OKLAHOMA CITY—The American Farmers & Ranchers/Oklahoma Farmers Union (AFR/OFU) Cooperative has filled its AFR/OFU Membership Involvement and Event Coordinator position with a new team member—Kay County native Ellen Roth.

Through the AFR/OFU Membership Involvement and Event Coordinator position, Ellen Roth is returning to her agriculture roots. Roth was raised in Kay County as a fourth-generation member of an Oklahoma farm family and is a graduate of Ponca City High School. She is a recent graduate of Oklahoma City University (OCU), where she earned degrees in finance, economics and Spanish.

During her time at OCU, Roth was active in the OCU Student Civic Engagement Committee, the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Dance Marathon and Alpha Chi Omega Sorority. Through this involvement, she brings fresh knowledge of membership engagement and event management.

For more information on AFR/OFU Cooperative’s membership and event efforts, contact AFR/OFU Press Secretary Laici Neumann at 405-218-5593 or laici.neumann@afrmic.com.

AFR/OFU Cooperative is a membership services organization established in 1905 as Oklahoma Farmers Union. AFR/OFU provides educational, legislative and cooperative programs across the state and serves as a watchdog for Oklahoma’s family farmers and ranchers and rural communities. The organization is actively supportive of the state’s agricultural industry and rural population with membership consisting of farmers actively involved in production agriculture and non-farmers adding their voice in support of AFR/OFU principles.