1 J. Scott Angle Board Member Since Conner Hall Athens, GA (706) (706) Knob Creek Dr Athens, GA Scott Angle is Dean of the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, and Director of the Georgia Agricultural Experiment Station and Georgia Cooperative Extension. Prior to his UGA appointment in 2005, he was the Executive Associate Dean and Associate Director of the Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station, and Maryland Cooperative Extension, University of Maryland College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Dr. Angle is an authority on phytoremediation, having authored 350 scientific papers, reports, book chapters and other publications. Dr. Angle was a Fulbright Scholar in England and is a fellow of the American Society of Agronomy and the Soil Science Society of America. He has also been an OECD Fellow in Melbourne, AU. Scott Angle has received numerous national and international research and teaching awards, and is recognized most years at one of Georgia s most influential or notable citizens. He is the past chair of the Board on Agricultural Assembly, the management organization for U.S. agriculture deans. Teresa Angle, Spouse
2 Kathy Baldwin Board Member Since 2011 PO Box 8112 GSU 123 Melvin Dr. Statesboro, GA Cochran, GA (912) (478) (478) (478) Birthdate: September 3 Kathy Baldwin is currently the Southeast District Program Development Coordinator, former Bleckley County Extension Coordinator. Her Extension Career began in Alabama in In 1984, she moved to Georgia and began working in Bleckley County. She has received the D.W. Brooks Award of Excellence from the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and has been a William H. Booth state award winner. She was also a member of the Georgia 4-H Advisory Committee. Bill Baldwin, Spouse Ellie Baldwin, Daughter Auburn University, BS Georgia College & State University, MPA
3 Lonice C. Barrett Board Member Since 2002 Georgia State Capitol Room 142 Atlanta, GA (404) (404) Withmere Way Dunwoody, GA (770) (404) Birthdate: July 1 Lonice Barrett is currently serving as the special assistant to Governor Nathan Deal. He is also the former commissioner of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. Mr. Barrett was a Wahsega and Tybee 4-H Center counselor, and continues to be very involved as a 4-H alumnus. He served as the Vice-President of the Georgia Master 4-H Club from 1996 to He also formerly served as a member of the Georgia 4-H Advisory Committee. Mr. Barrett was a member of the 2007 Legacy Ball Silent Auction committee and the 2001 Legacy Ball Alumni Fundraising committee. Carol Barrett, Spouse Georgia Southern University, B.S. Georgia State University, M.A.
4 Wanda T. Barrs Board Member Since 2008 Due South Investments, LLC 201 Second Street, Ste Macon, GA (478) (478) Ruth Church Rd. Cochran, GA (478) (478) Birthdate: September 8 Wanda Barrs of Cochran, Georgia is a UGA Family and Consumer Sciences alumni. She served on the Bleckley County Board of for 12 years, including chairing the board from Since 2003, Ms. Barrs represented the Eighth Congressional District as GAS BOE Chair serving as Chair of Policy and Rules of the State Board of following her appointment to the board by Gov. Sonny Perdue. She is a long time 4-H volunteer in Bleckley County and constant supporter of 4-H and 4-H in the schools. Ms. Barrs has been an Associate with Knapp-Barrs & Associates, Inc. and a Member of the Middle Georgia College Foundation. She is a member of the American Forestry Foundation. Earl Barrs, Spouse Meredith Barrs Potter, Daughter Andy Barrs, Son University of Georgia, BSHE Home Economics, 1974 GA College and State University, MSED, 1977
