The National Farmers Union (NFU) has announced Brittany Jablonsky as its new Chief of Staff. Jablonsky returns to NFU with a comprehensive background in farm policy and advocacy, having previously served in various roles within the organization and most recently as Vice President of Public Policy at the Farm Credit Council.
Her tenure at NFU, spanning from 2008 to 2014, was highlighted by her advancement to Director of Communications. Additionally, her experience on Capitol Hill as a Legislative Assistant for Senator Amy Klobuchar has equipped her with valuable insights into agriculture policy.
As Chief of Staff, Jablonsky’s responsibilities include enhancing collaboration within NFU, managing significant events, aligning initiatives at both national and state levels, and strengthening the organization's capabilities.
NFU President Rob Larew welcomed Jablonsky’s appointment, citing her dynamic leadership and deep familiarity with NFU’s goals and strengths. He anticipates her contribution to advancing the organization's mission in supporting agricultural communities.
With degrees in English and Sociology and roots in a North Dakota farming family, Jablonsky offers a blend of academic and practical experience in agriculture. Her appointment is seen as a strategic move to bolster NFU’s advocacy and support for farm families and rural communities.
Brittany Jablonsky is set to begin her role as Chief of Staff on January 3, 2024, and is based in Washington, DC, with her family. Source : wisconsinagconnection