Executive Leadership Team

Dan Wagner

President and Chief Executive Officer

Dan Wagner is President and Chief Executive Officer of Farm Credit Mid-America.

Dan began his career in 1998 as a software developer at Farm Credit Services of America in Omaha, Nebraska. He left the Farm Credit System to work for Cap Gemini, Ernst & Young, and IBM Global Services before returning to Farm Credit Services of America in 2004. He held various technology leadership positions before becoming that association’s Chief Technology Officer in 2008.

Dan joined Farm Credit Mid-America in June 2012, where he held various leadership positions, most recently overseeing the Association’s business technology, finance, organizational process excellence and security teams as Chief Operating Officer.

He has served on the board of directors at Farm Credit Foundations since 2018.

Dan graduated from Chadron State College with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and information management systems and he obtained his MBA with an emphasis in finance from the University of Nebraska.

Vince Bailey

Executive Vice President and Chief Credit Officer

As Executive Vice President and Chief Credit Officer, Vince leads the credit and appraisal functions for Farm Credit Mid-America. He has more than 30 years of financial services experience within the Farm Credit System, having served in various capacities within the Association. Vince began his Farm Credit career as a special accounts loan officer in Indiana before becoming a credit officer in Louisville, Ky., and then serving as Assistant Vice President in Lafayette, Ind. Additionally, Vince served as Vice President, VPC and RVP Agribusiness in Lafayette, and Louisville. Most recently, he served as Senior Vice President Credit – Ag Underwriting, where he led Retail Credit and Agribusiness Underwriting teams to ensure portfolio growth through sound credit administration and collaboration with sales leaders and staff. Vince holds a degree in agriculture economics from Purdue University.

Mark Hanna

Executive Vice President and Chief Risk Officer

Mark leads the risk management function at Farm Credit Mid-America, after joining the Association in early 2020. Mark has a gained significant experience in risk management and analytics from his prior work experiences. To begin his career, he worked for 4 years as a biostatistician for Indiana University, consulting on medical research projects. Mark then joined Deere & Company and held various roles of increasing responsibility over more than 20 years. His experience includes risk analytics, enterprise risk management, interest rate risk, and crop insurance risk. Mark holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematical sciences and a master’s degree in statistics from the University of Kentucky. He also earned his M.B.A. in finance from Indiana University.

Greg Hoffman

Executive Vice President and General Counsel

Greg Hoffman leads legal operations, government relations and corporate governance for Farm Credit Mid-America. Greg has diverse legal experience gained from private practice and in-house roles in manufacturing, financial services, and government. Greg joined Farm Credit Mid-America in 2018 from General Electric’s Appliances division, where he had served as Managing Counsel for Global Sales & Strategic Initiatives, Chief Privacy Officer and Chief Compliance Officer. Greg grew up in rural north Florida in a town with a population of less than 1,500 and holds a B.S in Aeronautical Studies from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and a Juris Doctor from the University of Richmond School of Law.

Keith Lane

Executive Vice President and Chief Lending Officer

Keith leads the retail, consumer, agribusiness and capital markets lending divisions for Farm Credit Mid-America. He also leads the insurance services division. He began his career with Farm Credit in 1977, serving in various positions throughout Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee, including leadership positions in credit, business development, real estate appraisal, and special assets. Keith is a graduate of Purdue University with a bachelor’s degree in agricultural communications.

Heather Vidourek

Executive Vice President Human Capital

Heather leads talent management including recruitment, organizational development, human resources, and marketing. She began her Farm Credit career in 1997 as a recruitment specialist, later served as director of training and development, followed by vice president human resources. Heather graduated with a bachelor's in agricultural communications from the University of Kentucky and obtained her masters of education degree from University of Louisville with a focus on organizational development. She has since earned a Certificate in Essentials of Human Resource Management. Heather’s agricultural experience began in her youth through 4-H and FFA, and has continued throughout her education and career. In 2000, she was named Outstanding Young Alumnus in the University of Kentucky’s College of Agriculture. She currently serves on the Farm Credit Foundations Trust Committee, Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Education and Workforce Council and the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation board.