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Cohort 3

Jurisdiction: Rockingham County

University: Wake Forest

Hometown: Clayton, NC

Erin Anderson served her fellowship in Rockingham County. Her work focused on increasing employee morale for county staff after the COVID-19 pandemic. She was responsible for creating, analyzing, and distributing a monthly employee survey to help senior management retain a strong workforce. Anderson also spearheaded the employee morale committee and planned morale activities for staff. Additionally, she was responsible for creating the FY20/21 Performance Measure Report and organized performance data to determine department appropriations.

Anderson graduated from Wake Forest University with a bachelor’s degree in economics and minors in art history and sociology. She was heavily involved with community engagement work as a member and leader of the co-ed service fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega. Anderson also held internships with nonprofits in both Winston-Salem and in London, UK.

May 29, 2024

WHQR sat down with Talula Dechev, a Lead for NC fellow based in Columbus County, to talk about her work in water infrastructure and rental inspections.

January 19, 2024

The first cohort of Lead for North Carolina Fellows made a splash in communities across the state, launching meaningful projects with real-world impact.

January 19, 2024

Fellow Nick Boyd’s work with the Community Rating System program earned recognition for reducing flood insurance premiums for county homeowners.

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