Dr. Shelly Nickols-Richardson shaking hands with a 4-H teen
October 16, 2019

The work being done through University of Illinois Extension programs and partnerships in Fulton, Mason, Peoria, and Tazewell counties is recognized for its positive impact at many levels through the University system. College of Agriculture, Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES) dean, Kimberly Kidwell, recently returned for her second unit tour, along with the new Extension director and associate dean, Shelly Nickols-Richardson. The duo spent the day learning about a few of our programs, engaging with unit staff, and networking with volunteers, 4-H members, and partners.

clip of the Snapshot Hard Copy, includes Deb Balagna and Sheila Bolliger's staff photos
October 17, 2019

Deb Balagna, Fulton County Office Support

dbalagna@illinois.edu

“I provide support to all our great Extension staff, volunteers, and guests. Tasks can range from simply making copies to complex accounting tasks to unusual information requests. My goal is to create a memorable welcome, a calm work environment, and meet whatever need is presented.”

 

Sheila Bolliger, Tazewell County Office Support

sbollige@illinois.edu