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Bradley, Dunn hired at Arkansas Farm Bureau

Pair will lead national, local affairs efforts for advocacy group

6/2/2014 at 11:10 a.m.


 
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Farm Bureau has hired Zac Bradley as director of public policy for national affairs and Ross Dunn as assistant director of public policy, local affairs and rural development. Bradley comes to Farm Bureau after working as Wal-Mart’s manager of public affairs, campaign and policy. Dunn has been working as a special assistant in the Attorney General’s office.

“Both possess good experience and strong skill sets that will help us achieve our goals and objectives,” said Stanley Hill, Farm Bureau’s vice president of public policy. “I’m happy to have them looking out for the needs and interests of agriculture and rural Arkansas.”

Bradley earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Yale University in 2006. Before his most-recent job with Wal-Mart, Bradley worked in the Arkansas Attorney General’s office as public affairs director. He also worked for U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor’s office as a legislative correspondent. In 2012, Bradley was mentioned in Arkansas Business’ “20 in Their 20s” article for being among Arkansas’ most influential young adults in public service and intergovernmental affairs.

Dunn is a 2012 graduate of the University of Arkansas with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science and communications. He worked as an intern with U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor’s office and as a legislative aide with Noble Strategies. Dunn also worked as farm manager for Whitehead Farms in Marianna.

Bradley will be responsible for the execution of lobbying activities, serve as a liaison to certain federal and state agencies and the Arkansas General Assembly, and will assist with Farm Bureau’s policy development and political education programs. Dunn will be assisting county Farm Bureaus with local issues and rural development efforts. He will research and maintain information pertaining local ordinances, zoning and regulatory activities.

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Zac Bradley


 

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Ross Dunn


Arkansas Farm Bureau is a nonprofit, private advocacy organization of more than 190,000 families throughout the state working to improve farm and rural life.

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For more information contact:

Steve Eddington
(501) 228-1383
PO Box 31, Little Rock 72203

or

Mollie Dykes
(501) 228-1394
PO Box 31, Little Rock 72203

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