Fall Leadership Team Meeting

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For the first time in over three years, our state leadership team convened on campus for a quarterly team meeting. Since our staff is housed across the entire state, opportunities for our entire team to gather in one place are rare.

Team photo

During the three days spent on campus, we engaged in collaborative sessions focused on various aspects, including outreach strategies, asset mapping, annual impact analysis, and even explored the use of chat GPT, among other topics.

In the midst of our work sessions, our team took time to enjoy local activities. A highlight was a guided tour provided by one of our valued partners, the Food Bank of Eastern and Central North Carolina. We embraced friendly competition by forming teams for a food box challenge, utilizing resources from the food bank to craft a well-balanced meal following EFNEP recipes.

Staff cooking

To wrap up our meeting, we visited the Raleigh Dairy Heritage Museum to learn about their dairy farm production. Of course, we could not leave without sampling some delicious Howling Cow Ice cream! 

A special thanks to Lauren Morris and Paula Norris for organizing such a wonderful gathering!