Everyone who moved into the new ANR building located at 2801 Second Street in Davis has a new phone number. Before calling them, please check the ANR directory for their new phone numbers. Email addresses remain unchanged.
The following units have relocated to the new building:
- 4-H Foundation
- 4-H Youth Development Program
- Academic Personnel Unit
- Business Operations Center
- Communication Services and Information Technology
- Contracts and Grants
- Development Services
- Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP)
- Facilities Planning and Management
- Risk & Safety...
We are pleased to announce that Shannon Dogan has been selected as Associate Director of Program and Policy - 4-H Youth Development for the Statewide Youth, Families and Communities Program, effective May 1. As associate director, Dogan will provide statewide programmatic leadership as well as administrative and operational support to the 4-H Youth Development Program and serve as its director.
“Chosen from a group of highly qualified applicants, Shannon possesses a unique set of skills, experience and abilities needed for success in this position,” said Sharon Junge, acting 4-H director and HFC Strategic Initiative leader, who will retire March 31. “Her command of youth development research and theory and passion for...
We are pleased to announce that Connie Schneider has been selected to be director of the Statewide Youth, Families and Communities Program, effective April 1. As director, Schneider will provide statewide programmatic leadership as well as administrative and operational support to youth development and nutrition education programming.
Chosen from a group of highly qualified applicants, we feel Schneider possesses the unique set of skills and background needed to succeed in this role.
The new program Schneider will oversee encompasses the 4-H Youth Development Program (4-H YDP) and Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP), as well as other ANR youth, nutrition, family and community...
Statewide YFC program org chart unveiled
The organizational chart for the new Statewide Youth, Families and Communities Program has been released. The new program encompasses the administration and leadership for the 4-H Youth Development Program (4-H YDP) and Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP), as well as other ANR youth, nutrition, family and community programs.
Last June, AVP Barbara Allen-Diaz announced the restructuring of nutrition education, youth and community programs with the goals of improving the communication between county and state offices, identifying new opportunities for collaborative efforts, streamlining administrative functions, maximizing funds and other...
Sharon Junge returns to retirement in March
Sharon Junge, interim statewide 4-H Youth Development Program director and Healthy Families and Communities (HFC) Strategic Initiative leader, will end her recall from ANR retirement in March. In addition to a distinguished ANR career, Junge has provided critical leadership to ANR and spearheading organizational shifts and transitions including the newly created Youth, Families and Communities (YFC) statewide program, serving on Program Council and leading the development and organization of the HFC strategic plan and conference. After a year with EFNEP in Sacramento, Junge became the 4-H Youth Development and Nutrition, Family and Consumer Sciences advisor for Placer...