NWIAA National Team
Founder/CEO of National Women In Agriculture Association, the largest non-profit Women In Agriculture Organization in the World!
AGRICULTURIST. ENTREPRENEUR. STRATEGIC BUSINESS DEVELOPER. EDUCATOR. CIVIL RIGHTS WOMEN & CHILDREN ADVOCATE.
Dr. Tammy Gray-Steele
Founder/CEO of National Women In Agriculture Association
Valontay Linzy is the executive assistant for National Women in Agriculture. She works directly with Executive Director Dr. Tammy Gray-Steele at the headquarters building located in Oklahoma City, Ok
Executive Assistant for National Women in Agriculture
Darlene Gunther, M.S. as several years’ teaching experience, including successful development of the Biotechnology Program in the TN Metropolitan School System (MNPS, grades 9-12). She successfully initiated Industrial Hemp Research at TN State University (TSU) and instrumental in supporting the TN Dept. of Agriculture in advancing the production of hemp and support for hemp farmers in the state.
Darlene Gunther, M.S.
Amanda Edwards is a Tampa, Florida native and first-generation stateside born citizen who became the first in her family to attend university. Ms. Edwards is a devoted mother of two-year-old twins and serves as a senior student in the College of Public Health at the University of South Florida. In addition to her studies, Ms. Edwards is an avid Second Degree Black Belt Instructor, and Tae-Kwon-Do enthusiast. By utilizing her gifts collectively, Ms. Edwards strives to fulfill her God-given purpose to eliminate poverty in urban and rural communities by sowing seeds of enlightenment in the youths of society.
Darlene Gunther, M.S.
Naomi Borquaye Jenkins
Naomi Borquaye Jenkins, MBA has a vision where regular ideas can turn into streams of income. Her mentor Lisa Miller always used to say; "it takes faith the size of a mustard seed." This is what Naomi lives by. Mrs. Jenkins is a 2010 graduate of Langston University and a 2011 graduate of Oklahoma Christian University. She has a Master of Business Administration with an emphasis on Accounting. She started her career in public accounting as an auditor. From that experience she gained valuable knowledge about financial statements and internal controls.
Mrs. Jenkins enjoys time with her family, especially her daughter Rylan. She is a hand full and a ball of energy which keeps Mrs. Jenkins on her toes. Also, Mrs. Jenkins spends her extra time coaching various cheerleading teams in Oklahoma City.