Kristen Fetter was named the Assistant Director of Regulatory Affairs for the North Carolina Real Estate Commission in October 2023. Ms. Fetter graduated from North Carolina State University with degrees in Political Science and Spanish Language and Literature. She received her law degree from the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University in 2006.
Since graduating from law school, Kristen has spent the majority of her career working in the court system. Kristen was the Trial Court Administrator in Wake County for 3 years. She served as a criminal prosecutor for nearly 12 years and is licensed to practice law in North Carolina, Arizona, and Virginia. Kristen joined the Commission’s Regulatory Affairs staff in November 2021.
As the Assistant Director of Regulatory Affairs, Kristen’s duties involve prosecuting complaints before the Commission, conducting settlement negotiations of contested cases, representing the Commission on appeal, and responding to inquiries relating to the License Law, Commission rules, and real estate transactions, generally.
Kizzy Crawford Heath was named the Assistant Director of Education and Licensing for the North Carolina Real Estate Commission in December 2023. Ms. Heath graduated from Elizabeth City State University with a degree in Criminal Justice and a minor in Pre-law. She received her Masters in Adult Education degree from the University of Phoenix in 2004, and her law degree from North Carolina Central University School of Law in 2010.
Since graduating from law school, Kizzy was on the faculty at North Carolina Wesleyan University and Wake Technical Community College where she taught Legal Environment, Criminal Law, Constitutional Law, Court Procedure and Evidence, and Ethics. Ms. Heath authored supplemental instructional resources for the education and publishing company, Pearson Education, prior to joining the Commission. As the former Legal Education Officer at the Commission, she wrote various educational material, the mandatory Update Course for real estate brokers each license year, and co-authored the North Carolina Real Estate Manual.
As the Assistant Director of Education and Licensing, Kizzy’s duties involve overseeing the development of educational materials for consumers and real estate brokers, licensure of brokers and business entities, responding to inquiries relating to License Law, Commission rules, and educational programs, generally.