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    Sedgwick County

    Sedgwick County
    7001 W. 21st Street N.
    Wichita, Ks  67205
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    8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    Monday - Friday

    316-660-0100
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    Executive Board

    Sedgwick County Extension Board 

    Program Development Committee (PDC) Members / Extension Council Members

    The Program Development Committees each consist of six elected members that represent the community. The election is held each October, and every eligible voter in Sedgwick County may come vote. PDC members work together with extension agents to develop local programming throughout the year and promote the mission of K-State Research and Extension. Kansas extension county laws require four program development committees, with six or more members serving on each committee. In counties, members of the committees are elected, and additional members may be appointed. 

    There are four PDC areas: Agriculture and Natural Resources, Community Development, Family and Consumer Sciences, and 4-H Youth Development. Each of the four areas hosts six elected PDC members with a term that lasts two years.

    4-H Youth Development

    Empowering youth to reach their full potential by working and learning in patnership with caring adults is at the heart of 4-H. This PDC works to develop programming that best fits the needs of kids through after-school programs, school and community clubs, and 4-H camp.

    NamePDC Term EndsFirst / Second Term
    Brandon DillsDec. 2021Second
    Luke NicholsDec. 2021First
    Dagny WaldmeierDec. 2021First
    Stephanie HaysDec. 2020Second
    Mandi SmarshDec. 2020First
    Marc YungDec. 2020Second
    Agriculture and Natural Resources

    This PDC works to establish programming that serves area producers,
    growers, farmers, and individuals interested in community beautification.

    NamePDC Term EndsFirst / Second Term
    Everett PriceDec. 2021Second
    Mark BergkampDec. 2021First
    Darryl HammDec. 2021First
    Jackie NevilleDec. 2020Second
    Jeff OttoDec. 2020First
    Irene DenaultDec. 2020First
    Community Development

    Building community is essential to the mission of Extension. This PDC
    strives to create a vision across traditional geographical, sociological, and
    political boundaries by promoting Extension activities and creating program
    opportunities that assist civic leaders in Sedgwick County.

    NamePDC Term EndsFirst / Second Term
    Cara GrierDec. 2021First 
    Maggie BallardDec. 2021First
    Donna WiseDec. 2021Second
    Mikel BowyerDec. 2020Second
    Donna Pearson-McClishDec. 2020First
    Joshua MolelloDec. 2020First
    Family and Consumer Sciences

    Creating healthy and sustainable families is central to the work of family and
    consumer sciences. Members of the FCS PDC aim to develop programs that
    meet the needs of today’s families when it comes to health, nutrition, family
    resources, adult development and personal growth.

    NamePDC Term EndsFirst / Second Term
    Jaleen ClaassenDec. 2021First
    Margo McDonaldDec. 2021Second
    Bonnie HitzemanDec. 2021First
    Angela BucknerDec. 2020Second
    Donna Hawley-WolfeDec. 2020First
    Heidi WellsDec. 2020First

    Resources for Local Board Members

    Board Leadership Modules
    Board Leadership Modules
    Year-End Summary (pdf)
    Excellence in Board Leadership 
    Assessment (pdf)
    Board Excellence Newsletter