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. In the decade prior to this appointment, she held teaching positions throughout Washington, Idaho and Taiwan primarily focused on natural resource science and community-based education.
Before joining the WSU Extension team, Alison was the Nature Science Director of the Yakima Area Arboretum and an Environmental Educator for the North Yakima Conservation District.
Friday June 11th
Capnote: Youth in Action Award Winner
Join Washington State Extension Regional 4-H Youth Development Specialist, Alison White, and Mayyadah Zagelow, National 4-H Youth in Action Award Winner as they share their state's inclusion advocacy approach through the Washington State 4-H Teen Equity and Inclusion Task Force.