Saturday, May 14, 2016

Farm Bureau Hires New Director

DAVIDSONVILLE, Md. — Maryland Farm Bureau recently hired Patricia “Trish” Hildebrand from Millersville, Md., as its central/southern Maryland regional director.
As the central/southern Maryland regional director for Maryland Farm Bureau, Hildebrand will work with the seven counties from Howard down to St. Mary’s as both the liaison with MFB and as their local affairs representative. She will also work with county Farm Bureau presidents to recognize county issues and provide leadership development training.
Hildebrand’s goals are to increase membership in these counties and track local or regional activities that affect farmers. She will also serve as staffer for the Maryland Farm Bureau Women’s Leadership Committee.
“I am very excited to work for an organization that has fueled my passion for the agriculture industry,” Hildebrand said. “I am looking forward to promoting and supporting agriculture in Maryland.”

Prior to joining MFB, Hildebrand worked as an animal health intern with the Maryland Department of Agriculture in 2014 and interned with Maryland Farm Bureau in 2013. She attended Delaware Valley University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in animal science in 2015. She was a 4-H member for seven years and served as Miss Anne Arundel County Farm Bureau in 2010 and 2012.

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