AgriSafe Team

 
   Natalie Roy, MPH

 Executive Director

As Executive Director of AgriSafe for over nineteen years, Natalie utilizes her public health training to improve the quality of health care offered to farm families.   Natalie leads national initiatives to reduce health disparities common among agricultural communities.  She has a strong interest in promoting the integration of agricultural occupational health within primary care as a strategy to serve the health care needs of farmers and ranchers.Natalie is pleased to work in the area of agricultural health as it relates to her experience growing up on a farm in Canterbury, New Hampshire. 

Phone: 985-845-1116
Email: [email protected]

     
   

Knesha Rose-Davison, MPH
Health Communications Director

Knesha provides health communication content, leadership, implementation, and coordination of AgriSafe initiatives. She directs the development and production of timely marketing communications materials that build consistent brand identity and support strategic goals.

Phone: 985-327-1627
Email: [email protected]

     
    Charlotte Halverson, BSN, COHN-S

Clinical Director

Charlotte is a certified occupational health nurse with a background in management and delivery of business and community health services. In her role with AgriSafe, she develops educational resources and trainings for rural health care providers, community based and membership organizations. Active in several professional organizations, Charlotte works to promote agricultural health and safety at state, regional and national levels.

Email: [email protected]

     
    Stacey Jenkins, BS

Distance Education Coordinator

Stacey coordinates AgriSafe's web-based learning opportunities including the Learning Lab and the AgriSafe website.

Email: [email protected]

     
    Linda Emanuel, RN

Community Health Nurse

Linda engages with the agriculture community as a health care advocate and educator.  She develops webinars, on-site presentations, and resources to enhance learning in health and safety topics for the agricultural workforce.  She promotes this work on a state, regional and national level.  Her passion as an agriculture producer and co-proprietor of her three-generation Nebraska family farm enables her to act as a liaison between research and practice and drives her work to address the ever changing needs of this population.  

Email: [email protected]

     
   

Ansley StPierre, MPH

Ansley is responsible for the day to day management of the AgriSafe Learning Lab and advancing our membership benefits and partnerships. She assists staff in public health communications including the monthly newsletter and social media outlets.

Phone: 985-327-1748
Email: [email protected]