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About Me

My priority as a 4-H educator is to provide a constructive learning environment and make a positive impact on the lives of young people. I want to make sure that every young person has an opportunity to expand their knowledge and engage in something they truly have a passion for while gaining important life skills. When I see 4-H members accomplish their goals or step out of their comfort zone to learn something new, it makes the long hours of my job worth it. I hold an associate degree in agriculture from Murray State College, a bachelor’s degree in animal science from Oklahoma State University and a master’s degree in agricultural leadership from Oklahoma State University. 

 

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