Jennifer joins us as a seasoned Licensed Professional Counselor with over 11 years of clinical and project management expertise. Most recently, Jennifer was the Wellness Advisor at the National Institutes of Health, where she led collaborative programs to articulate a clear vision of psychological health and well-being.
Jennifer's holistic approach to wellness sits front and center in every facet of her work. As a Wellness Advisor at the National Institutes of Health, she designed and executed well-being plans for thousands, while leading a team of wellness advisors. From individual counseling to group advising, Jennifer thrives on igniting holistic growth. Her focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion shines through as she collaborates with campus stakeholders to build comprehensive strategies that foster a climate of belonging.
If you have the chance to connect with Jennifer, we’d recommend introducing her to your favorite corner of Durham or your hidden gem restaurant. Jennifer’s passion for exploration through food and travel will have its place in her new community. We are thrilled to welcome Jennifer to our team, where her vibrant spirit will certainly elevate the lives of those around her.
984-569-0592 / firstname.lastname@example.org / CAPS (3rd floor Wellness)
Amy Johndro (she/her) serves as the Gender Violence Intervention Coordinator at Duke. She is a licensed clinical social worker in North Carolina with over 22 years of experience as a case manager, therapist, and department manager. She became a social worker to help those who have experienced gender violence, and she is passionate about ensuring individuals have the support they need through evidence-based, culturally sensitive interventions. She holds a M.S.W. from Michigan State University and a B.S. in social work from Eastern Michigan University.
Amy and her partner moved to North Carolina in 2007. She finds peace in nature and is grateful for the Triangle’s ease of access to both the mountains and the ocean. She also has a soft spot for rescue animals and has two dogs and two cats at home. You can find Amy in the CAPS Office in the Wellness Center.
Adrienne Allison (OIE)
919-684-1437 / email@example.com
Adrienne Allison (she/her) works in the Office of Institutional Equity as the Deputy Title IX Coordinator, overseeing Duke’s policies and procedures relating to sexual misconduct and other forms of harassment and discrimination. In addition to this, she uses her legal training to serve as a compliance investigator for reports of discrimination or harassment involving Duke employees. Adrienne joined Duke in 2021, after working as a Title IX Coordinator at UNC-Chapel Hill and a Director at Disability Rights North Carolina. She holds a J.D. from UNC-Chapel Hill, where she also obtained her B.A. in women’s studies and English.
In her free time, Adrienne likes spending time with her husband, two children, and growing number of pets. She also enjoys reading fiction, escaping to the beach or mountains, and cheering at her daughters’ soccer games.
Cynthia Clinton is the Assistant Vice President of Harassment & Discrimination Prevention and Compliance, and Title IX Coordinator. She leads and implements strategic compliance initiatives, training, complaint handling and other efforts related to the Duke Policy on Prohibited Discrimination, Harassment and Related Misconduct and the Duke Policy on Consensual Romantic or Sexual Relationships. Cynthia provides education and training related to the policies and harassment and discrimination response training to staff, faculty and students. She also provides education around issues of diversity and inclusion. Additional services and areas of expertise include consulting with senior administrators, chairs, managers and supervisors on issues of possible harassment and discrimination, as well as promising practices designed to minimize the likelihood of such conduct. She has worked in the area of higher education employment discrimination and compliance for over twenty-five years.
Cynthia holds a B.A. from Spelman College and a J.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law.
919-684-7336 / firstname.lastname@example.org / 113 Student Wellness Building
Victoria Krebs (she/her) provides outreach and support for students who report or are accused of harassment, discrimination, or sexual misconduct. She’s been at Duke since 2015, and in 2020 she began working on adaptable resolution cases, which offer students the option to resolve cases of harassment or misconduct outside of the formal conduct process. She holds a J.D. from the University of Tennessee, a M.S. in education from the University of Rochester, and a B.A. in psychology from Vanderbilt University.
Outside of Duke, Victoria enjoys spending time with her family and pets. She also enjoys hiking, foraging for mushrooms, playing Mah Jongg, and rehabilitating wildlife such as baby squirrels and rabbits.
Corey Pilson (he/him) is one of two inaugural Balthrop-Cassidy Fellows in the Dean of Students office. in his current role, he educates students on healthy relationships with the ultimate goal of preventing instances of sexual assault on campus. He also works to give Duke students the tools to center wellness and respect in all of their relationships. Corey started in December of 2020, after obtaining his B.A. from Duke earlier that year with a major in political science.
Outside of the office, Corey enjoys photography, graphic design, and playing video games