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NORTH CAROLINA. Advisory Leadership System Model Judy Groff Program Development and Advisory System Leader. State Advisory Council. Extension Director provides leadership Mission: facilitate achievement of excellence in NCCE Primary roles: programming and advocacy

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North carolina

NORTH CAROLINA

Advisory Leadership System Model

Judy Groff

Program Development and Advisory System Leader


State advisory council
State Advisory Council

  • Extension Director provides leadership

  • Mission: facilitate achievement of excellence in NCCE

  • Primary roles: programming and advocacy

  • Meets quarterly at locations around the state

  • Officers: Chair, Vice Chair, Treasurer


Membership
MEMBERSHIP

  • 28 Members Total

  • Members serve a three-year term

  • Geographically dispersed with four per extension district

  • Staff for varied backgrounds


Sac member roles
SAC Member Roles

  • Program development

    • Advise NCCES Director on priorities and emerging issues

  • Advocacy with legislators, both federal and state

  • Relationship building with CEDs

  • Plan and conduct district advisory leadership meetings

  • Liaison with county advisory councils


Curriculum support
CURRICULUM SUPPORT

  • LINK Newsletter

  • ALS Web Site

    • Curriculum

    • Minutes of SAC meetings

    • District ALS activities with pictures

    • State Advisory Council calendar

  • Fact Sheets


Operational support
OPERATIONAL SUPPORT

  • Visionary plan

  • Operational guidelines

  • Job descriptions for all advisory and extension faculty roles

  • Yearly calendar


Sac successes
SAC SUCCESSES

  • Provided leadership to get passage of the University Bond Referendum

  • Had seven “back home” visits with NC Congressional leaders


District structure
DISTRICT STRUCTURE

  • No formal structure

  • Annual district planning involving county directors, district directors, SAC representatives

  • Help identify prospects for filling SAC vacancies

  • Usually have annual district ALS meeting


District meetings
DISTRICT MEETINGS

  • Focus on issues

    • Hispanic population growth and opportunities for programming

    • Agricultural economic situation

  • Focus on leadership training

  • Focus on strengthening advisory leadership in district


Leadership in district
LEADERSHIP IN DISTRICT

  • District Director is key

  • Operational support provided by Groff

  • SAC members are drivers

  • County Directors have a key support role


County advisory councils
COUNTY ADVISORY COUNCILS

  • Average size is 16 members

  • County Director provides leadership

  • Purpose is to provide program direction and organizational advocacy

  • Members usually representative of the county demographics

  • County government leader is often involved


Operations of county advisory councils
OPERATIONS OF COUNTY ADVISORY COUNCILS

  • Meet quarterly

  • Usually hold meetings around a meal

  • Involve the entire faculty

  • Follow the operational guidelines

  • Provide orientation training annually

  • Participate in district meetings

  • Most training is about programs


Structure of county councils
STRUCTURE OF COUNTY COUNCILS

  • Average 16 members

  • Meet quarterly

  • Members come from program committees, issue committees, government leaders, and people outside extension

  • Do environmental scans, reports to Commissioners, projects to support extension


Examples of success
EXAMPLES OF SUCCESS

  • Getting county support for new horticultural position

  • Collaboration with county government on solid waste initiatives, farmland preservation, and small farm markets.

  • Getting new extension facilities and computer technology


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