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Sylvia Crum

Sylvia Crum has been involved with ASD in a variety of ways, from selling local produce to sitting on the board of directors. Since 2013 she has been the Director of Communications and Development. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing from Columbia College and has...

Kathlyn Terry

Kathlyn Terry began at ASD as the first Business Operations Manager, a role she had for 5 years. In 2011, she became the Executive Director of ASD.   She has a bachelor’s degree in business from Texas A&M University and has experience with large national...

Robin Robbins

Robin Robbins joined ASD as the Appalachian Harvest Marketer in September, 2005. Prior to joining ASD, she was a public school teacher in the Lee County public school system, as well as anadvocate for children with special needs. Raised on a tobacco farm, Robin joined...

Sunday Funday

May 22, 2017 At the current moment, I’m tired. Physically and mentally worn out. With my project in full swing, a garden, a family, and a house to tend to at home, throw some traveling in there and I’m done for. Fortunately, I’m not normally this much of a Debbie...

Still Trucking on Two Flat Tires

May 4, 2017. It has been 5 months since the 2017 AppFellows adventure began and everyone seems to be getting down and dirty with their host community projects. Here in Virginia and Tennessee, we have hit a couple of potholes in the road with the Working Groups. Some...

Transitioning Tears: From Despair to Delight

January 25, 2017. My trip to the Highlander Center began with tears as I pulled out of the drive way and watched my husband, Brad waving good-bye with our German Shepard’s paw. On the hour and a half journey to New Market, TN., I couldn’t help, but think “What the...

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