Bray Haven and Zac Swartz recently have joined the Oklahoma Farm Bureau Public Policy Division as associate directors of public policy. The two will help advocate for Farm Bureau policy at the state Capitol.
“Bray and Zac certainly will be an asset to Farm Bureau members across the state as they help serve as the voice for agriculture and rural Oklahoma,” said Rodd Moesel, OKFB president. “We’re excited to see all that the Public Policy team will accomplish this year for our members.”
Haven is a longtime Farm Bureau member who grew up in Cheyenne, Oklahoma. He earned a bachelor’s degree in agribusiness from Oklahoma State University in 2017 before joining the Oklahoma Oil and Gas Association as a field representative.
A native of Sulphur, Oklahoma, Swartz has served OKFB in a variety of capacities since joining the organization in 2015. He most recently served as the southwest field services director. He will continue in his role as YF&R coordinator.
Both Haven and Swartz will serve members alongside Director of State and National Affairs LeeAnna McNally, Director of Regulatory Affairs Marla Peek and Public Policy Coordinator Tasha Duncan.
Founded in 1942, Oklahoma Farm Bureau is a grassroots organization of farm and ranch families located in each of the state’s 77 counties. As the state’s largest general farm organization, OKFB is committed to improving the lives of rural Oklahomans.