5 Mike Beatty Board Member Since Executive Park South, NE Atlanta, GA (404) (404) Storey Lane Jefferson, GA (706) (706) Birthdate: June 1 Mike Beatty is a lifelong resident of Jackson County and a University of Georgia graduate. He worked as an educator, teaching and coaching football, for a total of eight years in the City of Jefferson, Banks County and Jackson County. He served in both the state House of Representatives and the state Senate. He was appointed by Governor Perdue as Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Community Affairs in Commissioner Beatty has increased support of 4-H through contract and grants divisions. He brought 4-H into Leadership Day at the capitol, and made 4-H one of the focal points of the day. Commissioner Beatty has asked 4-H to continue to be the host for the Georgia Youth Summit and has involved 4-H in Georgia s Workforce Ready initiative. Judy Beatty, Spouse Amanda Sorrow, Daughter University of Georgia
6 Commisioner Gary Black Board Member Since Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr, SW Atlanta, GA (404) B. Wilson Rd. Commerce, GA (706) (678) Commissioner Gary W. Black comes from a family with strong ties to 4-H and FFA. His wife, Lydia was a Rock Eagle Counselor and District Officer and his son, Ward was a District Officer and daughter, Caroline, was both District and State Officer. Black graduated from UGA with a degree in agricultural education in Commissioner Black began his career with the Georgia Farm Bureau in 1980 as a Field Representative, and later served as Coordinator for the State Young Farmer Program. In 1989, leaders of the Georgia Agribusiness Council, a chamber of commerce-like organization for farmers and agricultural business owners, tapped Black to serve as President a position he held for 21 years. Lydia Black, Spouse Ward Black, Son Caroline Black, Daughter University of Georgia, B.S.A.
7 Alex H. Booth Board Member Since W Peachtree St NW STE 900 Atlanta, GA (404) (678) PO Box 494 Grayson, GA (404) Alex Booth has been a partner with Hall Booth Smith, P.C. law firm for over twenty years. He has received numerous awards during his legal career and is an active member of the Atlanta and American Bar Associations as well as the Lawyers Club of Atlanta. While a student at UGA, Mr. Booth was head of the American Delegation of agricultural specialists who studied in the Soviet Union, Ukraine, Armenia, and Georgia during the height of the Cold War. He continues to support his alma mater by serving as an adjunct professor at the University of Georgia School of Law where he teaches the course on medical malpractice. Francine Booth, spouse University of Georgia, B.S.A., Cum Laude, 1978 University of Georgia, J.D., 1981
8 Joseph G. Burns Board Member Since 2005 P. O. Box 280 Grayson, GA (770) (770) PO Box 494 Grayson, GA (678) Birthdate: February 25 Joe Burns was a Spalding County 4-H er where he mastered in his Fruit and Vegetable Productions project. Joe currently resides in Grayson and is the President of Color Burst, a landscape company in metro Atlanta. Joe currently serves on the board of directors for AmericanHort, the national association representing the green industry. Pat Burns, Spouse Lauren Burns, Daughter Mandi Burns, Daughter Joe Pat Burns, Son Auburn University, Bachelor s degree Virginia Tech, Master s degree
9 Bob Burton Board Member Since Cleveland Road Bogart, GA (706) Post Oak Trl Athens, GA (706) (706) Birthdate: February 19 Bob Burton is CEO of the wholesale gift business, burton + BURTON, a family-owned business founded in 1982, located in Bogart Georgia. The company enjoys an international customer base, offers over 15,000 products, and currently employs a staff of over 250. Mr. Burton is a graduate of Leadership Athens and is a member of the Society of International business Fellows. He is a founding Director of National Bank of Georgia and has served on the Board of Directors for Athens Regional Medical Center, Athens Area Chamber of Commerce, Health Plan Select, Athens Academy Building Committee, and the Georgia Museum of Art. In 2004, the Georgia 4-H Foundation named the Burton 4-H Center on Tybee Island in honor of Mr. Burton and his wife, Maxine, for their continuing generosity and support of the Georgia 4-H Program. Maxine H. Burton, Spouse J. Michael Burton, Son Rachael Burton Dillon, Daughter Edward S. Dillon, Son-in-Law Robert Burton Dillon, Grandson Ella Louise Dillon, Granddaughter R. Elizabeth Dillon, Granddaughter University of Georgia, BS, Agriculture
