Matt Ingram appointed director of Organization Division and assistant to EVP of KFB
David S. Beck, executive vice president of Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation, announced that Matthew W. Ingram has been given dual responsibilities as the new director of the Organization Division and assistant to the executive vice president. His appointment is effective April 30.
In his new role, Ingram will lead the Organization Division’s efforts to promote and implement effective programming for the Young Farmer, Women, Ag Education, and Member Services program areas, as well as coordinate the responsibilities of the division’s 10 area program directors. He will also be responsible for the proper billing and processing of membership dues, monitoring membership growth and helping Farm Bureau achieve its quota and goals. As the Assistant to the Executive Vice President, Ingram will assist in conducting the management activities of the organization.
“Providing our members with excellent programming, applicable resources and professional services has always been a priority of Kentucky Farm Bureau,” said Beck. “I am confident that Matt will not only continue that tradition but also take it to new heights.”
Ingram’s transition into these new roles comes after serving nearly three years as director of accounting and finance, more than eight years as an area program director, and two summers as a college intern for Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation. A graduate of the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture with a degree in agricultural economics, Ingram and his wife, Suzanne, now lives in Jefferson County and has three children, Maria, Maxwell and Seth.