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Mastin Hired as San Juan County Extension Home Economist for 4-H

LAS CRUCES -- Dian Mastin began work June 1 as the 4-H home economist in San Juan County for New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service.


Mastin, an Albuquerque native, will coordinate educational programs for 4-H home economic projects including cooking, sewing and fashion design. She also will recruit and train adult volunteer 4-H leaders.

Mastin comes to NMSU from the All Saints Preschool in Albuquerque where she served as director and teacher. Prior to that, she worked as an Extension home economist in Foard County, Texas, for three years.

She holds an associate's degree in day care management and a bachelor's degree in home economics, both from Eastern New Mexico University. She is a former member of the Texas Association of Extension Family and Consumer Sciences.