10 Frank L. Carter Board Member Since Jones Avenue Waynesboro, GA (706) (706) Conifer Circle Augusta, GA (706) (706) Birthdate: September 30 Frank Carter is a partner in Medical Specialist a Medical practice in Waynesboro and Wrens Georgia. The Family Medicine Practice has a heavy emphasis on Obstetrics. He is a member of the Medical Association of Georgia, Georgia Board for Physician Workforce, the Georgia Academy of Family Medicine and serves on the Governors Council of Maternal and Infant Health. Frank Carter served for 4 years as a 4-H camp counselor at Tybee (Burton) 4-H Center, and served as camp manager 1981 and He and his wife Christy and two children lived in Waynesboro GA since 1993 and recently moved to Augusta. Dr. Carter served as the chair of the Foundation Board of Trustees from 2006 to Frank s children Kelly and Tripp both love being a part of Georgia 4-H. Christy Carter, Spouse Kelly Carter, Daughter Tripp Frank Carter, III, Son Valdosta State College, BS, Biology Medical College of Georgia, MD Medical Residency & Obstetrics Fellowship The Medical Center, Columbus, Georgia
11 April Crow Board Member Since 2001 P.O. Box 1734 Atlanta, GA (404) (404) Woodley Dr NW Atlanta, GA (404) (770) Birthdate: October 9 April Hembree Crow is a former 4-H er from Polk County. She began her career with The Coca- Cola Company in the Corporate Environmental Department in 1995 and held various positions in Scientific & Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance before returning to the environmental group in 2005 as a Senior Environmental Manager. She currently works as the Director of Sustainable Packaging at the Coca-Cola Company. She maintains an active role with several environmental organizations and is a board member of the Georgia Recycling Coalition, Keep Georgia Beautiful and the Sustainable Packaging Coalition. She served as the co-chair for the 2004 Legacy Ball. Mrs. Crow was a National 4-H winner in the Consumer Project, participated in the Congressional Intern Program under Senator Sam Nunn and was a Rock Eagle Camp Counselor from 1991 to She resides in Atlanta with her husband Brian and two children. Brian Crow, Spouse Garner Crow, Son Greer K. Crow, Daughter University of Georgia, BS, Environmental Health Georgia State University, MS, Instructional Tech.
12 Zippy Duvall Board Member Since 2006 PO Box 7068 Macon, GA (800) Bill Duvall Rd. Greensboro, GA Birthdate: April 4 Zippy Duvall was first elected President of Georgia Farm Bureau in December Prior to being elected President, Zippy served on the Georgia Farm Bureau Board of Directors representing the fourth district. In addition to serving as President of Georgia Farm Bureau Federation and its affiliate companies, he is a member of the Greene County Farm Bureau board of directors, a member of the board of directors of the American Farm Bureau and Southern Farm Bureau Life Insurance Company based in Jackson, Mississippi. He and his wife, Bonnie, operate a 215 brood cow beef operation, and are poultry producers, producing about 700,000 broiler chickens each year. The Duvall s are members of New Hope Baptist Church where Zippy serves as a deacon. Bonnie Duvall, Spouse Vince Duvall, Son Erin Duvall, Daughter-in-law Corrie Terry, Daughter Jared Terry, Son-in-law Zeb Duvall, Son Zellie Duvall, Daughter Ava Duvall, Granddaughter Tripp Duvall, Grandson
13 Guy Eberhardt Board Member Since 2008 PO Box 6313 Macon, GA (478) (478) Wellington Dr. Macon, GA (478) (478) Birthdate: May 18 Guy Eberhardt of Macon, Georgia is a realtor of long standing in Middle Georgia. Presently, his firm EBERHARDT & BARRY, INC. manages in excess of 1,000,000 square feet of residential lease space in Central Georgia in over 300 properties. In addition, properties held by Coldwell Banker Commercial Eberhardt & Barry include office, retail, industrial, development and motels / hotels. The Eberhardt family stepped forward with a 4-H endowment in honor of his dad, the late L.W. Hoop Eberhardt, who was a former Georgia 4-H Foundation Trustee, and former director of Cooperative Extension. Linton W. Lint Eberhardt III, Brother Linton W. Eberhardt, Father Eleanor Eberhardt, Mother University of Georgia, BBA University of Georgia, LLB
