Madeline Schultz is the Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Women in Agriculture Program Manager. She collaborates with others to develop new educational programs for women and to increase communication and connectivity among the audience of women in agriculture; programs can be found at www.aep.iastate.edu/womeninag. She also works to build the professional capacity of educators working with this audience and steward funding for women in agriculture programs. Schultz began working with Annie’s Project in 2008; a national farm management education program for women; https://www.anniesproject.org/. Schultz co-founded the national Women in Agriculture Learning Network for online learning in 2014; https://impact.extension.org/legacy_articles_content/womeninag. Schultz began her Extension career by joining the Value Added Agriculture Program in 2003. She contributed to the national Agricultural Marketing Resource Center Web site and business development activities including value-added business planning, market analysis, and group facilitation. She designed training programs for Iowans and International learners. Schultz is a life-long family farmer. The National Association of County Agricultural Agents honored Annie’s Project with an Excellence in Farm and Ranch Management Achievement award in 2014. At Iowa State University, Schultz earned Bachelor of Science degrees in Agribusiness and Economics in 2003 and the Master of Business Administration degree in 2007.