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August 06, 2008

Extension agent helps people learn to live better lives

Janelle Kent is most definitely an educator, but she doesn't teach in a school.

In her 30 years as a nutritionist and now an extension agent, she has helped teach people how to eat better, cook more safely - and ultimately live better lives.

"I always was drawn to the area of public health and nutrition," she said.

Kent, 54, is the Stokes County agent for Family & Consumer Sciences at the N.C. Cooperative Extension Office, where she has worked since 2005.

Read more in the Winston-Salem Journal

Posted by Dave at August 6, 2008 02:25 PM