Kentucky 4-H Shooting Sports Teen Ambassador Board 


Kentucky 4-H believes that all youth should have opportunities for positive youth development in our four guiding concepts: mastery, belonging, independence, and generosity. The Teen Ambassador Board fosters mastery by empowering members to research, develop, present and teach concepts related to shooting sports and natural resources, belonging by building relationships with other 4-H’ers from across the state with similar interests, independence by encouraging the development of youth lead committees, and generosity through the planning of, and participation in, regular service projects.


Applicants must:

  • Be between the 4-H age (age as of Jan. 1st of current year) of 14 to 17 at the time of application.
  • Be a Kentucky resident.
  • Be a certified teen coach in at least one discipline and active in their county shooting sports program.
  • Be committed to accepting responsibility and following through on tasks.
  • Attend and participate in all board meetings, Summit, Shooting Sports Camp, Teen Conference, and State Competition (see application for list of dates).
  • Be responsible for their own expenses and travel arrangements for and from board meetings and activities.
  • Serve a full one (1) year term, beginning at Teen Conference through the next year’s State Competition, and may not serve on any other state teen board while serving as an Ambassador.

Each district is allowed 2 representatives on the board for a total of 14 youth each year.

Contact your county extension office for information regarding deadlines and fees (link)

Application Procedure

Additional Information

If a county/club is interested in having an Ambassador visit and present to a group, a Visit Request Form must be completed and submitted to the Extension Specialist for Shooting Sports at Once received, the Specialist will contact the county to confirm approval for the Ambassador to attend.

State Contact:  Ashley Marcum | | 859-218-0993


2021-2022 TAB




Andrew M.

Andrew Myers

District 3 - Oldham County

Hello, my name is Andrew Myers. I am from Oldham County and I am the National Teen Ambassador for District 3. I have been in 4-H Shooting Sports program for 8 years now. I’m a certified teen coach for shotgun, rifle, and pistol. This is my second year as a Teen Ambassador. I compete in rifle, shotgun, air pistol, and pistol. I hope to become a certified coach in every discipline. I love being a role model for our kids, teaching them about safety, having a positive attitude, never giving up, and most importantly, have fun! I also compete in NRA and CMP National Rifle matches. I owe my enthusiasm and enjoyment of educating others about shooting safety and skill levels to 4-H Shooting Sports. 

Contact Andrew at


JT Redmon

District 5 - Nelson County

Hi, my name is JT Redmon.  I am an ambassador for District 5 from Nelson County.  I am a Junior homeschool student at Redmon Christian Academy.  I have been involved in 4-H for seven years. I am a certified teen coach in rifle.  I have participated in Shooting Sports since the sixth grade and currently I am participating in rifle, archery, and trap. I am a more well-rounded individual because of my experience and participation in 4-H.  I am thankful for the experience, knowledge, skills acquired, and leadership qualities I have obtained as a participant and coach in our local clubs.  It is an honor to be on the Teen Ambassador Board and it would be my pleasure to serve Kentucky 4-H Shooting Sports in any way I can.

Contact JT at

Katie C.

Katie Cecil

District 5 - Nelson County

Hello, my name is Katie Cecil, and I am one of the district 5 teen ambassadors! I am a Junior at Thomas Nelson High school in Nelson County. I have been involved in the Shooting Sports Program for eight years. I am a certified muzzleloading teen coach. In addition to 4-H I am involved in my school tennis team, FCA, and FFA.  This is my second year as an ambassador. I am really excited to help others reach their 4-H goals, and to help them find their spark.  This program has shaped me into who I am, and I can’t wait to watch others grow as well.

Contact Katie at

 Isaac H.

Isaac Holland

District 6 - Henderson County

Hi, my name is Isaac Holland. I am a Shooting Sports Ambassador for District 6 from Henderson County. I am a Senior at Henderson County High School where I study welding.  I have been an active member in 4-H for 10 years.   I have participated in Shooting Sports for 7 years.   I am a certified Teen Coach for both Archery and Trap.  I am also active in Country Hams, Teen Master Chefs, Teen Club and help our agent with leadership as often as I can.  I am excited to be on the Teen Ambassador Board and help grow the programs across Kentucky.  It is my honor to represent Henderson County as I work on those goals.

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Heidi H.

Heidi Hite

District 7 - Trigg County

Hi, my name is Heidi Hite. I am on the 4-H Shooting Sports Teen Ambassador Board representing Trigg County and District 7. I am a senior at Trigg County High School. I have been actively involved in 4-H Youth Development programs for eight years. Extracurriculars outside of 4-H that I am involved in are cheerleading, FCA, FFA, Interact, and Blackhole (pep club). I have participated in the Shooting Sports program since the beginning of my 4-H career. I competitively shoot rifle, pistol, and trap; also, I am certified to coach in pistol. 4-H has given me the greatest pleasure of being able to achieve this position. The knowledge, skills, leadership traits, and experiences I've gained through this 4-H program as a participant and as a coach have helped me become who I am today. I am honored to serve on the Teen Ambassador Board as a representative of my county, my district, and my state.

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Audrie Swain (left) & Stephen Bolin (right) 

Teen Ambassador Mentors