Brock joins Marion FSA

Molly Brock has been selected as the County Executive Director (CED) for the Marion County Farm Service Agency office. Brock graduated from Purdue University in 2003, with a bachelor’s degree in agricultural communication with a minor in communication. After graduation, she accepted a post graduate internship with Purdue University in the Department of Agricultural Communication. Later that year, she began to work as a temporary writer and Web editor with Purdue University in the Department of Agricultural Communication.

In 2005, Brock began to work for Univertical Corporation in Angola, Ind. as a marketing coordinator. A year later, she accepted a position with FSA as a program technician for Marshall County, in Plymouth, Ind. Wanting to return to Ohio, Brock applied and was selected into the County Operations Trainee (COT) program in 2009. After completing the formal COT training program, she was stationed at the Ohio FSA state office and in various county offices where she continued to learn from the FSA County office employees. In March 2011, Brock was chosen by the Marion County committee to serve as CED.

Brock is from South Charleston, where she grew up on a grain and livestock farm.

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