Diane Young is the Owner and Director of Technical Services for Foundation Analytical Laboratory in Cherokee, Iowa. She graduated from Iowa State University in 1991 with degrees in both Agricultural Microbiology and Animal Science. Founded in 2009, the laboratory specializes in conducting analyses for for animal feed, food safety, water quality and biofuels. With over twenty years of experience in the food and science industry, Diane has worked to incorporate customer service values into the business in order to enhance the relationships they share with their clients.
Pam Bolin will be speaking with a panel of women about Balancing Roles in the Family, On the Farm, Off the Farm, and In the Community on November 28, 2017 at the Women in Ag Leadership Conference in Ames, Iowa.
Diane Young, Owner and Director of Technical Services for Foundation Analytical Laboratory, will be hosting a general session during the Women in Ag Leadership Conference on Nov. 28, 2017.
Denise Schwab is an Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Beef Program Specialist in Northeast Iowa. Denise will be speaking on Customer Service for Ag Clientele with a small panel of women on November 28, 2017 at the Women in Ag Leadership Conference.
Kayla Koether is a Food Systems Specialist for Iowa State University Extension and Outreach , located in Northeast Iowa. Koether will be speaking on the Start Your Own Networking Group panel at our Women in Ag Leadership Conference in Ames on November 28.
Roxi Beck is active on the speaking circuit and is a trusted advisor to food system thought leaders. Beck helps audiences think differently about earning trust. In this keynote address, learn strategies to improve communication with consumers, and how to cut out conflict and develop more effective conversations with "eaters" of all types.
Dr. Dianne Bystrom, director of the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics at Iowa State University, will be holding a session titled “Running for Office” as part of the Women in Ag Leadership Conference on Nov. 28.