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4-H Staff Directory

Lee Anna Deal
SE District 4-H Program Development Coordinator

P.O. Box 8112
Statesboro, Georgia 30460-8112

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Emailaddress: leeannam@uga.edu

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4-H Program Development -- Southeast
  
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Lee Anna Deal is the 4-H Program Development Coordinator serving 39 counties in UGA Extension's Southeast District.  As a PDC, Lee Anna provides training, support,and coaching to the 4-H agents, associates, and program assistants in the counteis located in Southeastern Georgia. 

Lee Anna started her 4-H journey like many, in 5th grade with a great experience at Cloverleaf Project Achievement and 4-H Camp.  She also showed livestock.  She was raised on a farm in Bulloch County, GA and became interested in a career with UGA Extension after an intership wtih Bulloch County Extension.  She is an alumna of Georgia Southern University.  She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Child and Family Development and a MEd in Higher Education Administration.

Prior to joining the SE District team in December 2015, Lee Anna served as the County Extension 4-H Agent in Bulloch County for 10 years.  Her Extension career began in 2001 in Glascock, Warren, & McDuffie Counties.  She also served as the 4-H Agent in Effingham County.  In 2010, Deal was nominated by her peers to receive the William H. Booth Award winning the distinguished honor among 4-H agents in SE District.  In 2015, she recieved the Continuing Excellence Award for the Georgia Association of Extension 4-H Agents.  She has also recieved the Achievement in Service and Distinguished Service Awards from the Georgia and National Associations of Extension Agents.  She served as the National Chair of the NAE4-HA Professional Development Committee from 2013-2015.  She is also a member of Epsilon Sigma Phi Extension Honor Society. 

Lee Anna resides in Statesboro, Georgia with her husband Eric, and their two children Addie and Rylan. 






 
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