Erin Tomasik has been hired as the Member Advocacy and Issues Coordinator for Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation.
Tomasik most recently served as the Administrative Assistant for Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation’s Governmental Relations team. In her new role, Tomasik will assist county Farm Bureaus in responding to local ordinances and issues, work with members to strengthen agriculture advocacy across the state, and facilitate local regulatory workshops to improve proposal responses.
“Erin is already a vital member of the governmental relations team and a proven leader within Wisconsin Farm Bureau,” said WFBF Executive Director of Governmental Relations Jason Mugnaini. “In this new capacity, Erin will work to transform Wisconsin Farm Bureau’s ability to react in a systematic and swift manner to local ordinances and issues that affect our members across the state. I look forward to seeing her advocacy and will to elevate those around her translate into her new role.”
Tomasik is a 2019 graduate of UW-Oshkosh. She formerly was an educator in Madison and Appleton. Tomasik lives in Sun Prairie.
Tomasik began her duties as Member Advocacy and Issues Coordinator on February 20.