N.C. Cooperative Extension in Currituck is proud and yet somewhat saddened to announce that Extension Administrative Assistant, Sherry Lynn has been promoted to the position of Northeast District Extension Administrative Associate. In this role, she will provide administrative support to the 22 county Extension centers located throughout Northeast North Carolina.
Sherry began her Extension career in Currituck in December of 2008. Over the past 14 years, she has delivered an extraordinarily high level of service and expertise to her colleagues, Extension volunteer groups, and the public. She has received numerous awards for her high quality performance including the statewide Administrative Professional of Excellence; the Distinguished Service Award; various communication and marketing awards; the Northeast District Administrative Professional of the Year; and the Dr. Russell and Mrs. Connie King Extension Program Award; along with being a nationally Certified Administrative Professional. She has held various offices for her professional associations at both the district and state levels.
“Sherry Lynn has been the backbone of our staff for the duration of her employment here. While we are sad that she is leaving her position in Currituck, we are immensely proud of her recent promotion and excited for the enhanced support that she will provide to our entire district” states Cameron Lowe, County Extension Director.
Sherry offered the following statement. “I have been blessed to serve on the Currituck Extension team for the last 14 years. I look forward to continuing to assist them in my new role where I believe I can make a larger, more positive impact throughout the district and state.”
Applications are currently being accepted for the Administrative Assistant position with N.C. Cooperative Extension in Currituck County.
Visit the Extension Job List to view the job announcement and submit your application. For more information or additional questions, please contact Cameron Lowe at Cameron_Lowe@ncsu.edu or call the office at 252-232-2261.
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