4-H/ Youth,Family and Consumer Sciences
4-H & Youth Development, Executive, Family and Consumer Sciences, Professional Development
ICS 100,ICS 200,IS 700
Lynette Ranney Black is an Associate Professor in the School of Social & Behavioral Health Sciences; College of Public Health & Human Sciences. She works for the Oregon 4-H Youth Development program. She also serves as OSU Extension Service’s liaison to the Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN), a consortium of land-grant universities that focuses on the Extension Service’s role and participation in disaster preparedness, mitigation, response, and recovery programs. Lynette is also the state coordinator and instructor for My PI (Preparedness Initiative), a program focused on preparing youth and their families for disasters and is the Citizen Corps coordinator for the Mid-Columbia Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). Lynette has been in the Emergency preparedness field for 20 years which also includes service as a Red Cross and Trauma Intervention Program volunteer.