Program Coordinator, 4-H and Youth Development
University of Illinois Extension
925 E. Harris
Greenville, IL 62246
Vicki Enloe is the Bond County 4-H/Youth Program Coordinator for the University of Illinois Extension. As the Program Coordinator Ms. Enloe’s primary responsibility is to maintain and promote the 4-H program in Bond County, provide programming for the 4-H youth, plan and oversee annual projects shows and an annual awards program for the 4-H members. She is also responsible for obtaining new volunteers and retaining current volunteers, volunteer training and recognition.
Ms. Enloe holds a bachelor’s degree from Greenville College Greenville, IL. Although raised in St. James, Missouri, Ms. Enloe has resided in Bond County Illinois for the past 22 years. She and her family live in Mulberry Grove, Illinois.
Ms. Enloe comes to the Extension team with a very diverse background in health, administration and education. She worked in the Dental field for more than 12 years, then taught Dental Assisting at a Health Careers College where she later became the Dental Program manager and finally the Director of Education at Allied College of health Careers. When her family needed her to be home more, Ms. Enloe began looking for a job closer to home and her love for 4-H brought her to her current position.
Ms. Enloe is very dedicated to helping the Bond County 4-H program grow and continue to be better. She is very passionate about working with youth to promote leadership and community service in order to help them grow into wonderful adults. Ms. Enloe is excited to meet new 4-h members, parents and volunteers. She welcomes any questions, comments or feedback as it is her dream to keep 4-H going well into the future.