A state affiliate of the National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences

The unique role of MEAFCS is to promote, support and recognize Missouri's Extension Family and Consumer Science educators; and to represent their programming efforts and issues throughout University of Missouri Extension.

2016-2017 MEAFCS Officers & Board

President - Maude Harris
President - Elect - Linda Morgan
Past-President - Sarah Traub
Secretary - Bethany Bachmann
Treasurer - Mary Sebade

VP for Awards and Recognition - Lindsay Stevenson
VP for Professional Development - Amy Vance
VP for Member Resources - Pam Duitsman 
VP for Public Affairs - Ashely Bales  

2017 Membership Benefits Apply Now!

Membership in NEAFCS has many benefits. Among them are:

  • Access to a growing, nationwide network of nearly 2,000 Extension professionals actively involved in Family & Consumer Sciences programming in their communities.
  • Opportunities to develop and enhance your leadership and management skills by serving in a leadership capacity on the state or national level.
  • Forums for presenting research and program information and discussing common Extension concerns at annual conferences, through webinars, and in the Journal of NEAFCS.
  • Recognition for outstanding achievements through an extensive awards and recognition program.
  • Discount on conference registration packages.
  • Access to professional development opportunities on the state, regional and national levels. This includes free webinars for all members sponsored by NEAFCS.
  • Ability to earn continuing education credits through participation in national meetings.
  • Up to date information on the latest products, methods, materials and technological advances to enhance the effectiveness of your programs.
  • Opportunity to serve as External Reviewers for promotion and tenure, as well as publication reviews.
  • Access to creative networking opportunities through www.neafcs.org.

NEAFCS Annual Session

2017
Omaha, Nebraska
October 15-19, 2017

2018
San Antonio, Texas
September 24-27, 2018