CENTENNIAL -- Colorado Farm Bureau (CFB) welcomes Taylor Lobato to the organization’s core team. Lobato will support the organization’s public policy goals as director of policy communications.
Hailing from a cattle ranch in the San Luis Valley, Lobato’s family has been in Colorado since the mid-1700s. It was here that she found her passion for agriculture and rural issues. After her family’s involvement in an education funding lawsuit, Lobato decided to pursue a degree in public policy and strategic communications at the University of Denver so she could better advocate for rural communities across Colorado.
Before coming to CFB, Lobato honed her communications skills at a local communications agency that focused on public issues. She is excited to join CFB where she can help tell the story of Colorado’s agriculture community.
Also joining the CFB team is Zach Riley who will be director of federal affairs. He previously served as director of governmental affairs for the New Mexico Farm and Livestock Bureau.
CFB is excited to welcome these two new additions to the staff to continue to ensure the success of farming, ranching and rural heritage in Colorado.