Alabama/Florida/Georgia Regional Pageant 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!
National Contestant Coordinator
Eastern Regional Pageant 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.
National Communications Director
Midwest Regional Pageant Director & Texas State Pageant Director
Holly was born and raised in Kirksville, Missouri to Mike and Charisse Hatfield. She was a part of 4-H for 11 years and FFA for 5. While in her 4-H career she was a Northeast Regional Representative from 2015-2017 and was nominated as 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 recently graduated from Northwest Missouri State University with a Bachelors of Science in Agronomy & Horticulture and a Bachelors of Science Education in Agriculture Education. She is enrolled at Iowa State University graduate school to conduct research for the Agronomic field. Her future goal is to obtain a PhD in Plant Pathology. She currently works on a commercial potato farm, in Dalhart, TX, that supplies chips for Frito Lay and H-E-B. She is an Agronomist and Shipping Coordinator of the Texas location.\n\n Holly was the 2017-2018 Missouri Miss United States Agriculture and won National Miss United States Agriculture in 2018! She traveled to over 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 sister queens. She was so excited to bring state pageants to her hometown regions.
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Colorado State Pageant Director
I joined the Miss United States Agriculture in October of 2019. I’ve very excited to promote and help Colorado grow! I’m a single mom to two great kids. My son is in college and my daughter is the 2020 Colorado Junior Miss United States Agriculture. They are my world. We are involved in 4H and FFA. My daughter and I also raise American Alpine Dairy Goats. We are also members of the American Dairy Goat Association. Together we own “Bacon and Eggs Farm. I am also on the board for Hope thru Hooves and a team member on CART (Community Animal Response Team). My day jobs are a substitute teacher and a CNA.
Please feel free to contact me for any questions or to help you join our great Miss United States Agriculture family!!For more information contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Southern Midwest Pageant Director
Kailey Guinn is from Porter, Oklahoma. Her passion for agriculture began on her family cow/calf operation. Kailey showed pigs growing up and was heavily involved in her FFA chapter, serving as chapter president for two years and participating in various public speaking and CDE events. Kailey served as the 2019 Oklahoma Miss United States Agriculture and held the title of 2019 National Miss United States Agriculture. She is currently a student at the University of Oklahoma and serves as the Director for the Southern Midwest Regional Pageant. Contact her at
North Carolina, South Carolina & Tennessee State Pageant Director
Karissa believes in the future of Agriculture and being a positive advocate for the Agriculture industry. Karissa grew up on her grandparents’ small cow/calf operation in San Diego, California. She continued her love for agriculture by joining Japatul 4H and El Capitan FFA where she participated on multiple judging teams, attended leadership conferences, and showed livestock at her county fairs. Karissa is also an American FFA Degree recipient. Upon graduating from El Capital High School, Karissa attended Reedley College where she studied Animal Science and Agriculture Business. She was an active AGvocate on campus as well as being the Swine Herdsman. After 3 years of attending college, she took some time off from school due to her being home sick. While being home, Karissa discovered her love for line dancing and it was only fitting that she met her husband while doing so. Because her husband is in the military and from North Carolina, he convinced her to move to his home state where she now proudly represents! Karissa has now decided to return to college finish her Animal Science Degree and is excited to continue her path to help shape and guide our future AGvocates!
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