We are pleased to announce that Amy Mangan-Fischer from Jackson, Wisconsin, has accepted the Extension Washington County 4-H Program Coordinator position, effective March 4, 2019.
Washington County 4-H has over 700 youth members enrolled in 19 community clubs, with 270 adult volunteers. Amy will provide leadership, guidance and oversight to 4-H in Washington County, fostering the growth and management of this dynamic program.
Amy has a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction, and years of experience working with organizations, planning events, and coordinating volunteers. She previously taught in the Germantown School District, and in South Milwaukee. Most recently, Amy served as 4-H Program Coordinator for Extension Fond du Lac County, and before that, as Interim 4-H Youth Development Educator for Extension Washington County.
“Amy brings a wealth of hands-on experience and knowledge to Washington County 4-H,” says Cindy Sarkady, Area Extension director. “Her leadership will benefit not only our adult volunteers, but most importantly, our youth. Our 4-H mission is empowering the next generation of leaders. We are thrilled to have Amy join our team and are confident that with her guidance, 4-H will sustain its valuable educational presence in Washington County into the future.”