Sadie Sweat hired as Event Planner and Administrative Assistant for Utah Farm Bureau Federation
Sadie Sweat has recently been hired for the role of Administrative Assistant and Event Planner for the Utah Farm Bureau Federation (UFBF). In this role, Sweat will provide administrative assistance to the executive team of the Utah Farm Bureau Federation and coordinate all major events for the organization.
Sweat was born and raised in Heber City and is the third of six children. Sadie grew up on a small family farm raising cows, pigs, and horses where she learned to value agriculture and hard work. She enjoys being outside, playing sports, and being around friends and family.
Sadie was a very involved student at Wasatch High School where she participated in the FFA organization, student government, and played on both the soccer and basketball teams. She served a church service mission in Paraguay, before graduating from Utah Valley University (UVU) with a degree in Communications. When not working Sadie’s hobbies include boating, longboarding, biking, playing sports, spending time with family on her family’s ranch, and traveling as much as possible.
“I am excited to be working here at the Utah Farm Bureau, where I can continue to serve in agriculture and help our members achieve their potential as leaders in the industry,” Sweat said. “I look forward to getting to know our members and seeing how I can help them and our leadership team.”
“We are excited to welcome Sadie to the Farm Bureau family and know she will have a great impact” said Spencer Gibbons, Chief Operating Officer (COO) for UFBF. “She is very organized, is a quick learner and I’m confident she’ll deliver great work for our members.”
Sweat joined the organization in August and can be reached at email@example.com or 801-233-3014. She is the main point of contact for the UFBF Board of Directors and Executive staff leaders.
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