Mandy Masters has been hired by the Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation as its Director of Member Relations.
Masters will serve as staff advisor to the WFBF Promotion and Education Committee. She will assist with volunteer training functions, planning and conducting a variety of Farm Bureau meetings and events and will provide staff support to WFBF’s nine district coordinators with functions of the County Farm Bureau Services Program.
“I’m excited for the opportunity to represent farmers and the ag industry in our state,” Masters said. “I look forward to meeting and working with Farm Bureau members in my new role.”
Masters grew up on a 200-acre crop and livestock farm near Dodgeville in Iowa County.
She graduated from UW-River Falls with a bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Business. Since 2014, Masters has served as the program director for the Wisconsin Pork Association. Prior to working for the pork association, she worked for the Farm Credit Administration.
“We’re looking forward to having Mandy join our team because of her previous experience coordinating promotional events and coordinating volunteer activities,” said Bob Leege, Wisconsin Farm Bureau’s Executive Director of Member Relations. “We are excited to see her apply those skills in her work at Farm Bureau.”
Masters will begin her duties on June 3.
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