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Meet the Current and Past BC Fellows Cohort

Current and Past Cohort

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Corey Pilson, T'20

Getting to work directly with Duke students was a key factor in Corey Pilson (T’20) accepting a BC Fellowship in December 2020. After being an engaged student leader and working in various Identity and Cultural Centers, Pilson’s familiarity with campus culture gave him a solid foundation on which to build his outreach to students.


Bailey Bogle, T'20

Bailey Bogle (she/her) works as a Balthrop-Cassidy Fellow in the Dean of Students office, where she focuses on educating students on healthy relationships and contributing to Duke’s sexual misconduct prevention efforts. She is passionate about creating positive cultural change on campus by helping students develop relationship skills like boundary-setting and healthy communication. She’s been in this role since January, 2021, after obtaining a B.A. in 2020 from Duke with a major in English and minor in philosophy. 

In her free time, Bailey enjoys running, making ice cream, and spending time with her rescue dog and cat. She also likes reading literary fiction and watching horror movies.