UT Extension Agent Anna Johnson recently earned her Master’s Degree and was promoted to Extension Agent II.
Published: 4:24 PM, 02/04/2014
Source: The Herald-News
Anna Johnson, extension agent with the University of Tennessee Extension in Rhea County, completed her master’s degree in December in agricultural leadership education and communication.
Johnson has been employed in Rhea County in the area of Family Consumer Science for 11 years. She was promoted in August to Extension Agent II and was recognized in September at the Galaxy Conference in Pittsburg, Penn., as a National Distinguished Service Award recipient with the Tennessee Association of 4-H Workers.
Her programs have impacted both youth and adult audiences in the county. She has taught Dining with Diabetes, Living Well With Chronic Conditions, Canning Colleges as well as working with youth completing service projects such as Relay for Life and the Ronald McDonald House.
Johnson’s 4-H programs include Outdoor Meat Cookery, 4-H record books and public speaking. During her master’s course work she created a photography program for her creative component that included lessons for beginner and advanced photographers. She plans to conduct a beginner course in the fall and will be open to both adults and youth.