June 23, 2005
Extension administrators named at A&T
Sheilda Sutton is named executive assistant to the administrator for the Cooperative Extension Program at N.C. A&T State University; Celvia Stovall is named associate administrator.
Sheilda B. Sutton has been named executive assistant to the administrator for the Cooperative Extension Program at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University effective June 20. During the past year, she served as the interim associate administrator.
In her new position, Sutton will continue to provide leadership for change management and marketing of the Cooperative Extension Program at A&T State University in collaboration with North Carolina State University, facilitate the planning, implementation and evaluation of Innovative Program Grants, develop and maintain advisory networks to facilitate the achievement of excellence in the Cooperative Extension Program and streamline and maintain internal operational procedures and policies in the Cooperative Extension Program.
Effective June 20, Dr. Celvia Stovall joined the Cooperative Extension Program at A&T as associate administrator. Stovall received her doctorate in family resource management at the University of Minnesota. She holds a master of science degree in family life education from Louisiana State University, and a bachelor of science degree in family and consumer science from Central Michigan University. In addition, she is a Certified Family and Consumer Scientist, Certified Military Instructor and Certified National COLOR Matrixx Trainer.
Stovall brings to this position a wealth of knowledge and experience in program development, budget management and research development. Since 2003, she has served as family resource management specialist for N.C. State University. She began her career as a secondary education teacher and later joined Cooperative Extension at Louisiana State University as associate county 4-H agent.
She also worked as an Extension educator/training specialist at Auburn University. At the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, she worked as the Project GRAD site coordinator, associate director of African-American Achievers Scholarship Program, associate professor for retail and consumer science, president for C.D. Enterprises and tenured associate professor/state family economic specialist.
Posted by Natalie at June 23, 2005 03:16 PM