Jennifer Kapalin grew up in Jefferson, Ohio and now resides in Rock Creek. She earned her bachelor’s degree in agricultural communications from the Ohio State University. While at Ohio State, she was a member of the Sigma Alpha Professional Agricultural Sorority. She is a marketing communications manager for Chromaflo Technologies. She is the proud owner and mother of two horses, and two cats.
Not only does she work in communications she helps on the family cattle farm. She had been a Farm Bureau member for the past two years and has severed on the board of trustees for six months. Her involvement in Farm Bureau includes the membership campaign, media and communications and Young Agricultural Professionals. She is the third generation to farm on the family farm in Jefferson, where they raise Black Angus cattle.
“After moving back home to Ashtabula County, I was looking for ways to be more involved with agriculture. Farm Bureau is a great organization to participate in and help promote the farming industry.”
An Interesting fact about Jennifer is that she has been skydiving.
Thank you Jennifer, for your dedication to Ashtabula County Farm Bureau. We appreciate all that you do.