Year Inducted: 2013
Ann Powell has served in Madison Parish 4-H as an organizational leader for over 30 years. During her tenure (1969-2013) she served on the Advisory Leadership Council spanning three decades and as workshop presenter, facilitator and trainer for wetland and wildlife environmental youth programs. Ann embraced the “hands-on” learning approach at 4-H Day, teacher in-service, school enrichment, and junior and adult leader programs. After retirement, she was recruited to start the first 4-H Club in Madison Parish (2005). She was a key supporter of the parish Achievement Day programs winning, several outstanding 4-H Club awards. Ann was instrumental in writing and obtaining a grant to start the first outdoor education classroom and school garden at Tallulah Elementary in 1996, a program still maintained today.
The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture