Andrea Vessel elected to National 4-H Board

January 17, 2013  |   News and Photos   |     |   Comments Off on Andrea Vessel elected to National 4-H Board

“As youth-adult partnerships are key to our organizations’ success, the inclusion of young people in our strategic decision making process is imperative as we continue to steer 4-H in creative new directions,” said James C. Borel, Chairman, National 4-H Council Board of Trustees. “Tess and Andrea bring a wealth of valuable experience and fresh perspective to the Board and we are looking forward to their contributions.”

Vessel brings 12 years of 4-H youth experience to the Board of Trustees. A former Ohio State Ambassador, Vessel was selected as an Ohio delegate to the National 4-H Congress in 2010 and served as a collegiate facilitator to the National 4-H Conference in 2012. She hasalso served as president of the Extreme Team 4-H Club, been a member of the Ohio State 4-H Fashion Board and the Ohio Teen Council and earned the State Leadership Achievement Award, Ohio State Fair 4-H Exhibits and Activities Scholarship, and Outstanding Family and Consumer Sciences Member Award. Currently, Andrea is a member of the National 4-H Healthy Living Management Team and is a Justice and Law major at American University in Washington, D.C.

Tess Hammock, a fiveyear 4-H member, served on the 2011-2012 Georgia 4-H Board of Directors and has won numerous state and national honors. An Agricultural Communications major at the University of Georgia where she is a Presidential Leadership Scholar,

“Tess and Andrea are prime examples of how 4-H can positively impact young people’s lives,” said Donald T. Floyd, Jr., National 4-H Council President and CEO. “We are excited to leverage their unprecedented knowledge of the 4-H system as we continue to build and deliver high-quality 4-H positive youth development programs to millions of young people across the country and around the world.”

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