June Mead

Binghamton, NY

June P. Mead, Ph.D, is the Association Team Leader for Children, Youth and Families for Cornell Cooperative Extension of Broome County and the State Project Director for three federally funded 4-H youth development afterschool programs serving high need, at-risk youth: National Mentoring Program/4-H Tech Wizards, operating in Broome, Erie, Franklin, Tompkins and Ulster counties and New York City; CITIZEN U, operating in Binghamton and Rochester; and New York 4-H Youth CAN (Community Action Network), operating in Albany and Buffalo. June is the coordinator for the Expanded Learning Network (ELN) of Broome and Tioga. June holds a Ph.D. from Cornell University, with concentrations in program evaluation, educational psychology and research methodology. Her work has been supported by Cornell Cooperative Extension; Ford Foundation; New York State Department of Education; National 4-H Council; U. S. Department of Agriculture; U. S. Department of Education; and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

June is looking forward to becoming a Power of 3:00 Ambassador so that she can share new strategies/approaches for promoting, advocating and seeking sustainable funding with the member organizations/agencies comprising the Expanded Learning Network (ELN) of Broome and Tioga.