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Join us for a special History at High Noon honoring Women’s Equality Day, with Danielle M. Carman, Esquire, Executive Director of the North Carolina Council for Women and Youth Involvement at the Department of Administration. She will share what the council does and how it is working to help women around our state!
Before becoming executive director of NCCFW&YI, Carman served as the deputy director of the NC Administrative Office of the Courts, where she led the Court Programs Division. Before that, she was the deputy director of the Southern Coalition for Social Justice (SCSJ), where she supported and promoted all programs through development, grants management, and office and financial administration. Prior to joining SCSJ, Carman functioned as the founding assistant director and general counsel of the statewide NC Office of Indigent Defense Services (IDS). During her time there, she supported the work of the IDS Commission and proved instrumental in reforming and improving North Carolina’s indigent defense system. For almost four years after law school graduation, Carman served as an assistant appellate defender in the NC Office of the Appellate Defender, where she represented indigent criminal defendants on direct appeal to the NC Court of Appeals and Supreme Court of North Carolina. Carman attended the University of North Carolina School of Law as a Chancellors Scholar and graduated with high honors in 1997. After graduating, she taught four semesters of legal research and writing to first-year law students as an adjunct professor at UNC Law.