The MFHA Professional Development Program, now in its 15th year, will celebrate the following graduates in a delayed ceremony at a yet-to-be-determined date. Seven individuals completed the 2019/2020 program, which is designed to enhance and improve the skills of hunt professionals and encourage a career in hunt service.
- Alyse Phipps, Norfolk Hunt
- Bennett Barclay, Elkridge-Harford Hunt
- Brianna Graf, Essex Fox Hounds
- James Dean, Radnor Hunt
- Kallie Wallace, Shawnee Hounds
- Jacob Cotton, Rose Tree-Blue Mountain
- Kim Levy, Shelburne County Foxhounds
The Professional Development Program provides participants with access to mentors, tools, and peers to develop a well-rounded and better-educated hunt professional. The yearlong course runs May 1– May 1 to align with traditional employment years for hunt staff. Along with an extensive collection of reading and learning materials, the program facilitates access to a variety of hunts, hound shows, kennels, and one-on-one guidance from fellow hunt professionals. For more information on the program visit mfha.com or follow MFHA on Facebook.