District Coordinator -- District 13
Julie Pioch is currently serving as the Interim District 13 Coordinator. She started with MSU Extension in 1994 and has held many different positions. In the past she has served as a Program Assistant, an Educator and the Van Buren County Extension Director. MSU Extension program areas have included community and economic development, natural resources, food systems and entrepreneur development. Currently, she is a resource for local government officials in policy development and land use education. As a Professional Registered Parliamentarian with the National Association of Parliamentarians, she works with elected and appointed government officials on improving their meeting management skills. She is active in her local community and serves as the Chair of the Village of Paw Paw Zoning Board of Appeals. She is currently serving as the First Vice President of the Michigan State Association of Parliamentarians. Julie earned her Bachelors and Masters Degrees from Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo Michigan.
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