Dr. Jennifer Brantley to Serve as Sedgwick County Extension Director
MANHATTAN, Kan. –Dr. Jennifer Brantley will begin serving as the Sedgwick County Extension Director, effective January 13, 2019. Sedgwick County’s office is in Wichita.
She earned her Doctorate of Philosophy in Counseling and Student Development from Kansas State University, her master’s degree in Administration in Higher Education from University of Missouri – Kansas City, and her bachelor’s in Biology from Fort Hays State University.
Brantley has most recently been employed by Envision University as a Manager of Public Education and Outreach.
Amanda Staub to Serve as Stafford County Extension Agent
MANHATTAN, Kan. – Amanda Staub will begin serving as the Stafford County Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension Agent, effective January 13, 2019. Stafford County’s office is located in St. John, Kansas.
She earned her bachelor’s degree in Agribusiness from Fort Hays State University.
Staub has most recently been employed as the Office Professional in the Stafford County Office. Prior to that, she was the Fund Management Specialist for CUNA Mutual Retirement Solutions in Great Bend, Kansas.
*This position was filled by an industrial arts teacher.
Cody Howell – Beginning Teacher – Transition to Teach (TtoT)
Mallory Meek to Serve as Douglas County Extension Agent
MANHATTAN, Kan. – Mallory Meek will join the staff of K-State Research and Extension – Douglas County as an Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension Agent, effective June 2, 2019. Douglas County’s office is located in Lawrence, Kansas.
She earned her bachelor’s degree in Animal Science and Industry with a minor in business from Kansas State University.
As a student at K-State, Mallory was an Ambassador for the College of Agriculture and a Livestock Mentor for the Johnson County Livestock Association.