Tammy Lee’s love for agriculture stems from multiple generations of family and was
further enhanced through her experiences at OSU. She graduated in 1995 with a bachelor’s
degree in animal science.
Following graduation, she was hired by John Deere and has grown professionally during
her 27-year career. She currently serves as the manager of production agriculture
marketing for John Deere.
Lee from Bandera, Texas, is a shining example of loyal and true. She shares career
experiences with OSU students and invests in the future of the Ferguson College of
Agriculture. She was an early supporter of the New Frontiers campaign, naming the
rodeo coordinator office in memory of her mom, Mary Lee, and she served as the emcee
for the New Frontiers groundbreaking event in 2021.
She established the Lee Family Scholarship in the Ferguson College of Agriculture,
is an OSU Alumni Association Life Member, and serves as a member on the Oklahoma State
Excellence in Diversity Board and the OSU Foundation Board of Governors.