Jeanette Doran is a graduate of Auburn University and Campbell University’s School of Law, where she earned her law degree with honors and served as research editor of the Campbell Law Review. After graduating from law school and completing a federal clerkship, Jeanette worked in the Office of the Federal Public Defender in Raleigh and at the Institute of Government at UNC-Chapel Hill. She was a 2006 recipient of the E. A. Morris Fellowship for Emerging Leaders. In 2012, Jeanette was appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives to the Rules Review Commission. An active member of the North Carolina Bar Association, she was elected to the council for the Constitutional Rights and Responsibilities Section in 2012 and continues to serve on the Appellate Rules Committee. She is admitted to practice before various federal district courts, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, and the United States Supreme Court. She currently serves as Executive Director and General Counsel at NCICL where her responsibilities include work on all phases of trial and appellate litigation.
Tyler Younts is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Campbell University School of Law. After receiving his bachelor’s degree in political science from UNC Chapel Hill, Tyler spent a legislative session working as an intern in the North Carolina State Senate. Following this work in state government, Tyler attended the Campbell University School of Law, where he earned two Book Awards for the highest class grade for First Amendment Law and State & Local Government Law. Since becoming admitted to the North Carolina Bar, Tyler has worked on a variety of matters including First Amendment claims and economic liberties issues. He currently serves as a staff attorney at NCICL. Tyler is happily married to his wife Meagan.
Dana Buck is the office manager for NCICL. She has a bachelor’s degree from Appalachian State University. Previously, she was the office manager for an area veterinary hospital. Prior to joining NCICL, she was an account executive for multiple non-profit trade associations representing various industries around the country. She was an executive assistant to a Vice President for The Kellen Company, one of the largest association management companies in the world with offices across the US, Europe and Asia. Prior to her association management career, Dana was an interior designer in the commercial photography industry. She lives in Apex with her husband and son.