State 4-H Leadership Teams

Meet the Leadership Team

2016-2017 State 4-H Officers

2016 - 2017 4-H State Officers Team
2016-2017 4-H State Officers
Back row from left to right: Stacy Swope, Savannah Kircher, Carli Allbright, Clay Bob Stearns, Elisa Davidson, Savannah Graves, Teresa Doherty.

The 2016-2017 New Mexico 4-H state officers were elected during the 4-H State Conference in July. They have begun planning many activities for their fellow 4-H members. This year's officers are Clay Bob Stearns of Lincoln County, president; Carli Allbright of Dona Ana County, vice president; Elisa Davidson of Dona Ana County, secretary; Savannah Kircher of Roosevelt County, treasurer; Savannah Graves of Chaves County, reporter; Stacy Swope of Luna County, parliamentarian; Teresa Doherty of San Juan County, song and recreation leader.

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.

President - Clay Bob Stearns

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Vice President - Carli Allbright

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Secretary - Elisa Davidson

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Treasurer - Savannah Kircher

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Reporter - Savannah Graves

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Parliamentarian -Stacy Swope

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Song and Rec - Teresa Doherty

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2016 Ambassadors and Diplomats

2016 State 4-H Diplomats
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Diplomats Left to Right: Hannah Grant-Bernalillo County, Katelynn Kenyon-De Baca County, Emilee Montoya-Dona Ana County, Savannah Williams-San Juan County.

2016 State 4-H Ambassadors
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Ambassadors Left to Right: Faith Bohannon-Cibola County, Gabriel Doherty-San Juan County, Bella Lucero-Bernalillo County, Brianna Chavez-Socorro 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.