Extension educator in educational design and development
Current work, research and interests
Margo has 25 years of experience serving children and families through teaching, curriculum development and project management at the community level. As an Extension educator in educational design and development, her current focus is on teaching and curriculum development in leadership and management skills for youth work supervisors. She serves on the statewide 4-H quality and citizenship teams to provide educational design and development expertise and is a part of the Youth Work Institute's teaching faculty for Youth Work Matters, Culturally Responsive Youth Work Matters and Leadership Matters training.
She also serves as Extension's liaison to the Next Generation Youth Work Coalition, a national organization.
Academic degrees and experience
- MPA, The George Washington University, 1988.
- B.A. in liberal arts, St. Olaf College, 1980.
- Completed the year-long Afterschool Matters Practitioner Fellowship in 2010.
Herman, M. (2012). Reflective Practice Meets Youth Work Supervision. Youth & Policy. No. 109, September 2012.
Herman, M. (2012). Empowering Youth Work Supervisors with Action Research Strategies. Afterschool Matters. Number 15, Spring 2012.
Extension Regional Office, Rochester