District Coordinator -- District 13
Julie Pioch began her career with MSU Extension in 1994 and over that time has developed expertise in a variey of program areas including community and economic development, natural resources, community food systems, land-use planning, public policy and leadership. She is currently serving as a full-time administrator for the seven county MSU Extension offices in southwest Michigan (District 13). As a Professional Registered Parliamentarian, Julie continues to be a resource for MSUE in parliamentary procedure education. Julie is active in her local community and serves as the Chair of the Village of Paw Paw Zoning Board of Appeals and currently serves as the 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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