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“Working at the Libraries has given me a very flexible schedule where I can balance a part-time job and save up money as a college student, while also focusing on school. This role has also shown me how important it is to support the needs of the NC State community because a supportive and healthy environment helps students to learn and grow.”

Binita Thapa '22

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Jeremy Allen

Executive Director of Development

Jeremy leads the Development team and works with the Senior Vice Provost and Director of Libraries to engage top supporters, including Board members and endowment-level donors. His development career spans four universities, and he holds a BA from Elon University, and an MA from University of North Carolina, Greensboro. As a Raleigh native and a student of history, he grew up browsing the stacks of D.H. Hill, Jr. Library.

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Tim Edelen

Associate Director of Development

Tim is a member of the NC State University Libraries development team, where he works to find funding to support the Libraries' initiatives and priorities. Tim's development career started at UNC-CH, working for the School of Law and, most recently, the UNC-CH University Libraries. He holds a B.S. and MPA from North Carolina and an Ed.D from Gardner Webb University. Tim is a native of Raleigh and happy to serve a Library that supports the community he calls home.

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Allison Hughes

Program Coordinator

Allison is a graduate of Virginia Tech and NC State University, receiving a BA in History and a MA in Public History. Before her role at the NC State University Libraries, she worked in museum programming and administration at historic sites and the Museum of Life and Science.