Terry Simmons was born and raised on a small rice and soybean farm near Cash, Arkansas. In his teenage years, Terry worked as a laborer on neighboring farms and was active in his high school’s Future Farmers of America (FFA) chapter. Terry is a graduate of Westside High School (Jonesboro, AR) and Delta Technical School (Arkansas State University) where he received a diploma in nursing.
 

My time with the NAFB board has given me the opportunity to be involved with many different aspects of our organization. The mapping tool was a major project that was followed with our current push for new research, both focusing heavily on driving value to our membership.

Greetings from the Southern High Plains! Many NAFB veterans have a working knowledge of my background as I have been involved since 1976.  As a voting NAFB member at radio stations KWNS (now KWLS), KFEQ and WIBW, I enjoyed broadcasting the farm story to listeners throughout the High Plains and Midwest.

The desire for a career in agricultural journalism is grounded in my roots.

Kellie joined Swanson Russell in 2008 as Public Relations Counsel, bringing with her more than a decade of public relations expertise. Currently Public Relations Manager at Swanson Russell, Kellie provides strategic marketing and communications planning, public relations/social media counsel, media and thought leadership training, and campaign implementation to agricultural clients.

Chase Adams has been a member of the National Association of Farm Broadcasting for 9 years.  First as a student member in 2005, then as a member of the Broadcast Council in 2006 representing KBHB Radio in Sturgis, South Dakota and now as a member of the Allied Industry Council representing the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association.  Chase graduated Black Hills State University in 2005 with Bachelor’s degree in Political Sc

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