Our Community

Cultivating Connections, Nurturing Change

We are proud of the support we receive from donors, volunteers, industry professionals, and educators. The strength of our community is reflected in the power our organization holds, enabling us to make a meaningful impact in promoting agricultural literacy.

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An ag literacy volunteer helps a young child
Isabella Chism Chair, AFB Women's Leadership Chair, Isabella Chism, helps lead a fun classroom activity about agriculture.


Volunteers play a crucial role in advancing ag literacy by distributing educational materials, visiting classrooms, providing booth support at conferences and fairs, and actively engaging in spreading awareness through social participation and word-of-mouth.

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Agricultural Communities

Agricultural communities, recognizing the significance of educating future generations, provide unwavering support, enabling us to promote ag literacy, preserve their cherished traditions, and ensure the sustainability of their way of life.

Food & Ag Industry

Food and agricultural businesses play a vital role by providing resources, expertise, and financial backing, allowing us to expand our reach and impact in promoting ag literacy. Their partnership strengthens our efforts and enables us to create a lasting difference in agricultural education.

Parents & Public

Curiosity and engagement from those who are interested in food and agriculture contribute to raising awareness about the importance of the sustainable production of food. By supporting us, they actively participate in fostering ag literacy, ensuring a well-informed society that values and appreciates the journey from farm to table.


Educators form the heart of our community, utilizing our materials and training opportunities to gain free continuing education credit hours and other benefits while promoting agricultural literacy in their classrooms.

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Daniel Meloy

Daniel Meloy
Executive Director

Julia Recko

Julia Recko
Senior Director
Publishing and Education Outreach

Sydney Andrews

Sydney Andrews
Director, Project Management

Chris Young

Chris Young
Assistant Director, Foundation Communications and Marketing

Lorrin Davis

Lorrin Davis
Project Assistant


600 Maryland Avenue SW
Suite 1000W
Washington, DC 20024
Tel 800-443-8456
Fax 202-314-5121



Frank Burkett


Michael Conlon

American Agricultural Insurance Company (AAIC)

Trey Davis

Bayer Crop Science

Patti Fisher

AFB Promotion & Education Representative

Lauren Goble

Ag in the Classroom Representative

Beth Hunt

Farm Bureau Bank

Jamie Johansson

California Farm Bureau Federation

Kevin Krentz

Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation

Sarah Kuschel

AFB Young Farmers & Ranchers Committee

Susan Moore

IAA Foundation

Cindy Ramsey

AFB Women's Leadership Committee

Amanda Rinehart

Corteva Agriscience

Jack Scott

Nestle Purina

Jeb Smith

Florida Farm Bureau

Joseph Tisbert

Vermont Farm Bureau

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