DAVIDSONVILLE, Md. — Maryland Farm Bureau recently hired Lindsay Stine from Frederick, Md., as the Communications Intern for the 2019 spring semester.
As the Communications Intern for MFB, Stine will be assisting with media inquiries, online accounts, publications and marketing materials to effectively communicate membership benefits and agricultural policy to MFB families and community members.
Stine is currently taking online classes through Oklahoma State University, where she is majoring in Communications. She is in her junior year and plans to graduate May 2020. She grew up actively involved in agriculture, showing beef cattle and market hogs. While she loved showing her cattle, she also pursued her interests in livestock judging as well. She earned her associate degree in Animal Science from Murray State College, where she participated on the Livestock Judging Team. She was also involved in the Aggie Ambassador Club, Collegiate FFA and the Show Team.
“I am very excited for this opportunity to work with Maryland Farm Bureau and aid in their mission to preserve agriculture,” she said. “I am passionate about the agriculture industry and I look forward to playing a role in helping it thrive.”
Stine started at MFB on Jan. 16 and will work through May.
— Maryland Farm Bureau