Jeanne Curtin became a Development Officer for the College of Law in June 2013 and became Director of Development in January 2013. Before joining the law school's development team, she was a legal writing professor at Florida State. Prior to joining the legal writing faculty, she practiced at her own law firm, at Greenberg Traurig, P.A., and at Ard, Shirley & Hartman, P.A. She also served as a senior cabinet aide to the Secretary of State of Florida, focusing on land use and environmental issues. While in law school, Jeanne was a legal intern at the First District Court of Appeal. She also worked as the administrative editor of the Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law, and she served as vice president of Womens Law Symposium.
Jeanne’s involvement in the community is wide-ranging: she serves as a director and past chair of the American Red Cross Capital Area Chapter; is a graduate of Leadership Tallahassee Class XXII; is a member of the William H. Stafford American Inn of Court; and supported The FSU Foundation as chair of the Strategic Planning Committee of The Women for Florida State University. She was recognized by the Tallahassee Democrat in 2008 as one of 25 Women You Need to Know.