Sarah Beth Aubrey
Sarah Beth Aubrey is the author of six books, including the Amazon #1 in Knowledge Capital and Agriculture, Who’s Running Your Farm Next, Five Steps to Developing & Coaching Your Next Generation, and the founder of Elevate Ag, the peer innovation network for leaders in agriculture and agribusiness. Sarah Beth’s mission is to enhance success and profitability in food production systems and in rural communities by building capacity in people. A twenty-year industry veteran, Sarah Beth was named to the 2015 Vance Publishing 40 under 40 Leaders to Watch in Agriculture and to the Indianapolis Business Journal’s 40 under 40. Certified as a professional executive coach by the International Coaching Federation, she is also a member of the Forbes Coaches Council and syndicated columnist for several leading publications in the trade, including authoring The Farm CEO Coach, for Top Producer Magazine. A member of the National Speaker’s Association, she is a sought after keynote speaker and facilitator working today on both in person stages and in helping clients transition to events that ‘wow’ in the virtual realm. She has founded and sold several businesses and advises leaders in the industry on customer engagement, building peer to peer networks, sales training, strategic planning, and participates in several advisory roles for clients and organizations, including serving on the Board of Governor’s for the Indianapolis- based Skyline Club, a member of the global Clubcorp Network. She was also given the 2018 Transformational Leadership Award by the Women of Skyline for her work in coaching professionals. Seeking to improve accessibility to her work, she recently founded Ag Lead University, a convenient, modern training platform offering virtual programs for young and emerging leaders. Her podcast and YouTube show, Ag Lead with Sarah Beth Aubrey, releases biweekly and focuses on creating a forum for discussion on business generational transition and ‘the people side’ of the conversation. True to her roots, Sarah Beth and her husband, Cary, live near Monrovia, Indiana, where they operate a small cattle farm.