Tasha Duncan, a native of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, recently joined the Oklahoma Farm Bureau Public Policy Division as a public policy coordinator.
Duncan is responsible for Public Policy Division scheduling, Capitol visit scheduling, event planning, ethics reporting and more. She also will work very closely with public policy staff to ensure they suit the needs of OKFB members.
“Farm Bureau seems like a wonderful place to go to work every day,” Duncan said. “I am very excited to begin working toward our goals with such a fabulous group of people.”
Duncan said the OKFB staff has already made her feel welcome.
She received her associate’s degree in graphic design and photography from Oklahoma City Community College.
In her free time, Duncan said she enjoys photography, traveling, the outdoors, baking and spending time with her husband, Trevor.
Micah Martin, former safety specialist, was recently promoted to OKFB director of safety services.
As a safety specialist, Martin spent most of his time on the road conducting various safety workshops. He is now transitioning from an educational role to a leadership role, he said.
In his new position, Martin said he will focus on improving safety policies and educational equipment.
“I hope to continue to make Farm Bureau a leader in the safety field,” he said.