Megan Keller

National Contestant Coordinator

Pennsylvania & Ohio State Director

Megan was born in Lancaster County, raised in Fulton County, and now resides in Lewistown Pennsylvania where she is a high school agriculture instructor at the Mifflin County Academy of Science and Technology and the Big Valley FFA advisor. While growing up in Fulton County she was active in the local 4-H and FFA. Megan graduated from Penn State University in 2015 where she majored in agricultural extension and education. While at PSU she worked at the swine research center. After graduation Megan accepted a full time position with Country View Family Farms where she worked her way up to a breed lead before taking on her new position as a teacher. Megan also co owns and operates T & H Boer Goats where they raise and sell ABGA registered stock and market goats. She is a graduate student at the University of San Diego working towards her masters of education with an emphasis on special education.

Holly Hatfield

National Communications Director

Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska & Kansas    State Director

Holly was born and raised in Kirksville, Missouri. She was a part of 4-H for 11 years and FFA for 5 years. While in her 4-H career she was a Northeast Regional Representative from 2015-2017 and was nominated the Missouri Foundation Trustee on the State 4-H officer team in 2018. She received her State and American FFA Degree and competed in speaking contest. She graduated from Kirksville Senior High in 2016 and began college in the fall. She attends Northwest Missouri State University pursuing a Bachelors of Science in Agronomy & Horticulture and a Bachelors of Science Education in Agriculture Education. She will graduate from Northwest May 2020 and plans to pursue a Masters and Doctorate in Plant Pathology. Holly was the 2017-2018 Missouri Miss United States Agriculture and won the National Miss United States Agriculture in 2018! She traveled to 30 states and visited its agricultural aspects, met government officials, and engaged with the community. Throughout her National reign she fell in love with this program and her queen sisters. She was so excited to bring state pageants to her hometown regions. For more information contact her at

Ciera Ingram

National Director

Ciera and her husband Chase Ingram began Miss United States Agriculture in 2014 in Alabama, their home state. Their love for agriculture and inspiring youth to advocate for the industry sparked the idea for the program. She never thought that it would grow into the organization that it is today! 

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