RIDGELAND, Miss. – Southern AgCredit recently promoted three employees.
Amanda Hudson was promoted to vice president of operations in the Ridgeland administrative office. Hudson holds a bachelor’s degree and a Master of Agribusiness Management from Mississippi State University. She is also a graduate of the inaugural class of the Thad Cochran Agricultural Leadership Program. Hudson joined Southern AgCredit in 2006 as a loan officer.
Phyllis Weathers was promoted to vice president of loan operations in the Ridgeland administrative office. She graduated from Delta State University with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business administration. Prior to joining Southern AgCredit in 2008 as a loan administrator, Weathers worked in lending at Regions Bank for over 15 years.
Wesley Head was promoted to vice president of technology in the Ridgeland administrative office. Head graduated magna cum laude from Mississippi State University. Prior to joining the lending co-op, he owned and operated his family’s technology company, Head Technology Group Inc. He joined Southern AgCredit in 2019 as an information technology specialist.
“We have a very talented team here at Southern AgCredit, and we are pleased to recognize these three individuals with promotions,” said Phillip Morgan, chief executive officer of the rural lending cooperative. “These employees each exhibit an excellent work ethic and dedication to our organization’s success, as well as the success of our customer-owners.”
Southern AgCredit is a full-service co-op lender that specializes in financing rural land and agricultural operations in Mississippi and Louisiana. It is a member of the nationwide Farm Credit System, the nation’s largest source of loans for agriculture, agribusiness, rural real estate and country homes. For more information, visit www.southernagcredit.com.