Rural Outreach Coordinator
Rebekah Dunstan joined the Division of Academic and Student Affairs as the Rural Outreach Coordinator in spring 2018. Rebekah directs Rural Works!, which connects NC State University students to rural counties across North Carolina through summer internships. Previously, Rebekah worked in the University Sustainability Office, where she spent five years designing and leading sustainability-focused, high impact student experiences. Rebekah is a two time graduate from NC State University with an undergraduate degree in Public & Interpersonal Communication and a master’s degree in Higher Education Administration.
Rural Initiatives Graduate Intern
Greyson Norcross is a master’s student in the Higher Education Administration program at NC State University and the Rural Initiatives Graduate Intern. Greyson originally is from Willow Street, Pennsylvania, located in the farmlands of Lancaster County. After graduating from Gettysburg College, Greyson spent four years working for the Pennsylvania College Advising Corps where he served as a college adviser in a small rural high school. When not at work or in class, Greyson is an avid reader, loves to listen to podcasts, and is an active curler with the Triangle Curling Club.
Lenora Moore is a sophomore at NC State majoring in English with a concentration in Language, Writing, and Rhetoric. She is originally from Prospect, NC located in Robeson County and is a member of the Lumbee Tribe of NC. Lenora is the current Historian for the Native American Student Association and also a peer mentor for multicultural symposium students. During her free time, Lenora enjoys reading, cooking, and spending time with family and friends.