Ashton Redd, from Casa Grande, Arizona, is currently pursuing dual Bachelor of Science degrees in Agribusiness Economics and Environment Water Resource Economics at the University of Arizona, with minors in government public policy and community innovation.
Ashton developed her love for agriculture early on, showcasing livestock at the Pinal County Fair for 9 years through 4-H and FFA. Following her term as the 2020-2021 state FFA president in Arizona, she served as a state staff consultant, overseeing the state officer team and managing leadership events.
At the University of Arizona, she is an ambassador for the College of Agriculture, Life, and Environmental Sciences, vice president of the Sigma Alpha Professional Agricultural Sorority, and a member of the University’s Young Farmers and Ranchers chapter. After graduation she plans to attend law school for a Juris Doctorate, aspiring to become a water rights and policy attorney.