Natalie Bennett and Virginia Fulwood have joined the Georgia Foundation for Agriculture (GFA) as program assistants for the GFA Georgia Ag Experience mobile ag classroom.
Bennett and Fulwood will set the Georgia Ag Experience’s schedule as it travels to schools and events statewide. They will also serve as the mobile classroom instructors and work closely with county Farm Bureau staff and volunteers.
Bennett, a native of Gwinnett County, is a 2017 animal science graduate of the UGA College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences (CAES). She received her Master of Agricultural & Environmental Education from the CAES this summer. For the past two years Bennett has worked with the Tift County Cooperative Extension (TCCE) as a 4-H educator; she worked with the TCCE as an AmeriCorps Service Member the previous year. Bennett may be reached at email@example.com .
Fulwood, a resident and native of Bibb County, has degrees in computer science and clinical psychology and a master’s in library information science. She was previously employed eight years as a children’s librarian and regional coordinator at Middle Georgia Regional Library. Before working at the library, Fulwood taught kindergarten and Pre-K in Bibb County for nine years. She and her husband, Travis, have two adult children. She is an active member of United Community Church in Macon. Fulwood may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.