L. Nicole StringfellowExecutive Director
Ms. L Nicole Stringfellow is the Regional Vice President for the Delta with Together for Hope with Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.
Her professional and academic background includes a 19 year career at Delta State University where she was the former Regional Director for
the MDSC/AmeriCorps*VISTA program at Delta State University and served 5 years in an interim capacity as Director for The Center for Community
and Economic Development. L Nicole has a diverse education with a Bachelor's in Criminal Justice from Mississippi Valley State University, and
Master's in Criminal Justice from Delta State University, a Master's in Human Capital Development from the University of Southern Mississippi
and is also a Certified Economic Development Finance Professional from the National Development Council (New York).
She is a distinguished and diverse professional with 23 years of experience in case management, 23 years of community outreach and solutions development expertise, 21 years' experience with assisting non-profit organizations in developing and implementing strategic plans; 20 years of program management experience, 15 years as an educator and a lifetime of service to people and communities. Her education and experience makes her preeminent in working with grassroots communities, leadership development, program compliance and monitoring, volunteer management, and training & development.
Ms. Stringfellow has received numerous awards and recognitions but her most honorable achievements include being a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, being on the planning team for the inaugural cycling event - Civil Rides, planning multi-state conferences for the Corporation for National and Community Service and Lower MS Delta Service Corps, being a member of Class I with the Mid-South Delta Leaders Program (AR*LA*MS), and participating in the Learn and Service trip to South Africa with MSDI/Foundation for the Mid-South.