Adam Cletzer is a graduate student in the Department of Agricultural, Leadership, and Community Education, where he studies leadership development and social change. As a former Extension 4-H Agent in Florida, Cletzer has focused his research on the use of eco-leadership practices in civic and community-based organizations - like Virginia Cooperative Extension and 4-H. He is most enthusiastic about his teaching, and he has brought his unique background in journalism and public relations to the department’s agricultural communication courses.
Cletzer's favorite evaluation comment was a straightforward, “Adam is a really cool fella. I enjoyed learning from him.” Cletzer is looking forward to this summer, when he will be the on-site director for the 2016 Governor’s School for Agriculture.