Rural America—once a part of your life, always a part of your life.
While many people can relate to this idea, Jack Dill knows this to be true from personal experience.
Growing up on a family farm in south central Nebraska, Jack was raised rural. After living in Nebraska’s largest city, Omaha, for 20 years, he’s now back to rural America, and resides outside of Fort Calhoun, on a small acreage.
Recently, he took on the role of data and evaluation manager at the Center for Rural Affairs—home of the unapologetically rural.