Bailee Woolstenhulme hired at Utah Farm Bureau
Bailee Woolstenhulme has recently been hired to work in the state office as an administrative assistant. Her primary role is to provide assistance to the Chief Executive Officer and Secretary-Treasurer of the Utah Farm Bureau Federation (UFBF) and affiliated companies and coordinate all major events of the Utah Farm Bureau.
In her short time at Utah Farm Bureau, Bailee has proven herself as driven and capable – taking the lead in coordinating and organizing the Utah Farm Bureau, FUSION, and American Farm Bureau Federation annual conventions that will be held in the coming months.
“I am beyond excited to be rejoining with the Farm Bureau family! I am a strong believer and supporter of UFBF’s mission and I am so happy I am able to help advocate for our local farmers and ranchers,” Woolstenhulme said. “Growing up on a cattle and horse ranch instilled in me a great love and passion for agriculture and for those who work in the industry. This love and passion are what initially drew me to the Utah Farm Bureau where I was able to complete an internship in the Communications Division, under Matt Hargreaves, during the summer of 2015. I have always wanted to be back in Utah and I am so grateful to have the opportunity to be working with the amazing team here at UFBF.”
Woolstenhulme grew up in Oakley, Utah and graduated from Utah State University with a degree in Agricultural Communications & Journalism. Prior to joining the Utah Farm Bureau team, Bailee worked for the Appaloosa Horse Club – the international breed registry for the Appaloosa horse – in Moscow, Idaho.
“We are excited to welcome Bailee as the newest addition to the Farm Bureau team,” said Dale Newton, Chief Executive Officer for UFBF. “She’s a quick learner when it comes to the activities of the Farm Bureau, and I’m confident she’ll deliver great service for our members.” As mentioned earlier, Bailee has been preparing registration forms and details for upcoming conventions. Should members or County Farm Bureaus have questions regarding those events, please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or 801-233-3014.
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