B.S. and M.S. Agriscience Education
Area Director, Alabama Farmers Federation
What Are Your Responsibilities?
Bradley covers six counties in northwest Alabama as an area director with the Alabama Farmers Federation. He essentially serves as a liaison between county Federations and the state Federation while dealing with a host of agriculture issues ranging from promotion of agriculture in each respective county to legislative issues. He enjoys the aspect of his job that allows him to work with youth agricultural organizations, like the FFA and 4-H.
Life after graduation:
After I graduated Auburn University in 2012, I was a high school agriscience teacher and FFA advisor at Fayette County High School in Fayette, Alabama, for two years. I enjoyed this job tremendously and still enjoy helping out with the agriculture program at FCHS whenever I can. I began working for the Alabama Farmers Federation in the fall of 2013 as an area director. My wife, Anna, and I started dating in the fall of 2014 and we where married on February 7, 2015, in our hometown of Arab, Alabama, in Marshall County. We enjoy being involved with our church family at Southside Baptist Church and helping out with local youth agriculture programs, our Cattlemen’s Association Rodeo and the Fayette County Fair.
favorite AUBURN MEMORY:
I have so many wonderful memories from my time on the Plains. One of the greatest memories I have is the 2010 football season when we won the National Championship, but the greatest thing I took away from my time at Auburn University was the friendships I made there. I have the privilege of working and interacting with many of my classmates on a weekly basis. The friendships and memories made at Auburn will last a lifetime. It is truly a wonderful place!