Hishaw has a bachelor’s degree in biology from Tuskegee University, plus a Juris Doctorate and Legal Masters in agricultural law from the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville Law school. Hishaw’s own land loss experience has influenced her commitment to law and advocacy work in agriculture and asset protection. To learn more, please visit www.jillianhishaw.com
Asaud Frazier is from Columbus, Ohio and attended Tuskegee University in 2011, where he received a bachelors in Environmental Science with a specialization in horticulture. Upon graduating he started working with a non-profit, providing technical assistance to farmers in the Black belt region of Alabama.
In 2018 he returned to Tuskegee for his masters in Plant & Soil Science, thus gaining a better knowledge of agriculture. In 2019 he took on a consulting position while still in school, helping a family grow industrial hemp. After graduating, Asaud decided to start Ella Bea’s Farm on his family’s property in Alabama. Currently, Asaud manages nearly 200 acres, with nearly 15 being cultivated. Asaud, will be assisting us with research, writing, and program management. F.A.R.M.S., is happy to have Asaud on our team!