Amanda Stitt Moore

Amanda Stitt Moore is a development officer for Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (ABAC). In that capacity Amanda combines her passion for agriculture, higher education, and rural communities as she secures funding for ABAC, an institution that has a half a billion-dollar economic impact on South Georgia. After earning a B.S. in agriculture, Amanda completed a M.S. in Rural Sociology at Auburn where she studied the implications of the media on knowledge of and access to alternative food networks in rural communities. She serves as the President of the alumni chapter of Sigma Alpha, a professional agricultural sorority and is a member of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. Amanda currently lives on a small farm with her husband and their two horses in Newnan, Georgia.

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William Cahalin

William "Bill" Cahalin is the multimedia webmaster for Auburn's College of Ag Comm-Marketing & Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station. An alumnus of Belmont University in Nashville, his work spans the music industry, publishing, aerospace, and enjoys lavish cocktail garnishes.

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