WASHINGTON – National Farmers Union (NFU) is pleased to announce the selection of Brittany Jablonsky as Chief of Staff. Jablonsky, who previously held various roles within NFU, is set to bring her wealth of experience and expertise back to the organization. She joins NFU from the Farm Credit Council, where she most recently served as Vice President of Public Policy and Stakeholder Relations.

In her capacity as Chief of Staff, Jablonsky will play a pivotal role in fostering collaboration among NFU’s departments, steering major annual events, ensuring alignment between national and state-level initiatives, and enhancing NFU’s organizational capabilities.

NFU President Rob Larew expressed his enthusiasm for Jablonsky’s new role, saying, “Brittany is a dynamic and experienced leader with a proven track record of building robust coalitions and institutions. Given her extensive background in Farmers Union, Brittany understands the inherent strength and potential of our organization. I look forward to working alongside her to advance NFU’s mission.”

Jablonsky worked for NFU from 2008 to 2014 in several capacities, culminating in her role as Director of Communications. Additionally, she has experience as a Legislative Assistant focused on agriculture policy for Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota.

Jablonsky remarked, “I’m thrilled to return to NFU and support the organization’s critical work advocating for farm families and their rural communities.”

Jablonsky holds degrees in English and Sociology from the University of Minnesota Morris and hails from a family cow-calf and wheat operation near Dickinson, North Dakota. She resides in Washington, DC, with her husband and two daughters.

Jablonsky’s start date as NFU’s Chief of Staff is set for January 3, 2024.

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