Sheila S. Boykin,
Southeast Regional Representative

Sheila S. Boykin is the National Payment Schedule Core Team Leader with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Natural Resources Conservation Services (NRCS), Policy Program and Analysis Division (Management and Strategy) based out of National Headquarters in Washington, D.C. She began her career with the USDA Soil Conservation Service (SCS) in 1990 at the early age of 16 as a cooperative (Co-op) engineering student while at Terrell County High School in Dawson, Georgia. She holds a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Agricultural Engineering Technology, Master of Business Administration (MBA), and is currently completing a Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) Degree with a concentration in Finance. She currently serves as a National Instructor (2010-Present) for teaching Economics of Conservation Planning

Sheila S. Boykin is the National Payment Schedule Core Team Leader with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Natural Resources Conservation Services (NRCS), Policy Program and Analysis Division (Management and Strategy) based out of National Headquarters in Washington, D.C. She began her career with the USDA Soil Conservation Service (SCS) in 1990 at the early age of 16 as a cooperative (Co-op) engineering student while at Terrell County High School in Dawson, Georgia. She holds a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Agricultural Engineering Technology, Master of Business Administration (MBA), and is currently completing a Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) Degree with a concentration in Finance. She currently serves as a National Instructor (2010-Present) for teaching Economics of Conservation Planning

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Mrs. Boykin became president of the Mississippi Congressional Chapter of Blacks In Government (BIG) in 2007. She volunteers her grant writing skills to acquire funding and bring awareness to people in rural communities on Endometriosis, a painful reproductive immunological disease afflicting over seven million women and teens in the United States alone. She was presented the National Meritorious Service Award from the National Organization of BlG in 2008. 

Mrs. Boykin became president of the Mississippi Congressional Chapter of Blacks In Government (BIG) in 2007. She volunteers her grant writing skills to acquire funding and bring awareness to people in rural communities on Endometriosis, a painful reproductive immunological disease afflicting over seven million women and teens in the United States alone. She was presented the National Meritorious Service Award from the National Organization of BlG in 2008. 

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She is a Champion of Women and has written speeches and papers on “The Role of Women in Agriculture”. Her biggest accomplishment is being a mentor to youth in various states.  

She is a Champion of Women and has written speeches and papers on “The Role of Women in Agriculture”. Her biggest accomplishment is being a mentor to youth in various states.  

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