Born and raised in Rocky Mount, Mallory has a deep-rooted love for the Nash, Wilson, and Edgecombe community.
In the 1920s, Mallory’s great grandfather, Norman Chambliss Sr., spearheaded the group of Rocky Mount entrepreneurs who propelled the Nash/Edgecombe Rocky Mount Fair into a regional showcase of both agriculture and education. It would go on to invigorate the interest and energy of the community, breathing life into it annually.
During her time at North Carolina State University, Mallory discovered her passion for the law. This passion, combined with her sense of love and community, has driven her towards her calling to be of service to others. After working in various positions between undergrad and law school (fast food, grocery retail, and data entry), Mallory pursued her JD at Campbell Law School in 2015.
At Campbell Law, Mallory focused her energy on Restorative Justice and providing legal aid to those in need. As a result, Mallory was awarded the Clinical Legal Education Association (CLEA) Award for Excellence, honoring her contributions to the public good.
In her free time, Mallory enjoys spending time with her husband, Tyler, and their rescue dogs, Leia, Gucci, and Boozer. She loves water skiing, surfing, and all things involving the water. She is also a diehard Carolina Panthers fan, no matter what.
- North Carolina State University (2008-2013) French Language & Literature
- Campbell Law School (2015-2018) Juris Doctor
- Family Law
- Civil Defense