Extension Agent – 4-H Youth Development
Amy Walker is the 4-H Agent for Nicholas County. Her Bachelor's degree is in English with minors in Biology and Green Studies from Davis and Elkins College and she holds a Master’s in Agricultural Science from Colorado State University.
Amy is a lifelong 4-H'er, having started as a Cloverbud in Washington state. At age six, her family moved to Gilmer County, where Amy continued her involvement in 4-H with the Tanner Pioneers 4-H Club. At age 11, she joined the Mt. Laural 4-H Dancers, a 4-H club based in Braxton County. Amy continued to perform Irish, Scottish, and Morris dance into her college years.
In 2011, she was hired as the 4-H Program Assistant in Webster County and held that position for five and a half years until funding cuts eliminated the position. Hired as the 4-H Agent in Nicholas County in April of 2020, Amy looks forward to sharing her passion for 4-H and expanding the 4-H program in Nicholas County.