the primary administrator for the organization and the essential link to North Carolina Presidents and Chancellors and the national network. Prior to joining NC Campus Compact in 2006, Dr. Keyne served as Vice Provost for Concordia University, Portland, OR, and as program director at Concordia University in Seward, NE, and then at Concordia University, Portland, OR, mentoring and equipping students for fulltime church work.
Leslie Garvin, Associate Director
Leslie provides leadership to day-to-day activities and programs including coordinating conferences and trainings, overseeing grant initiatives such as the MLK Challenge and the Campus Election Engagement Project, and managing communications including the Digest e-newsletter and the website.
Chad Fogleman, Program Coordinator
Chad oversees the Compact’s Americorps*VISTA program. He also serves as a media relations contact, supports Compact fundraising efforts, and assists in planning conferences and member meetings.
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 also served as a Program Officer at UNC Chapel Hill’s Carolina Center for Public Service.
Chad can be reached at email@example.com or (336) 278-7197
René can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (336) 278-7154.
Carla supports VISTA members serving at host sites across North Carolina. She facilitates VISTA member communication and assists with program coordination and training development.
Prior to joining NC Campus Compact in 2013, Carla was an AmeriCorps VISTA Community Development Coordinator in Hazard, KY. Before her VISTA term, Carla worked for the Appalachia Service Project where she coordinated volunteer groups and home repair projects. As an undergraduate student at UNC-Greensboro, Carla worked with the Student Power Union to facilitate student involvement in their school governance.