14 Karen Garrett Board Member Since Godfrey Rd. Madison, GA (404) (404) Birthdate: July 22 Karen Garrett works closely with her husband Mike Garrett who is the former President and CEO of Georgia Power. She was a member of Women of Georgia Power from 1971 to 1990, and member of the Alabama Power Service Organization from 1990 to From 2000 to 2004, Mrs. Garrett served as a charter member of the Community Connection in Mississippi and on the Gulf Coast Red Cross Board. Mrs. Garrett is known to be instrumental to establishing grants for new teachers in several organizations within three different states. Michael D. Garrett (Mike), Spouse Melissa and David Huddleston, Daughter/Son-in-law Adrienne & Thomas Hudson, Daugher/Son-in-law Leslie and Bill Allen, Daughter/Son-in-law And eleven grandchildren
15 Mike Giles Board Member Since S Enota Dr NE Gainesville, Georgia (770) Mike is currently serving as the President of the Georgia Poultry Federation. Mike was awarded the Skelton-Massey Award from the Georgia Society of Association Executives for recruiting the most new members for his organization.
16 Jerry Griffin Board Member Since Emerald Drive Jonesboro, GA (770) Birthdate: April 22 Mr. Jerry Griffin is a former 4-H member from Spalding County. Mr. Griffin served as a leadership counselor at Rock Eagle for five summers and as a 4-H Washington Intern for Senator Richard Russell. Jerry retired as the Executive Director of the Association County Commissioners of Georgia, and received the National Friend of Extension Award for his support of Extension & 4-H. Mr. Griffin is married to Janie Griffin; they met while serving as Rock Eagle Counselors. They both are lifelong supporters and friends of Georgia 4-H. Janie Griffin- Spouse The University of Georgia, BSE, 1967
17 Tommy Irvin Board Member Since 19 Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr, SW Atlanta, GA (404) (404) Toccoa Hwy Mount Airy, GA (706) Birthdate: July 14 Tommy Irvin is the former Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture. He served from He was elected to his 10th four- year term in November Irvin was the seventh Georgian to be inducted into the National 4-H Hall of Fame, and has also been inducted into the UGA College of Agriculture & Environmental Sciences Hall of Fame. Commissioner Irvin served four terms in the Georgia General Assembly as a Representative from Habersham County. He was the Governor s Floor Leader and later served as Executive Secretary to the Governor. Irvin is a Thirty-Third Degree Scottish Rite Mason and served as Grand Master of Masons in Georgia. He is also a Shriner, a member of Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity, an honorary member of Alpha Zeta Honor Fraternity, a member of the Gridiron and AGHON Societies of the University of Georgia, former Chair, and member of the Board of Trustees of Truett- McConnell College, and currently a trustee of Piedmont College. Commissioner Irvin and his wife, Bernice, live on a farm in the Glade Creek Community of Habersham County. They are the parents of five children, 14 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Bernice Irvin, Spouse
18 Dot Knox Board Member Since Main Street PO Box 539 Thomson, GA (706) (706) Lee St Thomson, GA (706) (706) Birthdate: July 17 Dot Knox is a successful realtor with Coldwell Banker, Watson & Knox, based out of Thomson, Georgia for 24 years. Ms. Knox was a member of the 2007 Legacy Ball Leadership Committee and the Co-Chair of the 2001 Legacy Ball Leadership Committee. She is a Master 4-Her and former State 4-H President from Bleckley County. She was the first female president of the Thomson Rotary Club and is the Chairman of Thomson First United Methodist Church Council. She also serves on the board for the Augusta Technical College Foundation, the local United Way Board, and the Ferst Foundation for Childhood Literacy in McDuffie County. Bob Knox, Spouse Laura Knox, Daughter Dottie Knox, Daughter Mary Ann Knox Cross, Daughter Laura J. Meadows, Sister Mary Meadows Sloop, Sister Joe Meadows, Brother Jenny Meadows, Sister The University of Georgia Bachelor of Science Master of
