Illinois Soybean Growers Looks to Fill National Soybean Director Positions
Illinois Soybean Growers (ISG) makes notice that applications are now being accepted for those interested in representing Illinois on the American Soybean Association (ASA) Board of Directors. Four director positions are up for election.
W. Stan Born, Bill Raben and Rob Shaffer are completing their first terms and are eligible to run for second terms. Ron Moore is completing his second term and is eligible to run for a third term. ASA directors are allowed to serve up to three, three-year terms.
Illinois producers interested in becoming candidates should complete the online application by end of day, July 22, 2019. Eligibility requirements include:
- ISG membership – ISG is an affiliate of ASA. Visit www.ilsoygrowers.com to join.
- Producing soybeans as a farm owner, farm manager or farm operator.
- Not currently serving as an officer or director of any other national soybean policy organization.
All eligible candidates will be invited to interview with the ISG board during its meeting in Champaign, Illinois, Aug. 1. Candidates will then be elected by the ISG board. Seating on the ASA Board will take place during ASA’s December meeting in St. Louis. No write-in provision exists for ASA director elections. Contact Dustin Scott, email@example.com or 309-808-3603, with questions or to request more information about the openings.
Illinois Soybean Growers (ISG) is a membership organization serving more than 43,000 Illinois soybean growers. ISG provides advocacy in Springfield and Washington, D.C., to promote the interests of Illinois soybean farmers and programs that enhance soybean production and demand. Voice for Soy, the online action center supported by ISG, allows growers to easily connect with legislators and regulators to advocate for Illinois agriculture. For more information about ISG, visit the website www.ilsoygrowers.com.
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