Welcoming 2020 | NCAJ Five Year Strategic Plan Approved

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December 17, 2019   |   Kim Crouch

On Dec. 16, your NCAJ Board of Governors approved a comprehensive strategic plan to guide the organization over the next five years.

I am grateful to the leadership for setting a course that will modernize and sustain this organization for the future. I want to thank the members of the Strategic Planning Committee for their commitment and dedication to the development of this plan and for their continued oversight of the plan in 2020. I also want to thank Mary Moss and Kim Glenn from moss + ross for their professional guidance and assistance in developing NCAJ’s strategic plan.

In early 2020, I will work with the NCAJ staff to begin addressing and implementing the plan’s action steps. With this strategic plan, NCAJ will be focused on mission, beliefs and goals that will allow this organization to continue protecting people, preventing injustice and promoting fairness.

Learn more about the NCAJ strategic plan for 2020-2025 and its highlights.

Thank you for your continued support of NCAJ.

About the Author

Kim Crouch

Executive Director

Kim Crouch

Executive Director

Kim Crouch served as executive director of NCAJ from 2017 to 2022. She brought to the job 15 years of experience in leading legislative advocacy and public affairs in both the public and private sector. As director of governmental affairs for the North Carolina Bar Association for nine years, Crouch led strategic legislative policy for the largest non-profit association for legal professionals in the state, where she honed her skills in coalition building, lobbying and stake-holder management. 

Before her time at NCBA, Crouch served as director of public affairs for the North Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. 

As executive director at NCAJ, Crouch managed the systems and staff of the organization with a constant focus on improving efficiency in order to provide excellent member service and support NCAJ’s mission to empower a strong community of trial lawyers across our state. She also served on the board of North Carolina’s Equal Access to Justice Commission, which works to expand access to the civil justice system for low-income people, and on the Chief Justice’s Commission on Professionalism.  

Crouch holds a bachelor’s degree in public policy and public relations from Syracuse University and juris doctor from the University of North Carolina School of Law.   

She and her husband, Edward, live in Cary with their two children, Cooper and Casey.