Durice White Galloway
Durice is a former Associate Vice President for Alumni Engagement and Annual Giving Strategies. She brings over a decade of experience working in University Advancement and higher education in roles supporting alumni engagement, annual giving, alumni communications and major giving. Previously, Durice served as the senior executive director of alumni engagement for the University of California – San Diego, where she led a team of 20+ professionals to provide programming, engagement and lifelong learning opportunities for the institution’s 200,000+ alumni base. Durice has also worked at Duke University as the interim associate dean of development and alumni relations for the Sanford School of Public Policy and in progressive roles within advancement at her alma mater, Elon University, in North Carolina. She received both her undergraduate and graduate degree from Elon University.
Durice has become a decorated professional, recognized for her professional accomplishments by her alma mater and our industry’s professional association, the Council for Advancement and Support of Education where she serves on the CASE Alumni Relations Commission.
A driving force in her work is her personal grounding in equity, diversity, and inclusion. She has devoted herself to ensuring that all members of an alumni community feel welcome, supported, and represented. To that end, she has been intentionally focused on establishing alumni networks that represent the populations she serves. Specifically, at Elon, she was the leading force behind the LGBTQIA Alumni Network and managed the Elon Black Association Network (EBAN), which would later honor her for her achievements as an exemplary representative of the Elon University community. At UC San Diego and Duke, Durice kicked off programming in empowering women leaders and advancing multiple cultural affinity networks.
Durice is married to her college sweetheart, VJ Galloway, and together they are raising their son, Camden.
Caroline Allum serves as a director for external relations at UC Berkeley (Cal) where she manages a wide variety of events and programs for development, alumni relations, and the Chancellor's office. She loves being able to use her event management skills to support her alma mater. Caroline's current portfolio includes Alumni and Parents Weekend at Homecoming and the campus-wide spring Commencement. She is passionate about mentoring early-career colleagues and students. Prior to this role, she served as the founding event coordinator for the Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing and an event assistant on the external relations team, but her "career" began as a student — planning events for the University of California Rally Committee.
Caroline graduated from UC Berkeley with a Bachelor of Arts in history. She has lived in the Bay Area for over 20 years, although she moved around frequently while growing up in an army family. She’s an avid fan of baseball, Cal football, and the reality TV show Survivor.
Crystal W. Boyce
Crystal W. Boyce serves as the director of alumni programs at North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University. Being a proud two-time alumna of North Carolina A&T, with a B.S. in Journalism & Mass Communication and M.S. in Adult Education, she takes great pride in the work that she does. In her current role she leads the programming team in executing programming for nearly 70,000 A&T alumni internationally. Additionally, she oversees the University’s alumni events including the Greatest Homecoming on Earth, reunion weekend, young alumni council and much more. Prior to this role, she served as the Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions at the University, leading the recruitment with enrolling record-breaking classes. Having worked with students at the beginning of their journey and now working with alumni of the university gives her a very unique insight into what people want.
Crystal is a native of Washington, D.C. and currently resides in Greensboro, NC. She loves the southern hospitality that North Carolina has to offer. She is married to Brenton J. Boyce, Esq. who is also an alumnus of NC A&T State University.
Lindsay Seminara serves as the associate director of lifelong learning at The Ohio State University Alumni Association. She feels privileged to be a in a role that allows her to create unique and memorable experiences for Ohio State alumni and friends. From serving as the advisor to Student-Alumni Council to overseeing Young Alumni Academy and planning lunch-and-learns for retirees, Lindsay loves that her role allows her to build relationships with alumni in all stages of life. As the association continues to grow and evolve, Lindsay is looking forward to taking on new responsibilities to help the organization attract and engage constituents through experiences that will lead to deeper connections with Ohio State.
Lindsay earned her undergraduate degree from Ohio State in Human Ecology and holds a Master’s degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs from Bowling Green State University. She resides in Columbus, Ohio with her husband and daughter. When not at work, Lindsay can be found exploring local parks with her family, quilting, or reading.
Tim Valentine manages NYC-based engagement at New York University including reunion and homecoming, alumni awards, signature events, and student and recent alumni programs. He has developed identity-based affinity clubs, the NYU Student Alumni Council, and redesigned Alumni and Parents Weekend with new expertise in virtual and hybrid event planning. Tim has been in higher education for 15 years with additional background in arts administration, professional theatre, living-learning communities, academic enhancement programs, and career services. Tim holds a Bachelor of Music Education from West Virginia University and a Master’s degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs from The Ohio State University.