Allen Chan first joined the Robertson Scholars Leadership Program in January 2010, where he worked in a consulting capacity to spearhead the 2010-2011 selection season. He brings with him over 20 years of leadership experience in entrepreneurial, educational, corporate, and consulting organizations, including Booz, Allen & Hamilton, where he conducted and led studies for large corporations in strategy, operations and business process re-design; Resource Mosaic, an Atlanta-based consulting, talent identification and staffing firm he co-founded in 2006; and the Notre Dame-based Hesburgh-Yusko Scholars Program, where he served as Executive Director.
Allen is very committed and involved in the community. He currently serves on the National Advisory Board of the Salvation Army, and he has also served on the boards of several other Atlanta-based organizations, including Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Foundation, Families First, and Imagine It! Children’s Museum of Atlanta. Allen received an MBA from Stanford University and a Bachelors of Science in Engineering from Texas A&M. He currently lives in Chapel Hill with his wife, Kathryn, and their three children.
Selection and Recruiting
Kay-Frances Brody joined the Robertson Scholars Leadership Program in March 2016. Prior to Robertson, Kay spent six years as an Admissions Team Lead at The Fuqua School of Business at Duke University where she led regional and international admissions teams. Her previous professional experiences included serving as Director of Development for the UNC Women’s Hospital and as Associate Director of Development at Durham Academy. Kay received her BA from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her JD from The Beasley School of Law at Temple University.
Kay has extensive experience as a community volunteer including serving as Chair of the Wake County Luncheon for the UNC Children’s Hospital, Philanthropy Liaison for National Charity League Cardinal Chapter, and member of the Triangle United Way Children’s Committee. In addition, Kay has three children and takes an active role in the PTAAs at their respective schools, previously serving as PTA President, New Parent Committee Chair, House Parent and Annual Fund Volunteer to name a few. She currently lives in Cary with her husband, Mike, and their children.
Scholar and Alumni Programs
Stephanie Keller joined the Robertson Scholars Leadership Program in September of 2013. Prior to joining the Robertson team, Stephanie attended the University of Virginia, where she majored in economics and was a captain of the University’s varsity swim team. After spending three years working for a financial consulting firm based out of New York and Washington, DC, she returned to UVA to pursue her passions within the field of higher education. She received her Masters of Education in Student Affairs Practices in May of 2013 and is excited to be back in her home state of North Carolina. In her free time, Stephanie enjoys photography, music, and entertaining for friends and family. She and her husband Tom also enjoy spoiling their Goldendoodle, Gus.
Academic Year Programming
Elaine became a member of the Robertson Scholars Leadership Program in November of 2012. She graduated from Stanford University in 2011 with a B.A. in Classics and a minor in art history. While at Stanford, Elaine was a captain of the women’s varsity swim team. She qualified for the 2008 US Olympic team in both the 100 and 200 meter butterfly, and went on to win a silver medal in Beijing. After spending a couple of years traveling the world as a professional swimmer, Elaine retired from the sport and moved to North Carolina where her husband, Colin, is an Orthopaedic Surgery resident at Duke University. She enjoys traveling, history, reading, sports, and spending time with her family and her Golden Retriever puppy, Luna.
Vicki Stocking joined the Robertson Scholars Leadership Program staff in September 2008 and currently serves as the Assistant Director for Summer Programs. Vicki Stocking attended Duke University as an undergraduate and received her PhD at Stanford University. She returned to Duke in 1990 to join the research division of the Talent Identification Program (TIP). After leading TIP Research for several years, Vicki has pursued her interest in supporting undergraduates, faculty, and community organizations through the Program in Education, the Kenan Institute for Ethics, and the Office of Service-Learning. Vicki also enjoys teaching and until recently taught “Adolescence” in Duke’s Psychology department.