Collegiate Farm Bureau at UW-Madison elected new officers for the upcoming school year at its annual banquet on Tuesday, May 5 at the University Club on the University of Wisconsin – Madison campus.
Brad Jaeger was elected as the president, Brad is a senior pursuing a degree in Agricultural and Applied Economics and Agronomy. Jaeger is from Newton, and looking forward to his summer interning with CHS. Brad has plans to make the monthly meetings more engaging for the members.
Serving as vice president will be Kate Griswold of, Black Earth, Wisc. Kate is a senior studying Life Sciences Communication with certificates in Agricultural Business and International Agriculture. Kate will be interning with John Deere this summer in Ottumwa, Iowa. Kate is excited to plan study tours and socials for members and educational opportunities for students on campus.
Collegiate Farm Bureau’s next secretary is Nate Zimdars from Ripon. Nate is a senior double majoring in History and Political Science. Nate is excited to connect CFB members to Farm Bureau members across the state. This summer Nate will in Madison taking summer classes and will occasionally be back at home to help milk cows.
Serving as treasurer will be Charlie Hamilton, Cuba City. Charlie is a sophomore studying Dairy Science. This summer he is going to work on his family’s dairy and also is looking forward to showing his Holsteins. Charlie looks forward to keeping the club financially stable.
The two directors-at-large are, Josie Dallam, from Bel Air, Maryland, a senior pursuing a degree in Life Sciences Communication and Agronomy. Josie is looking forward to going back home to Maryland this summer. She has plans to organize additional opportunities for members to participate in Ag in the Classroom. Sara Griswold is the Public Relations director-at-large, a sophomore studying Dairy Science and Life Sciences Communication from Black Earth. Sara will be the Public Relations intern for the Wisconsin Holstein Association this summer. Sara is excited to recruit members to the organization and share all the positive things that CFB members are doing on social media.
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