County 4-H Management Board
Napa County 4-H Management Board
What is the Napa County 4-H Management Board?
The overall purpose of the Napa County 4-H Management Board (YDMB) is to provide space for youth and 4-H adult volunteers to work in partnership with the University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE) 4-H Youth Development Program (YDP) to grow the county 4-H YDP and improve 4-H programming. Working in partnership with 4-H YDP personnel, the YDMB provides leadership for the development of a strategic plan that guides program and fund development efforts in the county 4-H YDP.
Who can participate?
Management Board Positions: Appointed 4-H adult volunteers and senior 4-H members (14-19 years old).
Committee Members: Appointed 4-H adult volunteers and intermediate/senior 4-H members (11-19 years old).
4-H Management Board Committees:
Community Relations Committee
Project Learning & Development Committee
Incentives & Recognition Committee
4-H Camp Committee
Learn more about Management Board positions and committees HERE.
2022-2023 4-H Management Board
Chair: Belia Ramos
Youth Chair: Milly Kane
Vice Chair: Jennifer Jensen
Treasurer: Meg Ragan
Secretary: Gianna Giorsetto
Community Relations Chair: April Damron
Community Relations Youth Chair: Austen Jensen
Project Learning & Development Chair: VACANT
Project Learning & Development Youth Chair: Julian Damron
Incentives & Recognition Chair: Tammy Hill
Incentives & Recognition Youth Chair: Presely Brazell
Fundraising Chair: VACANT
Fundraising Youth Chair: VACANT
4-H Camp Youth Representative: VACANT
Fund Request Application
4-H Clubs and/or projects will submit a fund request application online.
Applications are due by November 1.
Applications will also be accepted in the spring on an as needed basis.
Fund request applications will be individually reviewed by the Finance Committee of the Napa County 4-H Management Board.
In addition to the online application, 4-H youth members will have the opportunity to submit a 2-minute video presenting their request.
4-H youth members who receive funding will agree to make an oral report at the May 4-H Management Board meeting.
** The 4-H Management Board will not fund requests 100%; independent fundraising must be completed.
** Submitting a request does not guarantee funding; the 4-H Management Board may not be able to fulfill all requests.