Two Women Named Regional Directors for the University of Missouri Extension

500px-University_of_Missouri_Seal.svgThe University of Missouri announced the appointment of five regional directors as part of the ongoing realignment of its extension services. The new regional directors join two existing regional directors as University of Missouri Extension adopts a structure that includes six geographic regions and an urban region focused on the St. Louis and Kansas City metro areas. Two of the five new regional directors are women.

Bush_RoweShelley Bush-Rowe is the new director of the northeast region. She has served the university as a regional community development specialist for 20 years.

Bush-Rowe received a bachelor’s degree in political science from Drury University in Springfield, Missouri, a master’s degree in regional and community planning from Kansas State University, and a master’s degree in adult education from the University of Missouri-St. Louis.

zlutickyCynthia Zluticky is the urban regional director who focuses on programs in the St. Louis and Kansas City metropolitan areas. She joined the University of Missouri in 2002 as program director in Jackson County. Previously she taught for the University of Nebraska.

Zluticky holds a bachelor’s degree in home economics and a master’s degree in adult and continuing education from the University of Nebraska.

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