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Posted on: January 7, 2019

Meet Kelli Isenhour

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On November 5, 2018, Kelli Isenhour joined the Rowan County Soil and Water Conservation District as the Education Coordinator, a new position for Rowan County. Kelli is very excited to work with teachers and others in the community to promote conservation education, and share all the great programs Soil and Water Conservation Districts have to offer.

Kelli graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Meredith College, and has had her Environmental Education Certification for over 20 years.  Kelli was also an active Extension Master Gardener in Forsyth County for over 13 years. Prior to beginning her job in Rowan County she worked at SciWorks Science Center in Winston-Salem. She started at SciWorks (now called Kaleideum) in the Animal Care department and eventually wound up as the Director of Education overseeing animal care, educational programs, and the planetarium. 

She grew up in Forsyth County spending as much time outdoors as possible; fishing, gardening, and exploring the woods and creeks on her grandparents’ property. 

Kelli and her husband, John, moved to Rowan County when they married.  John and Kelli share the love of the outdoors and enjoy taking their dog, Honey, exploring. She also enjoys gardening, and loves to read, hike, kayak, and spend time with family and friends.

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