Position title: Professor & Director Arthur Capper Cooperative Center, Kansas State University
Brian Briggeman is a Professor and Director of the Arthur Capper Cooperative Center in the Department of Agricultural Economics at Kansas State University. Dr. Briggeman’s research and extension program focuses on agricultural finance, cooperative management, and macroeconomics. As Capper Center Director, he leads and delivers educational programs for farmer cooperative CEOs, CFOs, employees, and directors. Dr. Briggeman also teaches agricultural finance and cooperative management and advises a number of graduate students.
Prior to joining K-State, Dr. Briggeman worked for the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Oklahoma State University, and Farm Credit Services of America. He holds a bachelor degree from K-State, a masters from Texas A&M University and a Ph.D. from Purdue University.
Brian and his wife, Sarah, live in Manhattan, Kansas with their two boys. He is originally from Iuka (I-U-KAH), Kansas where his parents own and operate the family farm.