Farm Credit enables the agriculture industry to do what they do best: feed, clothe, and fuel our country and the world. This position will allow me to be a part of that mission.
Westminster, MD (PRWEB) October 14, 2014
MidAtlantic Farm Credit recently announced the hiring of Kelsey Maslen as a loan officer trainee. She will be based out of the company’s office in Frederick, Maryland and will report directly to John Stump, loan manager for MidAtlantic Farm Credit.
“Kelsey will be a great addition to our loan staff,” says Stump. “Her outgoing personality and knowledge of agriculture will be a huge asset, and we look forward to her getting to know our customers.”
As a loan officer trainee, Maslen will work with staff to learn all of the financial services Farm Credit offers and provide customers with solutions they need to grow their businesses. “I feel incredibly blessed to be working for Farm Credit,” says Maslen. “Farm Credit enables the agriculture industry to do what they do best: feed, clothe, and fuel our country and the world. This position will allow me to be a part of that mission.”
Maslen, originally from Woodsboro, Maryland, graduated from Kansas State University in 2011 with a degree in agribusiness, with a specialty in international agriculture. Upon graduation, she worked in college admissions for Kansas State University and Spring Hill College in Mobile, Alabama. During high school, Maslen participated in FFA and served as the Maryland State FFA Treasurer and the Maryland National FFA officer candidate.
About MidAtlantic Farm Credit
MidAtlantic Farm Credit is an agricultural lending cooperative owned by its member‐borrowers. It provides farm loans for land, equipment, livestock and production; crop insurance; and rural home mortgages. The co-op has over 10,400 members and more than $2.2 billion in loans outstanding. MidAtlantic has branches serving Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia. It is part of the national Farm Credit System, a network of financial cooperatives established in 1916 to provide a dependable source of credit to farmers and rural America.