Alabama 4-H Wall of Fame

Kaitlin Mulvaney

Lee County 4-H Alumna

Inducted November 13, 2008

Katlin Mulvaney is a senior at Auburn University majoring in agricultural communications with minors in agricultural leadership and political science. She is actively involved in many leadership positions throughout Auburn’s campus and on a national level, as she serves as the National Junior Hereford Board of Directors. Mulvaney serves on the Auburn University Women’s Leadership Institute and is an Auburn University College of Agriculture Ag Ambassador.

As a 4-H’er, Mulvaney was a member of the Lee County 4-H program for eight years where she participated in nearly every 4-H project area, specializing in animal science beef projects and public speaking. As a 4-H’er, she attended National 4-H Congress, National 4-H Conference, and Citizenship Washington Focus. Mulvaney also served on the Alabama 4-H State Council.

As a Collegiate 4-H member, she was named Miss Alabama 4-H in 2003 because of her outstanding 4-H accomplishments, personal qualifications, leadership experience, 4-H awards and recognitions, pubic speaking abilities, and extracurricular activities. She remained an active supporter of 4-H in college working in the state 4-H program office for several years.

Nominated by Nancy Alexander