Senior Program Coordinator

Maggie Elliott is a senior program coordinator in the Office for Faculty Advancement. She assists in the direct planning, coordination, budgeting and execution of a variety of programmatic activities and communications. Additionally, she acts as a liaison with internal and external constituents across the institution to further faculty and leadership development activities. She is passionate about how the values of diversity, equity and inclusion interact with social structures in both the workplace and overall community.

Prior to joining the Office for Faculty Advancement, Maggie worked for the Office of Research aiding in the development and implementation of office communication, support for program activities, tracking of event and office expenses, maintenance of program budgets and administrative assistance to leadership.

She received her B.A. in 2009 for history and political science at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Maggie’s hobbies include cooking, watching anime and hiking.

Focus Areas: Newsletter, Website, Faculty Advancement and Success (FAS) Workshop Series, Leading an Academic Unit at Duke (LAUD) Workshop Series, New Faculty Orientation, Newly Tenured Faculty Celebration and Leadership Retreat, Moving Your Unit Forward Following the Duke Climate Survey
Pronouns: she/her/hers