With nearly two decades of experience editing magazines and books, Sherri Dugger now puts her media and public relations experience to work in the agriculture field. Dugger serves as the Executive Director of Socially Responsible Agricultural Project. She has served as executive director of both Women, Food and Agriculture Network and Indiana Farmers Union and as a policy and communications consultant for American Grassfed Association and a Midwest outreach consultant for Earthjustice. She co-chairs a national coalition, U.S. Farmers and Ranchers for a Green New Deal. An advocate for local and regional food systems, environmental sustainability, humane animal agriculture, and diversified family farming, she also frequently lobbies at the Indiana Statehouse and on Capitol Hill. Dugger is a member of the National Agricultural Advisory Council for the Humane Society of the United States, and she re-established the Midwest Sustainable Agriculture Working Group in early 2019. Dugger is currently pursuing a Master of Public Health degree from University of Indianapolis, and when she isn't working, studying, or traveling, she enjoys life on a small farm in Morristown, Indiana, with her husband, Randy, and their dogs, cats, donkeys, goats, alpacas, chickens, and honeybees.