Our staff has a strong commitment to serving the many constituents of our organization. But first and foremost, they focus their energies on those who take advantage of our programs and services.
Brad Hughes is the District Technician. Before coming to Madison County in 2020, he worked for Clinton SWCD for the last nine years and has experience in meeting with urban and rural landowners, farmers and county officials to discuss natural resource issues, such as erosion, drainage, pollutants and water quality. He helps find solutions by applying his experience with conservation practices on a wide range of urban and rural projects.
Julia Cumming is the District Program Administrator. The District Program Administrator represents the Board of Supervisors and serves to carry out their responsibilities on a day to day basis. She serves on the Subdivision Review Board and assists the County with land use planning and management, including the implementation of the Local Agricultural Easement Purchase Program. She investigates and resolves agricultural pollution complaints. She maintains a positive working relationship with other agencies and organizations to achieve common natural resource protection goals. Julia has been with Madison SWCD since 1996.
Gail Wilson is the Operations Coordinator. She has been with Madison SWCD since 2000 and is a Madison County native. She serves as the receptionist for the district, handles accounts payable and receivable, maintains financial records, prepares reports, payroll, and district sales. She maintains the district files and assists with all meetings, tours and workshops. She feels very fortunate to work with and for the great people of Madison County.
Broc Sehen is the District Technician- Wildlife Specialist. He recently came to Madison SWCD from Columbus Public Health where he completed Lead Inspections and educated the public and clients on issues with lead in the environment. Broc is a graduate of The Ohio State University School of Environment and Natural Resources, where he became familiar with environmental programs and policy as well as research and data collection techniques. Broc is from South Vienna, Ohio where he developed his passion for the environment and conservation through hunting, fishing, 4-H, and FFA. He is excited to help the residents of Madison County improve and maintain wildlife habitat and conservation efforts while also meeting landowner production goals and expectations.