19 Jay Morgan Board Member Since 2008 PO Box Atlanta, GA (404) PO Box Atlanta, GA (404) (404) Birthdate: June 30 Jay Morgan is a former Talbot County 4-H'er. He is the President of The J. L. Morgan Company, Inc. based in Atlanta. The J. L. Morgan Company, Inc., is a public affairs and issues management consulting firm which assists clients in the ethical representation of their legitimate interests at all levels of government. Mr. Morgan has served extensively on statewide and national political campaigns. He has served as senior advisor to now U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson. He serves on the Government Affairs Council of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce and on the Georgia Public Policy Foundation Board of Governors. He previously served on the Georgia 4-H Advisory Committee, was a member of the Leadership committee for the Georgia 4-H 2001 Legacy Ball. He is a Master 4-H er and a former Rock Eagle 4-H Camp Counselor. Laura Morgan, Spouse Caroline Morgan, Daughter Victoria Morgan, Daughter Jason Morgan, Son
20 Randy Nuckolls Board Member Since K Street NW Washington, DC (202) (202) th St N Arlington, VA (703) Birthdate: November 22 Since 1986, Randy Nuckolls has been in private practice counseling clients on federal legislative, regulatory and government contracts matters. He began his career working on Capitol Hill as Legislative Counsel for Georgia Senator Herman Talmadge and subsequently spent six years as Chief Counsel and Legislative Director for Georgia Senator Sam Nunn. He is currently a partner at McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP, and counsels clients in regulatory matters before various federal agencies including the Federal Trade Commission, the Departments of Agriculture, Commerce,, Treasury, Defense and the General Services Administration. He also has particular expertise in agriculture, environment and natural resource policy issues. He has served as President of the University of Georgia Law School Association and on the Board of Visitors for the UGA School of Public & International Affairs and the UGA Honors Program. He is a past chairman and current Vice President for Programs of the Society of International Business Fellows. Suzanne Nuckolls, Spouse Caroline Nuckolls, Daughter Emily Nuckolls, Daughter Veda K. Nuckolls, Mother Dwana Nuckolls Malone, Sister University of Georgia, JD, Law University of Georgia, BSA, Agriculture Economics
21 Kathy S. Palmer Board Member Since 2000 P.O. Box 330 Swainsboro, GA (478) (478) Azalea Circle Swainsboro, GA (478) (706) Birthdate: February 20 Kathy Palmer of Swainsboro, Georgia, was an Emanuel County 4-H er. Early in her career, she worked with the Prosecuting Attorney s Council of Georgia and the Dekalb County Solicitor s Office. Mrs. Palmer was a partner in the law firm of Reeves and Palmer, before opening her own firm in In 2000, she was elected Superior Court Judge for the Middle Judicial Circuit of Georgia. She has served as Chair of the Board of Directors of East Georgia Healthcare Center, a chair and member of the Advisory Council for the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and as the Chairperson of the Protocol Committee for the Family Violence Task Force of the Middle Judicial Circuit. She became Chief Judge of the Middle Judicial Circuit in Kathy is a member of the Swainsboro/Emanuel Chamber of Commerce, and is a member of the UGA National Alumni Association Executive Board. She also is a frequent lecturer on legal topics and motivational themes throughout Georgia. Danny Palmer, Spouse Kyle Palmer, Son Kirk Palmer, Son University of Georgia, BS, Home Economics, 1976 University of Georgia, JD, 1979
