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Advanced Search Welcomes Six Collegiate Ambassadors to the Team for the 2014/2015 School Year
September 25, 2014 is excited to welcome our 2014/2015 Collegiate Ambassadors.  The Ambassador Program rotates across several colleges and universities throughout North America which have strong agriculture-related programs. This year marks the 11th consecutive year of the program for  These students act as a liaison between,’s partnership clients, and the student body at their individual institutions.  Throughout the 2014 and 2015 school year, ambassadors will educate their peers about the numerous career and internship opportunities posted on by partnership clients, as well as important skills needed to achieve their ideal career in the agriculture industry.   Please join in welcoming our new Ambassador Team:


Zeke Green is a senior at the University of Kentucky pursuing a degree in Agriculture Economics with a double minor in Plant and Soil Sciences and Business Management. Zeke grew up on a 5,000-acre grain and tobacco farm and was actively involved in FFA for nearly 6 years. While at UK, he has served as Senator of the College of Agriculture for the UK Student Government Association, as a representative on Ag Student Council, as well as many leadership roles in FarmHouse Fraternity. Zeke has interned in operations for ADM Grain, sales and marketing for Helena Chemical, and in administration for cattle broker, Riley Livestock, Inc. After college, he plans to pursue a career in agriculture sales, service, and management while working on his MBA. Zeke is eager to work with to help other students achieve similar experiences and find their place in the vast agriculture industry.


Ashley Leer is a junior at Kansas State University majoring in Agriculture Education. Ashley is originally from Goshen, Indiana where she was actively involved in 4-H, the Fairfield FFA, and her family farm. Ashley is a transfer student from Lincoln Land Community College where she was the Agriculture Club president, member of the livestock judging team, Post-secondary Agriculture Student organization (PAS), and the Honors program. Ashley is a passionate advocate for the agriculture industry and plans on pursuing a career as a high school Agriculture instructor and FFA advisor upon graduation.  Ashley hopes to use her skills gained throughout her collegiate career as an ambassador to better equip the next generation of agriculturists. 


Jake Zwiefelhofer is currently a junior at the University of Wisconsin River Falls. Jake is majoring in Crop & Soil Sciences with a double minor in Agricultural Business and Horticulture. At UWRF Jake is the Crops & Soils Treasurer, member of the Soil Judging team, and the campus ambassador for WinField Solutions, a Land O’ Lakes Company.  Outside of school, Jake has started Air Advisors LLC, an agricultural drone dealership that offers map creation services. Over the past two summers, Jake has worked for WinField Solutions as a crop scout intern and a member of the product development team in River Falls, WI. During the school year, Jake enjoys working in the lab at BioDiagnostics, a seed testing laboratory. This has given Jake the opportunity to see many different spectrums of agriculture and expand his agronomic knowledge. Jake is looking forward to working with and hopes his experiences and connections can increase the number of students who use in the future!


Olivia Sederberg is currently a second year student at Lakeland College completing her Agribusiness diploma majoring in Crop Technology. Originally from Seven Persons, Alberta Canada, she grew up on a farm that her family has been operating for over 100 years. This past summer, she worked for Crop Production Services as a crop scout intern. At Lakeland College, she is involved in the Ag-Tour club and many events that the college hosts during the school year. Upon graduation in May 2015, she hopes to pursue a career within the agriculture industry.


Paige Marez is a senior at Utah State University majoring in Agriculture Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations. Paige is originally from New Mexico where her family owns and operates land occupied by beef cattle. She was a member of the New Mexico High School Rodeo Association as well as FFA and 4H, judging horses and wool alongside showing Angus heifers at both local and state levels. Paige is a recent transfer student to Utah State from BYU Idaho where she was a member of Public Relations Student Society of America and the university choir. After transferring, she joined the AmeriCorps program where she mentors high school students with schoolwork, scholarship applications, ACT prep, and health and fitness activities. Through the ambassador position with Paige hopes to gain experience and knowledge necessary to help students with a passion for agriculture find the job or internship that’s right for them!


Chloe Henson is a junior at Mississippi State University, pursuing a degree in Agriculture Business with a concentration in policy and law. Chloe is originally from Rienzi, Mississippi, where she was instilled with a passion for agriculture and the joys of working with a variety of small family businesses. Chloe is very involved in FFA at the collegiate level.  Before transferring to Mississippi State she served as the charter President of the Collegiate FFA Chapter at Northeast Mississippi Community College.  Now at Mississippi State she serves as the Vice-President of the Mississippi State Collegiate FFA Chapter.  In the future she hopes to secure a career with the National FFA Organization or become a collegiate professor in agriculture economics to better educate members of society about the roles of business in agriculture.  As an ambassador with Chloe’ is excited to build her networking skills to better prepare her for a career in the ag industry.

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