» Amy Rogan-Mehta, Esq.

Vice President of University Advancement


Amy Rogan-Mehta is the Vice President of University Advancement at Chapman University. In her role, Amy oversees the areas of advancement operations and systems, donor relations, and special events, as well as career services and the Hilbert Museum of California Art. As a member of the University Advancement Executive Office, Amy collaborates with the Executive Vice President and Chief Advancement Officer on strategic planning and initiatives for the division.

Before joining University Advancement, Amy served as Associate Dean for Administration at Chapman’s Fowler School of Law, where she supervised the entire administration, including the areas of career services, operations, admissions, marketing, events, and student affairs. During her time there, the Fowler School of Law matriculated the strongest and most diverse classes in the history of the school, while also setting back-to-back records in graduate employment. In addition, Amy led efforts to build a culture of engagement and volunteerism throughout the Fowler School of Law—especially through the creation of the Center for Student Engagement—and adopted best practices for recruiting a more diverse staff and administration.

Prior to joining Chapman, Amy served as Associate Dean for Student Development at Marquette University Law School. Amy is a licensed attorney and previously practiced at the Milwaukee firm of Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren s.c., where she was a member of the corporate law team. Earlier in her career, Amy worked as a social worker and therapist in a variety of health care and social service organizations in the Midwest. She has remained an advocate for those experiencing mental illness, serving on the board of directors of health care and community mental health organizations. 

Amy holds a Bachelor of Science in social work, cum laude, from Saint Catherine University, a Master of Science in social work from Columbia University, and a JD from Marquette University Law School, where she graduated first in her class.


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Vice President of University Advancement Amy Rogan-Mehta, Esq.