22 Brandie Park Board Member Since 2008 Aurora Group 5500 Interstate North PKWY STE 550 Atlanta, GA (770) Heards Ferry Rd. Atlanta, GA (404) (404) Birthdate: June 23 Brandie Rucks Park of Atlanta, Georgia is a former Spalding County 4-H'er. Mrs. Park grew up on a dairy farm and was an outstanding state 4-H officer, 4-H camp counselor, and a master 4- H er in the Agriculture Project. She now is the President of the Aurora Group, Inc. consulting firm in Atlanta. Mrs. Park was the Corporate Fundraising chair for the Georgia 4-H 2004 Centennial Gala and the 2007 Legacy Ball. She also served as the 2010 Silent Auction Chair and is serving as the 2013 Gala Chair. She has annually sponsored the State 4-H Officers training and other State Officer needs for several years. She has served as a host committee member for Fashion Cares, and Fundraising Chair for Project Peds. Brad Park, Spouse Macgregor Park, Son Dorothy L. Rucks, Mother Charles Rucks, Father Kathleen Park, Daughter Courtney Perkins, Sister Saxon Cronin, Sister Leacheal Thomas, Sister University of Georgia, BSA, 1997
23 Thomas F. Rodgers Board Member Since Saint George Dr Athens, GA (706) (706) Birthdate: September 17 Tom Rodgers retired from Cooperative Extension in 1996 having served as State 4-H leader for 14 years and Assistant Director for County Operations for 3 years. He served as UGA's Associate V.P. for Public Service for 5 years and served for 3 years as the Associate Dean for the College of Family and Consumer Sciences at the University of Georgia. He worked part-time for UGA's Housing and Demographics Research Center. Dr. Rodgers has served as a board member for Athens Area Habitat for Humanity, Athens Interfaith Hospitality Homeless program, and the Athens Area Community Foundation. He served as a Lieutenant in the U.S Navy and is a Vietnam veteran. He has been recognized by the Georgia 4-H Agent Association as a Friend of 4-H, selected for Leadership Georgia, and was a torch bearer in the 1996 Olympics. He and his son Jim own three Zaxby s restaurants. Janie Rodgers, Spouse Scott Rodgers, Son James Rodgers, Son Eloise Rodgers Hancock, Sister North Carolina State, Ed.D., Adult University of Georgia, MS, Agricultural Economics University of Georgia, BS, Animal Science
24 Gracie Rowe Board Member Since Southbridge Rd. Franklin, GA (770) (248) Gracie served on Northwest district junior and senior boards and was a state representative on the State Board of Directors. She was also involved in Health Rocks, project achievement, Cotton Bowl and Consumer Judging, and was a member of Clovers and Company for six years. Last summer she was a camp counselor at Rock Eagle. Now, she attends UGA and intends to major in Broadcast Journalism. Gracie is on the Student Government Association's Freshmen Board and is a member of Collegiate 4-H. University of Georgia, Student
25 Anne Sapp Board Member Since Riveredge Pkwy, Ste 700 Atlanta, GA (404) (404) Northwood Ave Atlanta, GA (404) (404) Birthdate: July 12 Anne W. Sapp has been practicing law in Atlanta for 23 years, practicing in the area of Eminent Domain as Special Assistant to the Georgia State Attorney General. Ms. Sapp is a former Fulton County 4-H er, and served as Chair of the 2010 Legacy Ball. She is a former Rock Eagle leadership counselor, and former district and state officer. She is a Master 4-H er, winning in the Fashion Revue at the State and National level. Ms. Sapp participated in Washington Intern program and won the State Leadership Award. She also serves V.P for programming of the board of directors for Usher s New Look Foundation, the Strategic Planning Advisory Committee for Children s Healthcare of Atlanta, and volunteers at The Bridge, a residential care program for severely abused teens, and the Joseph Sams School, a program for children with special needs. David J. Sapp, Spouse Don A. Woolf, Father Maxanne Woolf, Mother Donna Woolf Qualls, Sister University of Georgia, BSHE, 1983 University of Georgia, JD, 1986
