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I assist with every program area provided through the county office – agriculture, family and consumer sciences, and 4-H youth development – and enjoy them all. I also put together the county office newsletters and I’m usually the person who people meet when they bring by soil, water or forage samples. I maintain all bookkeeping and financial needs of the office. As of 2021, I am a certified 4-H volunteer for Washington County aiding members in youth development at various activities and events as well as the parent volunteer association for our county.
A Washington County native and graduate of Dewey High School in 2016, I became involved in 4-H at an early age and was also active in the Oklahoma FFA organization. I earned my bachelor’s degree in animal science from Oklahoma State in 2019. My favorite part of college was getting to serve as the Cline Equine Teaching Center’s breeding and foaling manager. I was able to help manage and grow the American Quarter Horse Association herd while teaching fellow students and learning vital operation practices. In 2021, I began my Master's program here at OSU in the Agriculture Education, Communication, and Leadership department to further my knowledge and capabilities to serve all of Oklahoma.