This weeks Trustee Tuesday is Ashley Culp.
Ashley (Bushman) Culp is a Wood County native, born and raised on her family’s grain and livestock farm outside of Pemberville. She was highly active in both 4-H and FFA, serving in various leadership capacities. Ashley is a graduate of Ohio State University, where she was active on the Meats and Livestock Judging Teams, as well as the Sigma Alpha sorority. Upon graduation from Ohio State, she went on to complete a master’s degree in animal breeding and genetics from Iowa State University. Ashley joined the faculty at Michigan State University in 2007 as a lecturer, student adviser and livestock judging coach. In 2011, she transitioned into the role as a swine sales rep for Boehinger Ingelheim.
Ashley has been in Ag Lending for the past 4 years and is currently a Regional Credit Officer for UPI Credit Services. She and her husband, Kyle, live outside Pemberville with their daughter, Adalida. They enjoy anything to do with livestock, including judging a few shows each year, and spending time together as a family. In addition, Ashley is a member of the Wood County 4-H Committee, an advisor for the Duke’s Mixture 4-H club, a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church and an Independent Consultant for Rodan and Fields. Ashley is a graduate of the Ohio Farm Bureau AgriPOWER leadership program and has been a Wood County Farm Bureau Board member since the fall of 2015. She is also active in the Young Ag Professionals group.
Thank-you Ashley for all that you do for the Wood County Farm Bureau!