COLLEGE STATION — Molly Warzon has been named Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agent for family and consumer sciences in Grimes County, according to Dr. Dale A. Fritz, AgriLife Extension district administrator, and the Grimes County Commissioners Court.
She will assume her new duties on Nov. 26 and fills the position previously held by Flora Williams, who transferred to Brazos County in early September.
Warzon earned a bachelor’s degree in nutritional sciences and a master’s degree in nutrition, both from Texas A&M University. She is certified as a food safety manager, a food handler and a biomedical research investigator.
For the past 18 months, Warzon served as a nutritionist with the Brazos Valley Community Action Agency – Women Infants and Children program in Bryan. In this role, she taught nutrition classes and provided one-on-one nutrition and health education to WIC clients. She also provided WIC eligibility and enrollment assistance to mothers in the area.
She served as a part-time lecturer at Blinn College in Bryan and taught contemporary nutrition to nursing and healthcare students.
Warzon previously served as a graduate teaching assistant, research assistant and dietetic intern at Texas A&M University. In these roles, she assisted her professor in teaching the nutrition and disease treatment course.
She was active in the Texas A&M Nutrition and Dietetics Club and continues her membership with the American Dietetic Association, Texas Dietetic Association and Mid-East Texas Dietetic Association.