Michelle Loveys Dozier

Michelle Loveys Dozier, J.D.

Deputy Director

Grant Administraor


Domestic Violence Advocacy

Michelle Loveys Dozier serves as our Deputy Director and Grant Administrator. She is a committed nonprofit advocate with over 25-years of experience in North Carolina and New England. Michelle’s early career focused on access to healthcare and education through community engagement. Called to elevate the voices of those often unheard, Michelle enrolled in law school to refocus on bridging the justice gap in rural communities.

Michelle graduated from the University of New Hampshire's Franklin Pierce School of Law in 2018, where she earned a certificate in health law and policy, and received experiential training in public interest initiatives and trauma-informed service delivery. While attending law school, Michelle served as a student attorney for the Criminal Practice Clinic, a legal intern for New Hampshire Legal Assistance, and a Justice of the Peace for the State of New Hampshire.

Michelle now calls Eastern North Carolina her home and is dedicated to utilizing her knowledge and skills to develop new programs in service to our community.

Degrees

University of New Hampshire, Franklin Pierce School of Law, Juris Doctor, Certificate in Health Law and Policy

New Hampshire College, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Concentration in Communications