MEET ANDY HOLT
Andy Holt is a Business-Economics instructor at Bethel University and farmer. Andy graduated from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville with a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Economics & Business with a minor in Animal Science. Andy attended graduate school at the University of Tennessee at Martin where he earned his Master of Business Administration degree.
Andy is married to the former Ellie Anderson of Dresden. The two are currently raising their five children on their Dresden family farm next door to Ellie’s dad Marshall. Andy serves as a deacon at Long Heights Baptist Church in McKenzie where Ellie, the kids and he are active members.
In addition to being a Business-Economics instructor and deacon, Andy owns and operates a diverse agricultural operation outside of Dresden, which includes a pumpkin farm where he teaches children in Tennessee’s 76th District agriculture basics. Andy also serves on the Weakley County Farm Bureau Board of Directors. Andy is an “A” rated member of the NRA and has been endorsed by Tennessee Right to Life, as well as, the National Federation of Independent Business.
Andy has been the leading conservative voice for West Tennesseans concerned with economic prosperity, education, healthcare, illegal immigration, constitutional rights, and government abuse and waste.