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New Hanover County

New Hanover county began programming for the Spring 2019 Empowering Youth and Families Program on March 14th, in partnership with New Hanover Community County Justice Services. This was the first family cohort to participate in EYFP in New Hanover 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 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

Kenan Bridges

Kenan Bridges

  • Recent graduate of East Carolina University with a degree in Public Health Studies, concentration in Community Health
  • Former 4-H’er
  • A program pioneer for the “Be a Bone Builder” health curriculum.
  • Believes that a healthy life starts with a healthy and positive attitude!
Yolanda Daniels

Yolanda Daniels

  • A passionate and enthusiastic social worker with a great deal of experience working with families who are experiencing crisis
  • Provides support to enable these families to access services to eliminate the crisis
  • Maintains professional relationships with service providers in order to track the families’ success
  • Acts as a guide, advocate or a  resource link to available resources in the community.
Daniel Price

Daniel Price

  • Program Coordinator for the Case Management Program in New Hanover County
  • Has previous experience in the parks and recreation profession, overseeing recreation programming and community service opportunities for middle and high school students.
  • Passionate about providing opportunities that make an impact in the community and improve the quality of life for its citizens.
Madison Croucher

Madison Croucher

  • A senior at UNCW, majoring in Public Health with a concentration in Community Health Education
  • Interning at NC Cooperative Extension for Morgan McKnight Marshall this semester, and has loved it there so far on account of everyone being so welcoming and friendly and of Morgan being an amazing teacher
  • States she has learned so much through this experience and can’t wait for what the future holds for her when she graduates
Morgan McKnight Marshall

Morgan Mcknight Marshall

  • 5th year serving as the Family and Consumer Sciences agent for the Brunswick, New Hanover, and Pender County Cooperative Extension Centers.
  • Loves working with families to help make their lives healthier, happier, and safer through food and nutrition programs.
  • Loves running, art, reading, and spending time outdoors with her husband and 2 cute pups!
Judy Garcia

Judith “Judy” Garcia

  • A senior at UNCW, majoring in Public Health with a concentration in Community Health Education
  • Interning at NC Cooperative Extension in New Hanover, Brunswick, and Pender County with Morgan Marshall as part of her last semester at UNCW
  • Has a lot of fun working with the community and kids as well as learning how to cook a ton of delicious and healthy recipes
  • Excited to be a part of EYFP and cannot wait to see the positive impacts the program will have on the community
J Scott Enroughty

J Scott Enroughty

  • A New Hanover County 4-H Agent who is no stranger to 4-H and a true “clover”
  • An alumni of Nash County 4-H who understands the values, mission, and ideals of 4-H
  • Joined New Hanover County Cooperative Extension in October 2017
  • 20+ of experience with NC State University and Cooperative Extension
  • Served as state project coordinator for the Operation: Military Kids (OMK) North Carolina program while working in the Department of Agricultural and Human Science (2007-2015) where he lead educational, recreational, and social programs for military dependents coping with the stress of their Service Member’s deployment before, during, or after it.
  • Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Management and Organizational Development from the University of Mount Olive.
  • 6206 Oleander Dr., Wilmington, NC 28403
  • Office: 910-253-2597
  • kbridge3@ncsu.edu

EYFP PA – Kenan Bridges

Schedule: Monday – Wednesday, 8:30am to 5:00pm, and on Thursday from 8:30am to 2:00pm