Justin Dahm joined Indiana Farm Bureau’s staff at the beginning of May as the new regional manager for Benton, Fulton, Jasper, Newton and Pulaski counties.
As regional manager, Dahm will serve as a liaison between the county and state, providing tools necessary for excellent membership experiences and promoting agriculture within his counties.
“I help coordinate fun events and opportunities for the agricultural community to come together, helping to implement policies that will benefit our farmers,” said Dahm.
Dahm graduated from Indiana University South Bend with a double major in marketing and advertising. Six days after graduation, Dahm began work at Farm Bureau.
Throughout his collegiate career, Dahm worked a variety of jobs, including a marketing internship with Fair Oaks Farms, coaching soccer and assisting on his grandpa’s farm.
Outside of the office, Dahm can be found at the lake. He enjoys skiing, tubing, wake-boarding, wake-surfing and spending time with his girlfriend of five years.
“I am looking forward to meeting new people, learning more about agriculture and helping the agricultural community to the best of my ability,” said Dahm. “Since I began at Farm Bureau, all the staff in the home office and in each county office have been nothing but kind and supportive to me. I am looking forward to meeting and working alongside everyone to advocate for agriculture.”
To contact Dahm, email him or call 219-252-0073.