The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service has hired Stacy Drury as the new regional program leader for family and community health and 4-H youth development for the agency’s West Region.
Drury will begin her position Dec. 1 and will be based at the District 7 Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center in San Angelo.
“We are excited to have Stacy join the West Region leadership team here in San Angelo,” said Marty Gibbs, District 7 AgriLife Extension administrator, San Angelo. “She brings a great deal of enthusiasm and energy to Extension educational programming and will be an asset to family and community health agents in the West Region.”
Drury has worked for AgriLife Extension since 2013, serving as the family and community health agent for Bandera County.
“In her time in Bandera County, Stacy developed and grew partnerships with key organizations and provided leadership to the development and implementation of high-quality, relevant and innovative educational programs,” said Courtney Dodd, Ph.D., AgriLife Extension associate director for health, families and youth, College Station.
Drury earned her master’s in agriculture science with a focus on adult education from Texas A&M University-Kingsville, and a bachelor’s of science at Texas Tech University, Lubbock.
“I’m excited for the opportunity to join the West Region team and return to my hometown of San Angelo,” Drury said. “I’m eager to learn about programming efforts in the region and hope to help build upon current partnerships as well as form new collaborations.”