New 4-H Educator Announced in Belmont County

ST. CLAIRSVILLE – The Ohio State University Extension Office – Belmont County is welcoming Tracey Dickerson as a 4-H educator.

Dickerson, who received her bachelor of science degree from Kent State University, began her career at WTOV9 in production and then as a director of live newscasts and other programming. She also served as a commercial producer during her tenure there.

Dickerson went on to become a substitute teacher for the Buckeye Local School District for several years. She spent the last 11 years working for Valley Hospice as a volunteer coordinator where she also served on the Veteran’s Committee, Safety Committee, and facilitated the Whispered Wishes program.

She is a member of Soroptimist International and holds a certification in Music & Memory. She has many years of experience working with teens and adults throughout her career and through overseeing various community and school related organizations.

Dickerson is a lifelong resident of Jefferson County and is excited for the opportunity to work with the youth, volunteers and community members of Belmont County through the 4-H program.


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