State 4-H Leadership Teams
Meet the Leadership Team
- 2018-2019 State 4-H Officers
- The 2018-19 Leadership Team Members
- Ambassadors and Diplomats
- 2018 Diplomats
- 2018 Ambassadors
- State 4-H Leadership Team Applications
2018-2019 State 4-H Officers
The New Mexico State 4-H Officers are elected during the State 4-H Conference in July each year. Once they have been elected, they begin planning many activities for their fellow 4-H members.
As members of the state officer team they will plan and conduct Youth Get-Away, State Conference and provide county and multi-county leadership workshops. They will also contact public officials on 4-H-related matters and help at the New Mexico State Fair.
The 2018-19 Leadership Team Members
President - Anne Hodnett, DoÃ±a Ana CountyVice President - Marco Gutierres, Sandoval County Secretary - Maggi Loudermilk, Chaves County Treasurer - John Wyatt Hemphill, Lincoln County Reporter - Bailey Grady, Roodevelt County Parliamentarian - Katelynn Kenyon, De Baca County Song and Recreation Leader - Cursten Blanton, Grant County
Ambassadors and Diplomats
Annick Ambrose - Sandoval CountyKaitlyn Kircher - Roosevelt County Evan Webster - Union County Jeremiah Woodall - Doña Ana County
Leah Elsey - Lincoln CountyRandy Halvorsen - Doña Ana County Alyssa McAlister - Roosevelt County Hallie Vigil - Rio Arriba County
State 4-H Leadership Team Applications
The leadership team consists of senior 4-H members that are officers, diplomats, and ambassadors. Certification and / or applications for State Officer positions are sent out by the State 4-H Office in late spring and must be returned to the State 4-H Office by mid June. Certification and / or applications for State Ambassador and Diplomat positions are sent out by the State 4-H Office in August and must be returned to the State 4-H Office by mid November. Ambassador and Diplomat information and forms will be posted at a later date.