Dr. Steele's 
Community 
Engagement

The true essence of a global leader is their ability to effect change at a grassroots level. Dr. Steele has spent years on the ground connecting with communities all over the United States. Her passion for American Agriculture is unmatched!

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Circle R Ranch Disabilitity Camp

Circle R Ranch Disabilitity Camp, located in Seminole County, Oklahoma was incorporated on September 2, 2009. Circle R Ranch is an 1100 acre ranch that offers on site opportunities to physically challenged individuals. 

J.A.D.E. (Junior Agri-Diva Education)

This program was initiated by the daughter of Dr. Tammy Gray-Steele, Jade Steele, who has been involved in agriculture since she was 5 years old. Jade now attends college at Spelman in Atlanta, GA, working toward a pre-med degree to become a Medical Doctor (M.D.). Jade's goal is to use her education to better serve and meet the needs of underprivileged women and children. This program is designed to empower young women, no matter their circumstances. Despite being raised in underprivileged areas of the United States, it is our belief that young women can still achieve success in life as a result of involvement in agriculture and this program.

Hip Hop Producers

NWIAA's Hip Hop Producers and the United States Veterans have been busy blessing their communities.  NWIAA’s Veterans Class structure aligns with National Women In Ag. Association’s motto: "Growing Character, Health, and Income from the Ground Up!" The National Men in Ag. and Women in Ag. Associations are excited to have U. S. Veterans on our team giving back, mentoring, and assisting new and beginning farmers and ranchers. Together, we will save the next minority generation and produce good citizens and quality producers.

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