HERKIMER CO., N.Y. — Cornell Cooperative Extension of Herkimer County has announced that Cameron Burke of Stark, New York has joined the staff as its new Lead Nutrition Educator. Burke succeeds Linda Robbins of Schuyler who retired after a 52-year Cooperative Extension career.
Burke’s work will focus on managing CCE Herkimer’s family nutrition programs including the federally funded Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) and promoting local foods produced within the Mohawk Valley region. Previously, Ms. Burke worked as a teacher at the Owen D. Young School in Van Hornesville and is currently pursuing a Masters’ degree in Health Education from Purdue Global University.
Garet Livermore, the Executive Director of CCE Herkimer said, “We are looking forward to Cameron bringing her energy and enthusiasm for local foods and nutrition to our programs.”
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Herkimer County fulfills the land grant mission of Cornell University locally. Its programs are developed in response to community needs by providing research-based solutions through educational programs and services. For more information on CCE Herkimer, go to: https://blogs.cornell.edu/cceherkimer/
–Cornell Cooperative Extension of Herkimer County