Maryland Farm Bureau announces key staff changes

June 9, 2020– The Maryland Farm Bureau announced three key staff changes in May. 

Lindsay Stine, former Maryland Farm Bureau Communications Intern has been named Regional Field Manager for the western and national capital area region of Maryland. 

Stine will provide leadership and assistance to county Farm Bureau’s in the western and national capital area territory, which includes Garrett, Allegany, Washington, Frederick, Montgomery, Prince George’s and Charles counties. Stine graduated from Oklahoma State University in May with a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Leadership. 

“We couldn’t be prouder to have Lindsay join our staff on a full-time basis. She spent the past year and a half doing remarkable work helping us tell the story of Farm Bureau both out in the field and inside of the statehouse. We are excited to see the work that she will do alongside our county members and volunteers as we strive to advance our mission to protect and grow Maryland agriculture and preserve rural life,” said MFB Executive Director, John Torres. 

Ryan Zimmerman, will shift his current territory as a Regional Field Manager in West and Central Maryland to Central and Souther Maryland, which includes Howard, St. Mary’s, Calvert, Anne Arundel, Carroll, Baltimore, Harford and Cecil counties. Ryan has been with MFB for two years as a Field Manager, coordinating the Maryland Farm Bureau Women’s Leadership Committee and providing support for county boards, committees and volunteers. 

Emily Solis, left her position as the Communications Manager for Maryland Farm Bureau in early May to take a position at the Animal Agriculture Alliance as a Communications Specialist. “We wish Emily well with her new professional opportunity and look forward to working with her and the team at the Animal Agriculture Alliance on common strategic issues,” added Torres. 

Lyndsey Murphy, has been named the interim Communication Director for Maryland Farm Bureau. Murphy hails from Ohio and has previously worked for Ohio Farm Bureau, the Ohio Corn & Wheat Growers Association and the American Farm Bureau Federation as a communication professional.

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