Meet the Promotion & Education Committee

The Promotion and Education Committee is comprised of nine individuals elected from each of the NDFB districts in the state. The committee oversees a variety of programs to help people better understand the important role agriculture plays in our lives. To learn more about P&E, contact NDFB Director of Organizational Development, Joey Bailey. Visit the P&E page on Facebook.

An image of Jolyn Wasem, P&E Chair-District 9 Representative

Jolyn Wasem, P&E Chair

District 9 Representative

Jolyn was elected NDFB Promotion and Education Committee chair in 2021. In her role, she has a seat on the NDFB Board of Directors.

Jolyn and her husband, Chris, raise commercial and registered Red Angus and grow crops for feed.

She previously served as the N.D. Cattle Women state president and is still active in the District 4 Cattle Women.

Jolyn and Chris have two daughters.

An image of Darin Otto-District 1 Representative

Darin Otto

District 1 Representative

Darin lives on a farm near Crystal, N.D. He drives school bus for Valley-Edinburg Public Schools, is the clerk/treasurer for Crystal Township and operates a fun bus business. He has lived on the family farm all his life and continues to help neighbors during harvest.

He says he became involve in Farm Bureau because misinformation about farming and ranching is so widespread. "Agriculture is the lifeblood of our culture, country, and world," he says.

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Anna Lemm-Wiegandt

Disrict 2 representative

Anna and her husband, Troy, live in Fargo. Anna curently works for Ag Country as a marketing content specialist. She also has her own photography business. She continues to work on her family's farm where they raise corn, soybeans, small grains and Hereford cattle.

She says she got involved in volunteer service because she loves what Farm Bureau does to advocate for farmers and ranchers. "I am excited to help continue Farm Bureau's mission," she says.

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Kara Wulfekuhle

District 3 representative

Kara and her husband, Tyler, live in Wahpeton, ND. Kara works for North Dakota Farm Management at the NDSCS - Wahpeton location. Her husband works on the family farm where they raise corn, soybeans, wheat, and sugar beets. Kara and Tyler also manage a small herd of show cattle. When they’re not working on the farm, Kara and Tyler enjoy going to shows and helping kids with their beef cattle projects. They have a daughter.

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Jennie Brossart

District 4 representative

Jennie and her husband, Chris, farm near Wolford. They raise spring wheat, malting barley, soybeans, canola and corn. Jennie has been active in Farm Bureau on the county level and also is the Little Flower School PTO Secretary and serves on the St Mary's Ladies Committee.

Jennie says she is excited to help educate others about agriculture in our state and says being part of the committee is a way to help her help "on a higher level."

The Brossarts have three children.

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Chelsey Erdmann

District 5 Representative

Chelsey is a sixth generation farmer and rancher from east central North Dakota. Along with her family, they raise seed oats, pinto beans, soybeans, corn, commercial cattle and a couple of kids.

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JaCee Aaseth

District 6 Representative

JaCee farms and ranches with her parents near Velva, N.D.

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Samantha Froelich

District 7 representative

Sam lives in Lincoln, N.D., and works for First International Bank & Trust in Bismarck as a credit analyst assistant manager. She raises registered Angus and SimAngus cattle with her parents and is involved with her extended family’s commercial cow-calf operation and registered Quarter Horse operation. In her free time, she loves attending cattle shows, cheering on the NDSU Bison, and spending time spoiling her niece.

An image of Tara Uran-District 8 Representative

Tara Uran

District 8 Representative

Tara farms with her husband, Bradley, in Mountrail County. They raise canola, wheat, soybeans and peas. She is the treasurer of Mountrail County Ag Improvement Association. Tara says she became involved "To promote agriculture and agriculture education in our communities in northwestern North Dakota."

The Urans have one child.

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