Oklahoma Farm Bureau has named Holly Carroll director of membership and OKFB Foundation for Agriculture.
In her new position, Carroll will work to promote membership and the benefits available to Oklahoma Farm Bureau members. She will continue to oversee the programs and day-to-day activities of the OKFB Foundation for Agriculture, under the direction of the foundation board.
“I am excited to come back to serve the agriculture industry, which is where my passion lies,” Carroll said. “The Farm Bureau family has always held a special place in my heart, and I am excited to help Farm Bureau members as we educate consumers and promote our organization.”
Carroll hopes to increase educational activities for the OKFB Foundation for Agriculture while increasing funding for current and future programs.
Carroll began working as director for the OKFB Foundation for Agriculture in January, helping promote and implement foundation programs. She started her career as an agricultural educator before joining OKFB in 2009 and working in the field services department. After initially leaving OKFB in 2016, Carroll returned to the classroom to teach.
Carroll grew up on a beef and tobacco farm in central Kentucky. She served as Kentucky’s state FFA president and graduated from Western Kentucky University before moving to Oklahoma.
She lives in Cashion with her husband, Chris, and children, Maggie and Reed.