26 Raj Shah Board Member Since Marquis Two Tower 285 Peachtree Center Ave., NE Atlanta, GA (404) (678) Main St. NE Apt Atlanta, GA (248) Birthdate: December 17 Raj is a former Gwinnett County 4-Her. He was a Cherokee Leadership Counselor at Rock Eagle in He served on the Georgia 4-H Advisory Committee from Raj is an attorney focusing on health care litigation, compliance, and regulatory matters with Parker, Hudson, Rainer and Dobbs. Prior to law school, Raj interned with the Peace Corps in Honduras and worked in Washington D.C. at the National 4-H Council. University of Georgia, BSA, 2006 University of Georgia, MPA, 2006 University of Georgia, JD, 2010
27 Johnelle Simpson Board Member Since Bourbon Street Donaldsville, GA (229) (229) Birthdate: September 21 During his 4-H career Simpson mastered in Public Speaking. Simpson is now studying Risk - Management and Insurance, co- International Business and Political Science with a pre-law intent. His achievements at the University of Georgia have landed him the University of Georgia Residence Hall Association and National Residence Hall Honorary Student of the Year Award. As being state immediate past-president of the MD-18 Lion s Leo Club, Simpson has been awarded the International Leo of the Year Award. University of Georgia, Student
28 Beverly Sparks Board Member Since 2007 Cooperative Extension Service 111 Conner Hall University of Georgia Athens, GA (706) Snapfinger Dr Athens, GA (706) Beverly Sparks currently serves as the Associate Dean for Extension for the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at the University of Georgia. She was raised in Tifton, Georgia and holds degrees in entomology and horticulture from UGA as well as a Ph.D. in entomology from Louisiana State University. Her career in Extension now spans thirty-two years with the last twenty-five at UGA Extension. Beverly currently serves as the representative of the Association of Southern Region Extension Directors on the National 4-H Board of Trustees Allen Tibbetts, Spouse Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College AS, Agriculture University of Georgia BSA, Horticulture University of Georgia Master s, Entomology Louisiana State University Ph. D., Entomology
29 Kirby A. Thompson Board Member Since 1993 SunTrust 1825 Castleway Ln NE 1155 Peachtree St, STE 900 Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA (404) (404) (404) (404) Birthdate: September 19 Kirby Thompson is a Georgia 4-H Foundation Board of Trustees Past Chair. He is Senior Vice President of Community and Government Affairs at SunTrust Bank. He was the owner of KAT Consulting, Inc., a public affairs company. Mr. Thompson was the Vice President of Community and Legislative Affairs for Equifax, responsible for The Equifax Foundation and managing state and federal legislative affairs, until Prior to Equifax, he spent three years as Vice President of Georgia Government Relations and six years as Vice President of Community Relations for Citizens at Southern National Bank (predecessor of NationsBank/Bank of America). He was Senator Sam Nunn s Legislative Assistant in Washington, D.C., from 1978 until Mr. Thompson is a board member for the Georgia Council on Economic, Eagle Ranch, and serves on various committees for both the Georgia Chamber of Commerce and Metro Atlanta Chamber. Roseanne C. Thompson, Spouse University of Georgia, BBA, Marketing, 1976
30 Rebecca Thomas Board Member Since Commerce St Summerville, GA (706) Hamp Brewer Circle Sumerville, Georgia (706) (706) Birthdate: May 19 Mrs. Rebecca Thomas of Summerville, Georgia is currently serving as the Extension Coordinator the Chattooga County 4-H Club. A Georgia 4-H alumnus, she is a member of the Georgia Association of Extension 4-H Agents, where she served as the president from 2009 to Wesley Thomas, Spouse Stetson Thomas, Son Matthew Salmon, Son Zach Thomas, Son Dylan Thomas, Son Garrett Salmon, Son Hamp Thomas, Son JSU University of Florida