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Building Healthy Families
North Carolinians, including limited resource individuals/ families,
will improve the quality of their lives through
eating healthy, being active, handling food safely, managing resources for food security, and practicing health promoting behaviors.
Building Strong Families
Families, including those with limited resources, and those who
work with families will gain knowledge
and practice skills to provide safer more nurturing environments, to aid in stress management, and to affect positive aging.
Fostering Resiliency for Families in Transition
North Carolinians, including those with limited resources, will
develop skills and strategies to manage effectively their personal
finances through expected and unexpected economic change and life
Developing Leadership and Community Capacity
Individuals and groups will take
action to maximize development and use of community resources leading
to improve quality of life for all families.
MAEd, Health Education, East Carolina University
MAEd, Early Childhood Education, University of Alabama in Birmigham
BS, Elementary Education, George Peabody College for Teachers
Extension Agent, with areas of responsibilities in nutrition, health and the aging.
ECU, health education instructor
Kinston Children's Clinic, patient education facilitator
Birmingham City Schools, 3rd grade teacher
Vestavia Hills City Schools, 6th grade and 8th grade teacher
Huntsville City Schools, 5th grade teacher
Manchester County Schools., 5th grade teacher
To send E-MAIL message: Susan Reece
Family & Consumer Extension Agent
403 Government Circle
Greenville, NC 27834
This page was created by Susan Reece. 3/27/2001
Last updated 7/11/2006