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Assistant Dean, Career & Professional Development Center
Adjunct Faculty, Externship Program
Kala Taylor is the Assistant Dean of Career & Professional Development and is adjunct faculty, overseeing Campbell Law’s Externship Program. Taylor boasts nearly 10 years of career and professional development experience, including performing in variety of capacities at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) and Wake Forest University School of Law. She is also a highly sought after inspirational and motivational keynote speaker on the topics of purpose, meaningful work and the value of work. A Gallup-certified strengths coach, Taylor spends considerable time facilitating team building workshops around the StrengthsFinder assessment for a variety of organizations and serves as a purpose coach for individuals managing career transitions.
A scholar of the intersection between confidence, hope, purpose and the world of work, her strength-based research at UNCG gained national attention as a 2015 Member’s Choice Award finalist with the National Association for Colleges and Employers. In November 2015 she presented on the topic at the National Symposium for Student Retention in Orlando, Florida.
Prior to UNCG, Taylor held several positions at Wake Forest University School of Law, serving as an assistant director of career services and associate director of the office of career and professional development. She was also a certified internal diversity trainer for the university.
Taylor has presented at several conferences, both regionally and nationally on topics such as strengths-based education, coaching individuals towards meaningful work, and the effective collaborative and strengths-based approach between academic affairs and student affairs in student development.
A native of Yanceyville, N.C., Taylor earned a B.A. in sociology from Wake Forest University prior to obtaining both a B.A. in Civil Law and a J.D. from Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center. Following law school she practiced at a N.C. regional real estate law firm. She is a member of the North Carolina State Bar, the National Association of Legal Career Professionals (NALP) and the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).
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Associate Director, Career & Professional Development Center
Niya Fonville joined Campbell Law on Nov. 1, 2018. She brings more than a decade of legal practice experience as an attorney for Legal Aid of North Carolina to this position. In her role as supervising and staff attorney, she helped some of our state’s most vulnerable citizens at times of greatest need.
In addition to her professional duties at Legal Aid, Fonville has volunteered as a mentor with numerous law schools for the past five years in helping to prepare students for their careers and serving their community.
Fonville, a native of New Bern, graduated summa cum laude from Salem College and is a cum laude graduate of the University of Miami School of Law. An avid reader, she has committed much of her time to ensure all children within our community have the opportunity to read and foster a love of books. She volunteers weekly with Read and Feed and hopes to one day operate her own Book Mobile.
Fonville is also a member of the Wake County Bar Association’s Public Service and Bar Awards Silent Auction Committees, the Capital City Lawyers Association, the North Carolina Association of Black Lawyers, and the North Carolina Bar Association’s Minorities in the Profession (Co-Chair) and Pro Bono committees.
Recruiting Coordinator & Office Manager
Sherry McLamb joined Campbell Law’s Career & Professional Development Center on July 19, 2017. Prior to joining Campbell Law, McLamb enjoyed a lengthy career assisting various government, financial, and educational organizations with management, marketing and outreach initiatives. For several years, she served as the Director of Career Services and Employer Relations with the Raleigh campus of Miller-Motte College, where McLamb and her Career Services team achieved an 85% placement rate of graduates within their first six months after graduation. She established community empowerment partnerships and managed internship relationships with community leaders and employers. McLamb also served on the Advisory Board, Disciplinary Appeals, Event Planning and Social Media Committees.
A native of Four Oaks, N.C., McLamb earned her B.S. in education from NC State University, where she graduated with high honors. While at NC State, McLamb served as a high school teaching volunteer for Junior Achievement USA, a national non-profit organization with the goal of inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy.
McLamb actively supports several volunteer organizations including SPCA of Wake County, Samaritan’s Purse, Dress for Success/Triangle, Rise Against Hunger and the Make-a-Wish Foundation.
Grace Roede joined Campbell Law School as the Director of the Career and Professional Development Center on Aug. 5, 2019. She has more than a decade of experience with the legal services sector.
For the past five years, she led recruitment and hiring across the Carolinas for global business law firm K&L Gates. In her role as a human resources business partner, she also provided management with strategic HR advisory and support and implemented mentoring and professional and career development firm-wide initiatives.
Prior to her employment at K&L Gates, Roede hel a couple of positions in Katten Muchin Rosenman’s Chicago office. She served as the Attorney Recruiting Manager, overseeing the law student hiring process, summer associate program and managin lateral recruiting. Before that role, she was the firm’s Partner Recruiting and Integration Coordinator.
A native of Wilkesboro, North Carolina, Roede is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and resides in Raleigh. Roede is a member of the Triangle Association of Legal Recruitment Administrators (TALRA) and the National Association for Law Placement (NALP).