Betsy E. Huber
Immediate Past Master, Pennsylvania State Grange
Betsy E. Huber is the immediate past master of the Pennsylvania State Grange, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life through educational, social and legislative activities; promoting family life through family-oriented activities; advancing the cause of agriculture; developing rural leadership; and acting as a spokesman in public affairs.
A native of Chester County, Pennsylvania, Mrs. Huber attended Millersville and Lincoln Universities and graduated from the RULE PA Rural Leadership Program in 2001.
Throughout her career, Mrs. Huber has held various positions throughout the agricultural community which include serving as township supervisor for the Upper Oxford Township, chairman of the Township Agricultural Security Area Advisory Committee, treasurer of the Chester County Association of Township Officials, and as a member of the Pennsylvania Agriculture Awareness Foundation Board, Chester County Pomona Grange, Pennsylvania Agricultural Air Quality Task Force, and Chester County Water Resources Task Force.
Mrs. Huber was honored with the Chester County Distinguished Service to Agriculture Award in 2004.
Mrs. Huber was elected to the Board of Trustees by the delegates from the agricultural societies for a three-year term beginning July 2005 and was reelected for a succeeding term.