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Yakima County 4-H Staff
Callie Jane Bailey
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Program Specialist, 4-H Youth Development
My name is Callie Jane Bailey and I was born and raised in White Swan and now reside in Toppenish. I spent 12 years in a local 4-H Club doing many different projects from beef, to quilting, and to going to Olympia with the KYG Delegation. I still enjoy quilting and working with cattle, sometimes I love to rodeo on the side as well. I have an AAAS Animal Science degree, and an AAAS Agri-Business degree both from Walla Walla Community College. I was raised on a cattle ranch and helped my parent’s private wildland firefighting company going out on a supply truck for a couple summers before coming to work at the Extension Office. I look forward to working with everyone
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Program Manager, 4-H Youth Development
Jenny Loyd spent her childhood in Springfield, Illinois and received her B.S. in Horticulture from the University of Illinois. Her family includes two sons, a husband, and one Golden Retriever. Jenny has been part of the 4-H “family” since 2007 as the Yakima County 4-H Program Coordinator/Manager, but has worked intermittently with various WSU Extension faculty members since 1993. Jenny provides management of the Yakima County 4-H program with a focus on adult volunteer management.
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Extension Regional Specialist, 4-H Youth Development
Alison White joined the WSU Extension team in 2013. As a regional faculty member, Alison works in both Yakima and Kittitas counties providing leadership, with an emphasis on youth development research and fund development, for 4-H Youth Development programs. After earning her bachelors in Natural Resource Sciences, concentration in Wildlife Ecology, from Washington State University (Go Cougs!), she continued on to receive a Master’s in Education, focused in Curriculum and Instruction, from the University of Washington. Over the last nine years, she has held teaching positions throughout Washington, Idaho & Taiwan primarily focused on natural resource science and community-based education. Before joining the WSU Extension Alison was the Nature Science Director of the Yakima Area Arboretum and an Environmental Educator for the North Yakima Conservation District. Born in Yakima, with strong connections throughout Eastern Washington.
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WSU Yakima County Extension is located inside the Yakima County Resource Center, right next to the Union Gap Mall:
Closed or limited hours on Holidays.
*Please consider making an appointment if you wish to meet with Jenny or Alison in-person, as their office hours vary week-to-week based on meeting and training schedules.