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AgriLife names new family, consumer sciences agent for Parmer County

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service has named Wendy Case the new agent for family and consumer sciences in Parmer County.

The joint announcement was made by Parmer County Judge Trey Ellis and Michael Clawson, AgriLife Extension administrator in Lubbock.

“We are happy to have Wendy join us here in the South Plains district,” Clawson said. “She is very energetic and passionate about helping others and is excited to begin her new career, which are all positive signs not only for her personally, but for the county and our agency. I predict she will soon be an important asset to her clientele in Parmer County.”

Clawson said Case, who was hired November 15, will complete AgriLife Extension’s First Step orientation process in several of the district’s 20 counties as she assumes her position in Parmer County.

Case earned a bachelor’s degree with dual majors in sociology and environmental studies from Baylor University.

Before joining AgriLife Extension, Case garnered more than 18 years experience in case management and mental health services. Her previous work background includes eight years as a utilization management case manager for the El Paso Psychiatric Center and four years as a case manager/state liaison/homeless unit staffer for the El Paso Emergency Health Network. She also worked as a Child Protective Services/Adult Protective Service investigator for the Commonwealth of Kentucky and as a case manager for the Bluegrass Regional MHMR Board Inc.

For more information, contact Clawson at 806-746-6101, m-clawson@tamu.edu.