December 1 – TIFTON, Georgia – Nine students have been selected to lead the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources (SANR) at Abraham Baldwin College of Agriculture.
SANR executives include Chrys Milner, a major in agricultural education from Tifton; Brittany Braddy, a major in agricultural education from Mount Vernon; Charley Lollis, a major in agricultural communications from Perry; Lindsey Winzell, a major in agricultural education from Cairo; Caleb Warren, an agro-industry major at Warner Robins; Justin Nichols, a major in agricultural education with a concentration in agricultural studies and a minor in agricultural communication from Rochelle; Ivey Cook, an agricultural education student from Ty Ty; Bridget Dixon, a major in agricultural communication from Kite; and Jamya Barnett, an agriculture major from Wauchula, Florida.
SANR Studies and Careers Coordinator Suzanne Bentley said students play a key role in the growth of the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
“To work with these nine SANR leaders is truly a privilege,” said Bentley. “We have a strong team with a diverse talent pool, which makes it a dynamic and complete team. These students tackle all the tasks assigned to them and they serve SANR well. “
Selection of SANR leaders was based on cumulative grade point average, club / organization activity and leadership skills. Band members will be in attendance at SANR sponsored events, Stallion Days and other recruiting opportunities.
“Serving and defending the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources has been the best opportunity of my year,” Nichols said. “SANR is where students become a family on the ABAC campus, and the foundation for success is laid. I hope to share my passion for SANR and help other students develop the same appreciation during their stay. on and off campus. “