Tony Staubach is a compassionate son, brother, nephew, friend and educator with a diverse set of skills which include social justice, environmental education and leadership development. He is often identified by his trademark positive outlook and friendly demeanor.
As the Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development for Ohio State University Extension’s 4-H AgriScience in the City, Tony works in collaboration with stakeholders to implement a cross-curricular Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Agriculture education and career awareness program using the project based 4-H model in Public Schools and worked with the Hamilton County 4-H Community Clubs to enhance, support and expand the county 4-H program. He previously served as the Vice President of the Greater Cincinnati Regional Food Policy Council, Board Member and Governance Committee Member of the Rothenberg Rooftop Garden Board and served as a Board Member for the Environmental Alliance for Leadership and Interconnection.
Tony received his Masters of Science in Public Policy with a concentration in Environmental Science from Drexel University in 2011 and his Bachelors of Arts in Education with a licensure in Adolescent Young Adult Social Studies from Wilmington College in 2007. Tony is from Greater Cincinnati, Ohio. Above all else, Tony is committed to the health, safety and success of his close friends and family, which takes up the majority of his time.