The collective compilation of skills, knowledge, or other tangible assets to create economical alignment of collective resources and initiatives in a unified and integrated prospective that is supported through grant applications and administration, veteran affairs services, aging services, American Disability Act, historical preservation, and other services and activities that support the concept that all citizens are a viable asset or human capital in which the County grows and becomes more economically advanced.
Tiffany Anderson, Ph.D., Grants Officer
Mamie Brown, Certified Veteran’s Affairs Officer
Pearlie Johnson, Outreach Worker
George Nelson, M.S., ADA Coordinator
NaCola James, M.P.A., Special Projects Officer/ Records Management