Currituck Extension Welcomes Anna Martin

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Anna Martin

Anna Martin, Currituck Extension Administrative Assistant

N.C. Cooperative Extension in Currituck is pleased to welcome Anna Martin to our team. Anna will be serving as the Currituck Extension Administrative Assistant, providing support for the total Extension program. Anna will be serving in the position formerly held by Sherry Lynn who was promoted to the District Administrative Associate position in August.

Anna comes to Currituck Extension with experience in the business, finance and education realms. She has been described by her former employers as very detail oriented, highly organized and possessing great interpersonal skills. “Anna’s skill and experience are an outstanding match for our position here in Currituck and we are looking forward to a very long and fruitful working relationship with her” stated Cameron Lowe, County Extension Director. Ms. Martin offered the following statement: “I am excited to be part of the Currituck Extension Center. I look forward to engaging with the community in my new role.”

N.C. Cooperative Extension provides research based education and training to all North Carolinians, helping them transform science into everyday solutions that improve their lives and grow our state. The organization offers resources in the areas of 4-H and Youth Development, Agriculture, Community Development, and Family and Consumer Sciences. For more information please contact Cameron Lowe at or call the office at 252-232-2261.