Jackelyn Martin, M.P.A.
Jackie Martin is a Michigan State University Extension Educator with statewide 4-H leadership and civic engagement responsibilities housed primarily in Washtenaw County (Ann Arbor), Michigan. Jackie focuses on providing opportunities for youth to develop leadership skills and helps youth find their voice in democratic and community processes through an understanding of civic engagement. Jackie also works with adults to help them recognize the value of youth voice in decision-making. Jackie teaches youth a variety of tools to assist them in group decision-making including parliamentary procedure and consensus building tools including facilitation techniques.
In addition, Jackie serves as a supervisor for 4-H Program Coordinators in District 12, covering Hillsdale, Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe, and Washtenaw counties and travels frequently throughout the district.
Jackie holds a Master of Public Administration with an emphasis in nonprofit leadership. Jackie provides leadership to statewide programs including the Michigan 4-H State Youth Leadership Council and 4-H Capitol Experience.
Fun, business and learning in 4-H advisory group meetings
Published on December 19, 2022
Bolstering youth-adult partnerships as a protective factor for youth
Published on October 27, 2022
Elevating teen voices and leadership roles
Published on June 1, 2022
Michigan 4-H State Youth Leadership Council welcomes new members
Published on December 16, 2021
Preparing youth for meaningful conversations with experts
Published on October 29, 2021
Tips for successful hybrid 4-H meetings
Published on May 24, 2021
Voting in virtual 4-H club meetings
Published on October 26, 2020
Virtual community service projects
Published on September 8, 2020
Facilitating distance meetings with youth
Published on March 17, 2020