Extension’s Choctaw County office has
a new County Extension Coordinator. Jacqui
James will begin work on October 1.
James is no stranger to Choctaw
County. She has worked in the county education
system for 14 years. She has served as
the special education coordinator for the Choctaw County Board of Education
since June 2013. While in that position, she has provided administrative
leadership, and overseen the direct fiscal and personnel operation of the
department. She also served as interim superintendent for the Choctaw County
Board of Education from March to December 2014.
As interim superintendent she was in charge of the day-to-day operation
of a 1,600 student school district.
Under her leadership, the school system received more than $489,000 in
grants from 2007 through 2012.
“I’m very excited to join the team at
the Extension Office in Choctaw County. This is a rare opportunity and I am
grateful for the trust the Alabama Cooperative Extension Service has placed in
me,” said James. “For the past 14 years I’ve had the pleasure of serving the
children of this county, now I look forward to working with all the people of
Choctaw County. It is an honor to have
been chosen as the County Extension Coordinator and I look forward to starting
this new journey in my life.”
James holds a Master of Education in Education
Administration and a Master of Education in Special Education, both from the
University of West Alabama, a Master of Science in Counseling and Human
Development from Troy University and a Bachelor of Science in Management of
Human Resources from Faulkner University.
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