Extension 4-H Specialist
Grant Development
University of Georgia
305 Hoke Smith Annex
Athens, GA 30622

Jenna Daniel serves as the Extension 4-H Specialist for Grant Development for Georgia 4-H and the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension.  In this role, she works with county personnel to secure funding through grant opportunities.

A native of Kentucky, Jenna was an active 4-H member growing up raising and showing livestock, competing on livestock, meats and skillathon competitive teams, and serving as the state 4-H President. In 2008, Jenna received her Bachelors of Science in Agriculture with a minor in Business Administration from Western Kentucky University. Following graduation, Jenna was accepted as a teaching assistant in the Masters of Agricultural Leadership Program and obtained her degree in 2010.

Jenna began her career with UGA Extension in 2011 in as the Georgia 4-H Program Assistant. She later shifted into the role of Program Coordinator for the AmeriCorps State Grant. In this role she coordinated a federal grant and supported county 4-H faculty with evaluations. In 2012 Jenna transferred to Northeast District as the Walton County 4-H Agent.

Jenna is married to Buck Daniel, metal fabricator and owner of Daniel Metal Works. They reside in Bogart and are the proud parents of a 1 year old son.