Julian Inniss graduated from Mount Saint Clare College with a bachelor's of general studies. Julian started his work for University of Illinois Extension as a 4-H special interest (SPIN) program coordinator in 2012 serving Henderson, Knox, McDonough and Warren counties. During Julian's time as a SPIN coordinator, he has completed the Illinois 4-H Shooting Sports coordinator training. He also is a For Inspiration and Recognition for Science and Technology (FIRST) volunteer for the FIRST LEGO League and FIRST Tech Challenge.
Julian believes that 4-H promotes life-long learning that improves the quality of life today and prepares youth for a successful future. He also believe that through research-based education, our volunteers are empowered to use their skills and talents to teach youth valuable life skills through hands-on learning experiences.