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Jill Baker-TingeyBaker-Tingey, Jill
Extension Educator
(775) 738-7291

Expertise: Jill is the Extension Educator for Elko County. Her areas of interests are positive youth development, domestic violence and child maltreatment prevention, facilitating strategic visioning and futuring for organizations, enhancing community collaboration and health and wellness programs.

Programs: Heart and Shield: A Program to End Family Violence, Capacity Building for Healthy Communities, Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting
Cathy BaptistaBaptista, Cathy
Community Based Instructor III
(702) 940-5426

Programs: Chefs for Kids-Pick a Better Snack
Martha BarajasBarajas, Martha
Administrative Assistant III
(702) 257-5522

Jim BarcellosBarcellos, Jim
Community Based Instructor III
(775) 887-2252

Expertise: Jim Barcellos highlights informal science education in his programming endeavors. For over ten years he has served local schools in the federally-funded afterschool programs; bringing science engagement through interactive lessons that stress involvement, curiosity and science vocabulary and literacy. He is a member of the Nevada Afterschool Network

Programs: 4-H Club programming activities. 21st Century after school enrichment program. 4-H National Youth Science Day activities.
Lizeth BarroetaBarroeta, Lizeth
Community Based Instructor II
775-336-0260

Programs: Family Storyteller/Striving Readers Program
Sharon BartonBarton, Sharon
4-H Program Manager
(775) 623-6304

Expertise: Sharon Barton works with UNCE faculty and staff, 4-H youth, 4-H volunteers, parents and the community at large to help support and promote 4-H youth development and programs throughout Humboldt County.

Programs: Traditional and non-traditional 4-H youth development programs including livestock (beef, goats, sheep, swine), small animal programs (rabbit, poultry, cavy, game birds, dogs, cat), 4-H horsemanship, 4-H county ambassadors, cooking, photography, leather crafts, sewing, S.E.T., community clubs, shooting sports, 4-H camp and Cloverbud programs.
No PhotoBeatty, Karen
Office Support
775-887-2252

Carla BeierBeier, Carla
Fiscal Manager, Northern Area
775-336-0256

Expertise: Carla is responsible for financial management and budgetary development functions for the Northern Area of Cooperative Extension. She oversees all Northern Area accounts, working closely with the Northern Area Director and faculty on budgetary development functions of grant and self-supporting budgets.

No PhotoBergey, Catherine
Administrative Clerk IV
775-623-6304

Programs: Supporting Humboldt County 4-H and Extension Programs
No PhotoBerginnis, Catrinna
Community Based Instructor II
775-945-3444

Programs: 4-H
No PhotoBergstrom, Zack
Community Based Instructor II
775-784-4848

Shannon BerumenBerumen, Shannon
Executive Secretary
(775) 635-5565

Karen BestBest, Karen
Program Officer III
702-257-5538

Carol BishopBishop, Carol
Extension Educator
(702) 397-2604 ext. 1

Expertise: Carol is the Extension Educator for Northeast Clark County. Her areas of interest are agricultural economics and fostering local agriculture and other enterprises as a means for enhancing economic and community development.

Programs: Small Business Support, Growing Local Grown, Beginning Farmers and Ranchers, Economic Evaluation of Alternative Low-Water-Use Crops.
Jacqueline BlackBlack, Jacqueline
Program Officer II
(702) 940-5424

Programs: Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP)
Penny BlairBlair, Penny
Vocational Education Instructor
(702) 397-2604

Expertise: Penny Blair reaches out to bilingual audiences and focuses on general nutrition, food safety education and nutrition education related to the prevention of chronic diseases and teaches classes in community settings. She is a certified lactation counselor and child safety seat technician.

Programs: Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP), An Ounce of Prevention, Nurturing Partners, Eating Healthy. Being Active, Winning with Foods, Support for Breastfeeding Mothers — Breast is Best, Northeast Child Passenger Safety Seat Program and Family Vehicle Safety Program English/Spanish.
Lilian BlanchardBlanchard, Lilian
Administrative Assistant III
(702) 257-5584

Christy BloodBlood, Christy
Job Developer
775-726-3109

Programs: Lincoln County Workforce
No PhotoBogdanowicz, Karen
Community Based Instructor III
775-423-5121

Programs: Oversee 4-H programs in Churchill County
Buddy BordenBorden, Buddy
Specialist, Economic Development
(702) 257-5505

Expertise: Buddy Borden's areas of research and teaching interests are community economic development processes, applied economic development analysis and economic fiscal impact modeling.

Programs: Community Analysis and Economic Development, Target Impact Analysis
Corrie BosketBosket, Corrie
Coordinator - Conservation Issues
(702) 257-5550

Tricia Braxton PerryBraxton Perry, Tricia
Program Officer III
702-948-5975

Programs: 4-H Program Officer
Millicent Braxton-CalhounBraxton-Calhoun, Millicent
Program Officer I
(702) 257-5520

Programs: Healthy Food, Healthy People
Frances BrownBrown, Frances
Administrative Assistant III
775-784-4779

Expertise: Frances serves at the Administrative Assistant to Carrie Stark, the State 4-H Program Director, and as the Coordinator for 4-H Statewide Special Events. She has 18 years of youth development programming experience.

Dan BrushBrush, Dan
Fiscal Officer
775-784-7070

Expertise: To provide leadership, direction, and subject matter knowledge regarding all financial and administrative compliance matters including the preparation of budgets and financial reports.

Aurora BuffingtonBuffington, Aurora
Specialist, Health and Nutrition
702-257-5534

Expertise: Aurora is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with a background in public health nutrition. Her research is focused on the food environment and its interrelationship with health. Her interests include food systems, policy, and public health. She currently serves on the Nevada Governor’s Food Security Council and convenes the Southern Nevada Food Council. She has worked to increase access to healthy foods in the community through farmers market SNAP/EBT programs, nutrition incentive programs, among others that transform the food environment.

Programs: SNAP-Ed Chefs for Kids - Pick a Better Snack; Team Nutrition Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Program; SNAP E&T Healthy Eating on a Budget; FoodSpan; Healthy Food, Healthy People
Teresa ByingtonByington, Teresa
Specialist, Early Childhood Education
(702) 940-5421

Expertise: Teresa Byington, Ph.D., Associate Professor/Specialist in Early Childhood Education

Programs: Child Care Provider Training (Child Development, Curriculum Areas), Child Development Associate (CDA) educational coursework, QRIS (Quality Rating Improvement System) Environmental Rating Scale assessors, Reducing the Risk of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) in Child Care, Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse, Reflective Coaching, and Promoting the Social Emotional Development of Young Children (TACSEI).