Maple Plain, MN – The
Minnesota State Cattlemen’s Association (MSCA) executive director
Ashley Kohls has announced
her resignation, planning to leave the organization at the end of
October to pursue other opportunities within the beef industry. Kohls joined the organization in 2014 and became the fifth executive
director to lead the Minnesota State Cattlemen’s Association during its 47-year history. Her last day will be October 31st, 2019.
“I’m grateful for all of the people I’ve met during my time with MSCA. The network of cattlemen and professionals I’ve gotten to work with has done great things for the members of the Minnesota State Cattlemen’s Association.” Said Kohls, “I’m excited for the next chapter of my life and plan to remain an active part of the association!” “Though we are sad to see Ashley moving on to other opportunities, we are thankful for the strides we have made during her tenure with our organization.” Said MSCA President Mike Landuyt, “As we begin the search to fill the Executive Director position, we are excited to find a candidate that can help continue to build upon our strong past.”
MSCA will immediately begin the search for a new executive director. The
Executive Director serves as chief staff of the Minnesota State
Cattlemen’s Association and reports directly to the MSCA Board of
Directors. Current priorities of the Executive Director include, but are
not limited to, working with MSCA’s contract lobbyist in managing state
issues, monitoring state and federal policy issues,
organizing meetings and events, and connecting with and recruiting new
members. This is a contract-based position.
Posted: October 14, 2019