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Nash County

Nash County began programming for the Spring 2019 Empowering Youth and Families Program in March 2019, in partnership with the Nash County Health Department. This was the first family cohort to participate in EYFP in Nash County. Each family participates in a twelve session program that is designed to strengthen their relationships and empower them to lead community change.  Families also take part in a weekend retreat at the Eastern 4-H Center in June, where they learn community action planning and create a vision for opioid misuse prevention in their community. 

Meet Our People

Traci Dixon

Traci Dixon

  • Community and Rural Development (CRD) Extension Agent for Nash County for over 10 years. The CRD program focuses on community leadership development, disaster preparedness, along with youth career and entrepreneurship.
  • Worked with families at a non-profit organization and in the public health area before joining NC Cooperative Extension, providing resources and information covering substance abuse, prevention, and treatment.
Regina Moseley

Regina Moseley

  • Family & Consumer Sciences Agent for Nash & Edgecombe Counties and was a former 4-H Agent for Hertford County.
  • Worked with the NC Cooperative Extension for 10 years
  • Enjoys working with the citizens of Nash & Edgecombe Counties.
  • Has a passion for helping families spend more time together and she does this through cooking programs for families.
Sandy Hall

Sandy Hall

  • Worked with NC Cooperative Extension for 20+ years as the 4-H Extension Agent and in 2016 was promoted to County Extension Director.
  • Provided educated experiences and enrichment opportunities for youth and adults as an educator, enabling them to become productive citizens.
  • Her greatest desire is to inspire, cultivate and empower families to build meaningful relationships that are purposeful and honest.
Adrienne Williams

Adrienne Williams

  • EYFP Program Associate for Nash County.
  • Former counselor and mentor trainer for an at-risk program
  • Advocate, artist, and instructor for special education
  • Small business owner
  • Enjoys working with others and building relationships.  
  • Believes that  connecting people in a positive way can be the beginning of change.
Larissa Mills Williams

Larissa Mills Williams

  • Coordinator of Health Services at Nash County Health Department for almost 5 years.
  • Supervises the Health Education unit, as well as the Lead Preparedness Coordinator and Accreditation Coordinator.  
  • Has over 14 years of public health experience.
  • Loves to empower people to be the best they can be in their overall health.
  • *Temporary location* Claude Mayo Admin Bldg, 120 W. Washington St., Ste. 3031, Nashville, NC 27856
  • (252) 459-9810 (office)
  • adwill23@ncsu.edu

EYFP PA – Adrienne Williams

Schedule: Every day 9-1