Kat VanDouser is a Michigan State University Extension 4-H Program Coordinator for Livingston County. Her role at MSU Extension is to focus on traditional 4-H program areas, as well as facilitating volunteer recruitment, training, support, and management.
List of programs Kat coordinates include:
- Community and Project Clubs
- Volunteer recruitment and training
- Livestock project workshops
- Exploration Days
- 4-H Councils and Committees
Kat is a 4-H alumni from Oakland County, where she participated in Exploration Days and State Awards, and served as a club officer within her clubs. Prior to her work in 4-H, Kat worked privately as a Dog Trainer. Kat graduated from Michigan State University with a bachelor’s degree in Zoology with a concentration in Animal Behavior and Neurobiology.
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