Board Overview

Board Structure

Board Structure

Our Board includes three customer-elected Directors and one Board-appointed Directors. Elections are held annually for open governance positions. The appointed Directors are selected based on specific areas of expertise and to address unique Board requirements.

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Code of Ethics

Code of Ethics

At Frontier Farm Credit, our core values of honesty and integrity are at the heart of everything we stand for and are reflected in everything we do. By pledging to follow ethical practices, we reaffirm our commitment to serve the long-term interests of our customers. Every action and business decision is driven by these values. The Board of Directors has adopted a Code of Ethics.

Frontier Farm Credit Directors uphold these values through Standards of Conduct and Code of Ethics Policies, which define expected actions and behavior. All Directors and employees are expected to conduct their official duties in a professional manner, and avoid conflicts of interest, real or apparent, and the appearance of impropriety with Directors, employees, customers and others who conduct business with Frontier Farm Credit. This commitment starts with our Board of Directors. Our Directors are proactive and focused on strategic and operational excellence that aligns with the best interests of our member-customers.

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Board Responsibilities

Board Responsibilities

The Board is responsible for overseeing and interacting with senior leadership. Through their experience and knowledge, they exercise sound judgment on key aspects of our business including strategic planning, leadership development and succession, operating performance, compliance and stockholder value.

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Corporate Governance

Corporate Governance

We continually review corporate governance guidelines to ensure they align with financial services industry best practices. In fact, as a privately held cooperative, Frontier Farm Credit’s Board has proactively implemented changes to its structure and business practices to align with financial industry standards. The Audit Committee assists the Board in fulfilling its fiduciary and oversight responsibilities.

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Kathy Brick
Overland Park, KS

An appointed Director, Brick has a background in finance, accounting, internal controls, risk management, regulatory compliance, strategic planning and process improvement. She consults through Kathy Brick, LLC and also serves as managing director of Prairie View holdings, LLC, a family farming operation in Missouri. She was appointed to the Frontier Farm Credit Board in 2014; her term ends March 31, 2024.

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Bill Miller
Council Grove, KS

Miller is president of ABCD2 Cattle Co., L.L.C., a cattle feeding business, and co-owner of Miller Ranch, a ranch on which he and his wife run commercial Angus cows. Additionally, he previously served as Vice President of communications for U.S. Premium Beef, L.L.C. Miller serves on the CoBank Nominating Committee, he is the vice chairman of the Morris County Hospital board and sits on the Council Grove Community High School mentoring board. He was elected to the Frontier Farm Credit Board in 2006; his current term ends March 31, 2023.

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Lee Mueller
Vice Chairperson
Hiawatha, KS

Mueller is president of Laus Creek Farm, Inc., and raises corn and soybeans. He also owns Laus Creek Trucking, LLC. He serves on the Highland Community College Precision Ag Department Advisory Committee, and as a trustee for the Hiawatha Community Foundation. Mueller was elected to the Frontier Farm Credit Board in 2015; his current term ends March 31, 2024.

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Shane Tiffany
Board Chairperson
Allen, KS

Tiffany is president of Tiffany Cattle Co., Inc., a custom, cattle feeding operation, Tiffany Holdings, LLC, an agricultural land holding company, Tiffany Enterprises, LLC, a real estate investment company, and Medicine Man Pharms, LLC, a farming operation. He is also vice president of Tiffany Family Farms, LLC, a farming operation and has a minority ownership interest in OWNX, LLC, a gold and silver investment company, and Elevate Ag, LLC, an ag company that produces biological stimulants. He is a member of the KLA Cattle Feeders Council Executive Committee and an elder of High View Church. Tiffany was elected to the Frontier Farm Credit Board in 2017; his current term ends March 31, 2025.

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Frontier Farm Credit serves farmers, ranchers, agribusinesses and rural residents in eastern Kansas. For inquiries outside this geography, use the Farm Credit Association Locator  to contact your local office.