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The ACCESS 4-H Team not only consists of system experts and dedicated programmers, but also individuals with deep 4-H backgrounds--lifelong 4-H'ers with experience as volunteers, parents, and state/county staff. We speak the "language" of 4-H and understand the politics!
Ki Augusto is a graduate of the University of Maryland (BS, 2003). He joined National 4-H Council's ACCESS 4-H team in the fall of 2008. Ki brings a wealth of education-centered youth development, business, non-profit organization, and related technical experience as to the team as a former educational consultant, high school math teacher, and software-based project manager. He has also served as a technical support and professional development specialist on IT product for a large communications firm as well as previously for ACCESS 4-H. Ki has a passion for the cause of economic development for underserved populations through education world-wide, and believes that leveraging new technologies and providing supplemental educational experiences through 4-H (and like organizations) in support of this cause is essential for success. Ki enjoys learning about different cultures and speaks four languages.
Cindy Sperry is a lifelong 4-H’er from California. She is a graduate of UC Davis (BA, 2006) and worked as a student staffer in the state 4-H office for the tech team. She has also served on several state 4-H program committees and as president of the UC Davis Collegiate 4-H club. Her background in 4-H technology and leadership programs led her to a part-time internship at National 4-H Council while in college, and she joined the ACCESS 4-H team full-time in 2007. Cindy brings a wide variety of 4-H experience as well as expertise in system structure and implementation to the team, and focuses primarily on ACCESS 4-H program development. Cindy is also part of a military household, and is glad to maintain her office wherever the frequent moves take her. So far, that’s included California, Washington, Arizona, and North Carolina. She is fascinated by the different ways 4-H achieves its purpose, in settings across the world, while still providing a consistently high quality experience for its youth and volunteers. Her inspiration comes from the way 4-H nurtured her creativity and skills, and will do anything to help the program offer the same support to other families.
Sara Miller is a graduate of Oregon State University and Michigan State University (B.S. 2004, M.A. 2006). She joined the ACCESS 4-H team in May of 2011 although she has worked with the project since development as an Oregon 4-H staff member. As a 4-H alum, Collegiate 4-H’er, 4-H Leader, and a former county and state staff member Sara loves 4-H and is committed to helping 4-H staff utilize ACCESS 4-H to it’s fullest potential. Sara’s primary role is focused around 4-H Science which means you may hear from her when it’s time to update your Science Ready programs. She is also ACCESS 4-H’s west coast representative being based out of Oregon.
Meredith Muckerman is a graduate of the Savannah College of Art & Design (BFA, 2009). She began working on the ACCESS 4-H team in the Fall of 2010, her primary role being the support and training specialist for the program. Prior to working with ACCESS 4-H and the National 4-H Council, Meredith worked for a youth organization that offered free art classes to youth living in transitional housing communities in Washington, DC. Her passion for positive youth development helps drive her incentive to train 4-H professionals on how to use the ACCESS 4-H Online Management System as a tool to demonstrate to the nation the powerful impact 4-H has on the lives of 4-H’ers and their families.
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