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Lowcountry AHEC Welcomes Jalacy Green



Lowcountry AHEC is excited to welcome Jalacy Green as the new health careers program coordinator. Jalacy graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Public Health from Coastal Carolina University, where she attended on a full athletic scholarship. Jalacy will bring her public health knowledge back to familiar ground, having graduated from Colleton County High School where she participated in the health science school of study and was a standout in track and field.


Previously, Jalacy was a foster care case manager for the Department of Social Services. She also comes to Lowcountry AHEC having worked in teams throughout her life, both in athletics and in her course work for her degree in public health. She gives back by volunteering at the Colleton County Middle School as a motivational speaker and working with the students to increase their awareness of getting accepted into college, as well as the challenges of being a college athlete. She has received several awards, including Thrower of the Year in 2015, 2014, 2013; Women’s Big South Indoor Championship; and Presidential Honor Rollall, while making the Dean’s List three out of her four years in college.

Jalacy can be reached at greenj@lcahec.com or 843-782-5052.


South Carolina AHEC Program Office Welcomes Julie Antley


Julie Antley joined the South Carolina AHEC Program Office in Charleston as the program assistant for education programs. Julie will be taking over management of distance education initiatives through the South Carolina Health Occupations Outreach Learning System (SCHOOLS).

Julie brings extensive education experience to the role after working in the Charleston County School System for 14 years. During her time with the school system, she worked in a classroom for children with complex medical health care needs. She started at James B. Edwards Elementary and then went to work at Pattison’s Academy for Comprehensive Education.

Born in Charlotte, NC, Julie now lives in Mount Pleasant with her husband Jeff.  She has three girls all in college in Charleston. She studied at the College of Charleston, where she majored in business. When not at work, she loves to be with her children, dogs and grand-dogs.

Julie can be reached at 843-792-6222 or antleyj@musc.edu.

Upstate AHEC Welcomes Belinda Storay


Belinda Storay joined the Upstate AHEC team in August as a administrative and education program assistant. Belinda is a native of Greenville and received a degree in business administration from Greenville Technical College. She served more than 20 years at Greenville Technical College in various administrative roles. She is the proud mother of two children and enjoys spending time with family and traveling in her spare time. 

Belinda can be reached at bstoray@upstateahec.org or 864-349-1160. 

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