Betsy Huber was born and raised on a dairy farm in Chester County, Pennsylvania. She graduated from West Chester High School and attended Millersville and Lincoln Universities. She was a member of the RULE VIII class, which she credits for her success in leadership in many areas of her life.
Betsy currently is the Legislative Liaison for the Pennsylvania State Grange. From 2002 to 2010 she was Master (President) of the Grange, the first woman to hold that position. Previously she served six years as Overseer (Vice President) and held many other offices on the state, county, and local levels of the Grange.
From 1992 to 2002 Mrs. Huber was Legislative Assistant to State Representative Arthur D. Hershey (R-13) in his district office. Prior to that she was employed by Lincoln University for three years and by the National Grange for seven years as secretary to the Women’s Activities Department.
She is completing her fourth term as a Supervisor of Upper Oxford Township, Chester County, and serves as Treasurer of the Chester County Association of Township Officials. She serves on numerous other agricultural and governmental boards, in addition to the Board of Trustees of The Pennsylvania State University.
Mrs. Huber has represented the Pennsylvania State Grange on the University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School Board of Overseers since November 2002.
In November 2006 she was elected to the National Grange Board of Directors and in November 2007 she was elected chair of the Board.
She was married to Henry T. Huber, deceased in 2006, for 39 years. They are the parents of three children, grandparents of eight, and have one great grandson.