Jodie Fetter began her career at Boys & Girls Clubs as an intern in 2009. As a recent graduate of Appalachian State University in Criminal Justice, she was enamored with the mission and impact the Club made on her local community of Carteret County. Throughout the last nine years, she has served the organization in multiple capacities such as a Unit Director, Director of Program Services and Director of Operations. In 2013, she obtained her Masters of Human Services in Child Protection from Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Currently, she is in the position as a Director of Outcome Measurement. In this role, she assists 17 Clubs with data collection, analysis, and interpretation. This role has allowed her to work behind the scenes to ensure programmatic operations and the Club environment are making an impact on our youth each and every day!
She currently lives in Newport with her husband, Gary and has three “fur babies” Von, Olivia, and Felix. She spends her time outside the Club at her family’s farm, visiting VA to see her sweet niece Kennedy, reading, and enjoys spending her days in the sunshine.