Adonica Williams is now the budget manager for the Agricultural Research Program, replacing Shirl Hines who retired May 31. Williams will be responsible for managing the $8 million budget for the Evans-Allen research program. She has worked with SAES faculty for the past five years as grants administrator and looks forward to cultivating these relationships in her new role.
Also at the ARP administrative suite in the C. H. Moore Agricultural Research Station, Lynda McGee, an accounting technician, is filling in for Toni Lamberth who is on medical leave. Please contact Williams or McGee with any financial questions or concerns related to Evans-Allen projects.
Ivy Murphy has joined The Cooperative Extension Program at A&T as the project coordinator for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed). Ivy comes to A&T from the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services, where she was the Food and Nutrition Services (FNS) program coordinator for the Division of Social Services. Her responsibilities included state FNS SNAP-Ed and outreach grants, as well as the food banks. Murphy received her bachelor’s degree in human services management and a master’s in psychology from the University of Phoenix.