Farm Credit Mid-America has promoted Jason Alexander to Senior Vice President of Agricultural Lending for Tennessee. In his new role, Alexander leads agricultural lending sales and support teams throughout the state.
“I am looking forward to this next chapter in my career at Farm Credit Mid-America, and am excited to dig in with our team members to discover new ways we can bring value to our customers and each other,” Alexander says. ““I believe the best ideas come from the talented men and women who work with our customers every day. In my new role, I’m excited to continue to work alongside them to uncover new ideas, identify untapped opportunities, and ultimately help our customers and team members achieve their goals.”
Alexander’s career with Farm Credit Mid-America began in 2006 when he joined the financial services cooperative as a financial officer. He later became the Association’s first Crop Insurance specialist in Tennessee. He then stepped into a leadership role as Regional Vice President for Crop Insurance, leading and growing the Association’s crop insurance portfolio in Kentucky and Tennessee. Alexander has continued to hold leadership positions in the Association, and most recently served as Senior Vice President of Financial Related Services overseeing Crop Insurance, Growing Forward®, Leasing and Ag Direct.
Jason has a degree in Agribusiness from Middle Tennessee State University. He has served on numerous workgroups in the Farm Credit System throughout his career, chairing AgriBank’s Insurance Committee and serving on the Farm Credit Council’s District Insurance Committee. He is also a current board member for ProPartners Financial.
“Through the years, we’ve had the pleasure of watching Jason coach his teams to serve our customers’ needs in new and innovative ways,” says Tara Durbin, Chief Lending Officer Agriculture Lending for Farm Credit Mid-America. “He brings a valuable analytical and strategic mindset to Farm Credit Mid-America that will be a great benefit to our customers and team members. Most of all, we appreciate that every action he takes is rooted in the belief that the heart of our success is in family and relationships.”
Alexander resides in Franklin, Tenn. with his wife, Courtney, and three sons, Whit, Charlie, and Holland.