Members’ Meeting

OEFFA Membership Meeting 

Join us for OEFFA’s annual membership meeting, the time each year when our members come together to hear the latest about OEFFA and share thoughts. Please come to listen, learn, and share.

Friday, February 16—4:30-5 p.m.

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Board Elections

  • Jordan Campbell holds a passion for people and helping them succeed. Since starting her career at Huntington Bank in 2016, she has been building relationships and now serves as their business development officer. A lifelong Columbus resident, she lives in Plain City and will graduate with her MBA from Capital University this fall. In her free time, Jordan enjoys playing tennis, traveling, and trying new restaurants.
  • Mary Duffey is a Columbus native with a law career in public finance, a practice to help fund public and nonprofit capital projects, like hospitals and infrastructure. Mary is interested in environmental issues, voter rights and access, and arts organizations, and is involved with nonprofit and public boards, such as the Ohio Environmental Council Action Fund. Her interests include their Trumbull County family farm, gardening, hiking, travel, the emerging field of agrivoltaics, and her family.
  • Alex Dragovich is a married father of four, and the owner of Mud Run Farm and Mill in Navarre, Ohio. Using horse and tractor power to operate the small family farm, they raise chickens for eggs and meat, grow grains, and sell on site or through farmers’ and local markets. A lifelong believer in organics, they were first certified organic in 2007, and are Real Organic Project certified and a part of the Artisan Grain Collaboration. Alex has been active with OEFFA in policy and advocacy, most recently with the farm bill.
  • Lisa Helm Hancock is the founder of Dayton Urban Grown Cooperative, an incubator/training farm focused on small-scale, year-round, regenerative, intensive vegetable production that has produced $20,000 worth of produce on 1/10-acre. Previously, she founded Garden Station and organized EarthFest for thousands of attendees, organized 70 sustainable living workshops a year, and a local farmers’ co-op. Lisa now teaches new farmers online, and has taught at organic farming conferences in five states.
  • Tom Rapini owns and operates a small organic farm in Mentor, Ohio, with his soulmate Valerie. The farm also hosts an organic food co-op that offers local food or bulk foods through a buying club. A passionate advocate of renewable energy, nearly all of the farm’s electricity is generated by a 5,000-watt solar array. An OEFFA member for over 20 years, Tom has presented at the OEFFA conferences, served on the OEFFA board since 2018, and is acting president of the Lake Effect Chapter.

Paper copies of Board nominees’ bios are available at the registration table.

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41 Croswell Rd.
Columbus OH 43214


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