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Farm Credit of the Virginias Names New CEO - Read more
July 17, 2019
In July, Farm Credit of the Virginias (FCV) welcomed back 2018 summer intern, Daniel Scott, to assume a full-time Generalist position. Scott will be working out of the Harrisonburg branch.
Scott grew up in Bedford County, VA where his family owns and operates a beef cattle farm. He was an active member of both the FFA and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) in high school.
Scott graduated from Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) in May 2019 with a Business Administration degree and a Minor in Accounting and Human Resources. While at EMU, Scott played baseball where he served as team captain for two years.
In regards to what he looks forward to bringing to the FCV team, Scott shared, “I’m excited to bring my energy and teamwork mentality to the Farm Credit team. Four years playing baseball at EMU instilled these traits and I look forward to employing them to motivate those around me and providing the best possible service to our customers-owners.”
During Scott’s 2018 summer internship with FCV, he got the opportunity to tour our footprint, and learn the ins and outs of our association as well as the overarching Farm Credit System, he said, “I’m joining the team with a thorough understanding of the Farm Credit System, which I attained during my internship. That will position me to really hit the ground running in my new role.”
“We are very pleased to welcome Daniel to our team,” said Scott’s supervisor and FCV Credit Manager, Brad Hewitt. “Daniel’s experience as a summer intern and his passion for agriculture will allow him to make immediate contributions to serving our customer-owners.”
About Farm Credit of the Virginias
Farm Credit of the Virginias provides over $1.8 billion dollars in financing to more than 11,000 farmers, agribusinesses and rural homeowners throughout Virginia, West Virginia and western Maryland. Farm Credit is a cooperative capitalized largely through investments made by farmers, ranchers and the rural homeowners and businesses that borrow from them. In fact, as part of a nationwide network they are the largest single provider of agricultural credit in the United States and have been for over 100 years. Farm Credit helps maintain and improve the quality of life in rural America and on the farm through its constant commitment to competitive lending, expert financial services and for facilitating and sharing knowledge and resources through the Farm Credit Knowledge Center. For more information, visit www.FarmCreditKnowledgeCenter.com or www.FarmCreditofVirginias.com.
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