Caylie Holman has been named an assistant director of public policy at Oklahoma Farm Bureau.
In the new role, she will work alongside the public policy staff to advocate for Farm Bureau’s grassroots policy at the state Capitol.
Holman joined the organization in 2018 as the south central field representative, where she served as a liaison between county Farm Bureau organizations and the home office.
“I’ve enjoyed getting to know our membership, and having the opportunity to understand how policy at the state level impacts their operations,” Holman said. “It’s so important for our organization to continue working to preserve our state’s family farms.”
Before joining Farm Bureau, Holman previously served as a legislative correspondent for Sen. James Lankford in Washington, D.C. The Tecumseh native earned a degree in communications from Southwestern Oklahoma State University. She and her husband, Corey, live in Asher, Oklahoma, where they own a cow/calf and hay operation.