Updated: Nov 14, 2022
PRESS RELEASE FROM UNIVERSITY RELATIONS
The University of Tennessee at Martin will have five student representatives at the annual Agriculture Future of America Leaders Conference held Nov. 10-13 in Kansas City, Missouri. Students will have the opportunity to connect with hundreds of other students from across the country, hear from industry leaders about current trends and challenges, discover internships and job opportunities, and discuss the agriculture industry with like-minded individuals.
The AFA Leaders Conference includes four tracks that provide different personal and professional development skills based on each student’s year in college and past involvement with the conference. Skills include time management, goal setting, cultural competence and team leadership. The conference selects attendees based on their leadership and professional experience and community service.
The students that will attend are:
Jordan Stringfield, a sophomore agricultural business major from McEwen;
Libby Rushton, a junior agricultural business major from Waverly;
Sarah Tyler, a sophomore agricultural business major from McEwen;
Savannah Crowder, a senior agricultural business major from Grand Junction;
Bree Mills, a sophomore agriculture education major from Decaturville;
For more information about UT Martin’s participation in the AFA Leaders Conference,
contact Dr. Ross Pruitt, professor of agricultural economics at email@example.com. To learn more about AFA, visit agfuture.org.