UVALDE – Kathleen Greer, the new Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service administrator for the agency’s District 10, known as the Southwest District, has announced the appointment of new personnel to serve Bandera, Bexar, Real and Wilson counties.
AgriLife Extension’s District 10, headquartered in Uvalde, encompasses 21 counties of Southwest Texas.
Greer, who works from the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center in Uvalde, recently accepted the position of D-10 district administrator after the retirement of Cheryl Mapston, who had served more than 15 years in that position.
Greer said Michelle Weir was recently appointed the new AgriLife Extension family and consumer sciences agent for Wilson County; Stacy Teston, the new family and consumer sciences agent in Bandera County; Laci Bostic, the new agriculture and natural resources agent in Real County; and Jared Beaver, the new water and natural resources project coordinator for Bexar County.
“All four of these professionals have already begun their new roles in their counties and we know their education and work experience will greatly benefit the residents of those counties,” Greer said. “I hope residents of those counties will join those of us in AgriLife Extension in welcoming them as they take on the responsibility of delivering agency programming and providing technical assistance to help improve the quality of life in their respective counties.”