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Building Your Legacy: AGvocate. 2012 National Women in Agriculture Educators Conference March 28, 2012 The Peabody Hotel, Memphis, TN. Presented by: Stacey Huffman , Jodi Richmond and Jennifer Williams West Virginia University Extension Service. Impressions Are Everything.

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Building your legacy agvocate

Building Your Legacy:AGvocate

2012 National Women in Agriculture Educators Conference

March 28, 2012

The Peabody Hotel, Memphis, TN

Presented by: Stacey Huffman, Jodi Richmond and Jennifer Williams

West Virginia University Extension Service


Impressions are everything

Impressions Are Everything


Reality is important

Reality is Important


Some food for thought

Some Food for Thought…


Agricultural advocacy agvocacy

Agricultural Advocacy“Agvocacy”

Understanding and Implementing

Your Personal

AGvocacy Agenda


Why agvocate

Why AGvocate

Share Your Passion

Protect The Image

Dispel Myths

Reinforce Positives

Influence the Conversation


Target audiences

Target Audiences

  • Consumers

  • School Groups

  • Political and Community Leaders

  • Media Groups


How do i agvocate

How Do I Agvocate?

  • Volunteer

    • Local Schools

    • Youth Organizations

  • Guest Speaker

    • Club Meetings

  • Legislative Visits

    • Local

    • State

    • National

  • Utilize Media Outlets

    • Newspaper

    • Television

    • Radio

    • Social Media

  • Agritourism

    • Farm Visits

    • Newsletter

    • Advertisement


Guiding principles

Guiding Principles

  • The Know’s

    • Know who you are and what you believe in

    • Know who you are talking to

    • Know what is important to those you are talking to


Guiding principles1

Guiding Principles

  • The Be’s

    • Be Knowledgable

    • Be flexible

    • Be relentless

    • Be honest

    • Be willing to bring in others


Guiding principles ingredients for success

Guiding PrinciplesIngredients for Success!

  • Persistence

  • Integrity

  • Guts


Creating your message elevator speech

Creating Your MessageElevator Speech

Elements

  • Short (30 Seconds to 2 Minutes)

  • Informative/Descriptive

  • Attention Grabbing


References

References

Farmers Fight! TAMU Ag Advocacy 2012

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Farmers-Fight-TAMU-Ag-Advocacy-2012/185557591535655

Monsanto: Some Food for Thought

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7A4oAyKOGHg

Agriculture Impressions

http://www.facebook.com/agricultureimpressions

Marshall Stewart Legislative Advocacy

http://www.slideshare.net/debgebeke/legislative-advocacy-marshall-stewart


Questions or comments

Questions or Comments?

Thanks For Attending!

Stacey Huffman, WVU Extension Agent, Mineral County

Phone:(304) 788-3621

Email: [email protected]

Jodi Richmond, WVU Extension Agent, Mercer County

Phone:(304) 425-3079

Email: [email protected]

Jennifer Williams, Director, Agriculture and Natural Resources

Phone:(304) 293-2560

Email: [email protected]


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