2022-2023 State 4-H Volunteer Leaders’ Association Officers

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The membership of the North Carolina 4-H Volunteer Leaders’ Association met on Saturday, February 5th to conduct the annual business meeting of the Association. During this business meeting, the 2022-2023 State 4-H Volunteer Leaders’ Association Officers were elected. Serving this year are:

Past President, Lisa Hanlon, Burke County

President, Alesia Moore, Franklin County

President Elect, Kim Lackey, Sampson County

Vice President, Pam Davis, Stokes County

Secretary, Melissa Herke, Caswell County

Treasurer, Karen Zika, Iredell County

Congratulations to the new officer team!

The membership of the North Carolina 4-H Volunteer Leaders’ Association includes all volunteer 4-H leaders in the state of North Carolina! Volunteer 4-H leaders include those persons who are non-salaried and involved in 4-H program development, delivery, or support at the community, county, district, or state level.

For more information on the North Carolina 4-H Volunteer Leaders’ Association, contact your local 4-H agent or a State 4-H Volunteer Leaders’ Association Officer!