The Pro Bono Project announces 2016-2017 board members

The Pro Bono Project is pleased to announce the board  for the 2016-2017 school year. 

The new executives of the Pro Bono Project are as follows:
  • Executive Director | Sarah Saint
  • Director of Student Outreach | Meredith Pace
  • Director of Alumni and Firm Relations | Mark Huffman
  • Coordinator of New Student Recruitment | Kristin Smith
  • Coordinator of Student Organization Projects | Janice Johnson
  • Class and Career Coordinator | Mike Fleming
  • Communications Coordinators | Staci Coble and Jasmine Gregory
  • Project Development Coordinator | Steven Williams
  • Advance Directives Project Coordinator | Darryl Walton
  • Ban the Box Project Coordinator | Tenika Neely
  • Education Justice Project Coordinator | Kyleigh Feehs
  • Education Surrogacy Project Coordinator | Hillary Frame
  • Expungements Project Coordinators | Thomas Gaffney and Justin Reissman
  • Immigration Project Coordinators | Daniel Barrera and Katherine Haddock
  • Know Your Rights Project Coordinators | Stephanie Jackson
  • Lawyer on the Line Project Coordinator | Emily Jeske
  • Prison Letters Project Coordinator | Maya Brown
  • Reclaiming Futures Project Coordinator | Dominique Caldwell
  • Teen Court Project Coordinators | Katherine Ririe and Emily Scotton
  • Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Project Coordinator | Jenna Coogle
  • Wills Project Coordinator | Becca Daddino
  • Youth And Government Project Coordinator | Kaycee McFalls
The Pro Bono Projects feels that each applicant selected has shown outstanding commitment to pro bono and embodies the Wake Forest Pro Humanitate motto. The current Pro Bono Project Board looks forward to seeing all these students can offer in the coming year.

The Pro Bono Project has filled hundreds of placements with attorneys in non-profit organizations, private practice, and North Carolina’s legal services organizations.  The program is administered by a student executive board with the support and assistance of the law school administration and partnerships with local attorneys and legal services organizations.  The Pro Bono Project is the central point for all pro bono activities at the law school and maintains a database to keep track of student pro bono work.