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Ex-commissioner Holly Stacy announces new job




TIFFIN, OH ( News) — Holly Stacy, who resigned from the Seneca County Commission in June, has announced the new job she will be taking after weeks of public speculation.

Leonard Hubert, state executive director of the USDA Farm Service Agency’s County Operations Trainee Program, announced that Stacy is among four people selected to be part of the program.

The county operations trainee program provides qualified and trained personnel for appointment to the position of county executive director within FSA.

Stacy hopes to get a county management position following her training.

Prior to becoming a commissioner, Stacy served as the CEO/President of the Chamber of Commerce of Sandusky County for 10 years. She has also worked as a public involvement manager in the transportation industry for nine years.

She also worked for The Ohio State University Extension at the Agricultural Business Enhancement Center in NW Ohio and in Sandusky County as the 4-H Extension Agent. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Agricultural Communications from The Ohio State University and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Tiffin University.

One of the things Stacy is most proud of was her representation of the agricultural community. “Clearly, the focus and interest was not on a single agenda item, but just knowing the importance of ag for this county, we wanted to make sure we could locally continue to provide services here,” she said, adding that not all counties have their own ag center.

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