Angela Miller grew up on a farm in rural eastern New Mexico. Miller, graduated from New Mexico State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Studio Art-Photography. While at NMSU, she began working at the New Mexico State 4-H Office helping the State Youth Development Specialist in Agriculture and Natural Resources. After graduating, Miller moved to Texas and began working for Texas A&M University Extension as a County Extension Agent-4-H & Youth Development serving 2 counties. This experience was the first of many working with youth programming.
In 2014 Miller, her husband, and her 2 children moved to Galena, IL and soon after, she began working for University of Illinois Extension as the Program Coordinator 4-H Youth Development in Jo Daviess County. Miller is responsible for managing, monitoring and supporting the 4-H program in Jo Daviess County. She also works with youth, volunteers and other professionals to plan and implement educational programs for all youth in the county.
Angela Miller can be reached at University of Illinois Extension by calling 815-858-2273. More information about Extension programs and resources can be found on the web at go.illinois.edu/jsw