Luke and Tami are 15-year leaders serving as project leaders and organizational leaders. They both have been involved in 4-H from the time they were members themselves. Their start as leaders began in Boulder County and then eventually came back to Weld County once their daughter became involved.
They have stayed motivated by seeing the growth in the kids and watching them try new things. Seeing the kids step outside their comfort zone and realize their potential is a bonus. Both are highly active outside of 4-H with Miniature Hereford Association, FFA, and the Weld County 4-H Foundation. Tami’s grandfather, Bill Frank, was a founding member of the Weld County 4-H Foundation and she is honored to carry on his legacy.
In their free time they serve as their daughter’s driver to shows, love to travel, but their top priority is spending time with their family. The most important aspect of being leaders is helping youth grow to their full potential and seeing them succeed. They consider all the members as their “kids” and enjoy watching them grow into successful adults.