Kim Eisnaugle is the Extension Program Coordinator for 4-H Youth Development in Kendall County. She provides 4-H program coordination through hosting monthly educational programs, mainly for youth ages 8 to 18, and some activities for the younger set of Cloverbud age youth, 5 to 7 years old. Her mentorship and leadership also extends to helping and training the volunteers who coordinate and oversee more than 20 4-H clubs. These activities with youth serve to build independent life skills, encourage service to our community, promote leadership, and are a way to achieve a sense of belonging while mastering various abilities.
Kim grew up in Kane County in the Girl Scout program. Moving to Kendall County in 1978, she was a Girl Scout leader, Sunday school teacher, and teacher aide for many years. Building on her love of educating youth, she joined Extension as a Community Worker and is excited to provide support for youth of all ages.