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Sandy Osborne

Position: Region 4 Councilor, Region Councilor Chair

Title: Associate Professor Human Development and Family Science

Degree: Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oregon, Bachelor of Arts in Theatre
Washington State University, Pullman, Washington, Master of Arts in Home Economics
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Doctor of Philosophy in Human Ecology
Seattle University, School of Theology and Ministry, Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies
Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE) with the National Council on Family Relations

Contact:
1500 Ingomar Blvd.
Belgrade, MT 59714
ssosborne2020@gmail.com

406-539-7887

Epsilon Chapter was founded at Montana State University in 1917. Just think of what Montana was like at that time and what programs we offer in Family and Consumer Sciences now! Much has changed and much remains the same in our rural sparsely populated state with the role of families in agriculture, extension and 4 H strong and more. Chapter members speaking and being with one another and talking about how their discipline helps be “the light of the home” and beyond is always engaging. It makes us all humble and full of gratitude for our chapter as we care for one another and others.

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