Terry Camp hired as Vice President of Public Policy for Utah Farm Bureau Federation
Terry Camp has recently been hired as Vice President of Public Policy for the Utah Farm Bureau Federation (UFBF). Some of Camp’s duties will include representing and implementing Utah Farm Bureau policy at the national, state, and local levels, assisting County Farm Bureaus in policy development, and strengthening relationships between farmers & ranchers and elected officials.
Camp will work with Wade Garrett, Vice President of Strategic Relationships & Advocacy, on representing and implementing Utah Farm Bureau policy at the national, state, and local levels, assisting County Farm Bureaus in policy development, and strengthening relationships between farmers & ranchers and elected officials.
Terry has been involved in politics and government at the local, state, and federal level. While studying at Utah State, Camp interned for former Congressman Rob Bishop and later worked for Senator Hatch’s 2012 reelection campaign. While working for the Hatch campaign, he was selected as one of six Presidential Electors for the State of Utah. Camp was hired to work in Senator Hatch's Washington, D.C. office, and then for former Chairman Bishop on the House Committee on Natural Resources Subcommittee on National Parks, Forests, and Public Lands for nearly eight years.
“I am excited to be working here at the Utah Farm Bureau, where I can help implement policy that creates an environment where Utah agriculture can thrive,” Camp said. “After some great experiences in Washington, D.C., I’m happy to be back home in Utah, and look forward to getting to know our members and the issues important to them.”
“We are excited to welcome Terry to the Farm Bureau family and know he will have a great impact at representing our policy and the issues critical to Utah agriculture,” said Spencer Gibbons, Chief Executive Officer for UFBF. “He comes with great experience working on public lands and natural resources issues. He will be a great help with our policy efforts throughout the state.”
Camp and his wife, Kayla, have a 20-month-old boy and a dog named Luna. Camp enjoys watching Utah State sporting events, ice skating, reading, attending concerts, and traveling.
Camp joined the organization in October and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 801-233-3001. He is a contact for questions related to public policy development & implementation.
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