USSEC Announces Board of Directors Election Results and New Appointments
- General News
Last week, USSEC CEO Jim Sutter announced newly elected and appointed members to USSEC’s Board of Directors.
USSEC’s board is comprised of directors assembled from two classes of USSEC membership—the founders and domestic industry classes. The organization’s third class, the international industry class, does not occupy seats on USSEC’s board. USSEC’s founding members, the United Soybean Board (USB) and the American Soybean Association (ASA), appoint the founders’ class of board members. USSEC’s exporter and allied industry members elect the domestic industry class of board members.
This year, both ASA and USB had the opportunity to appoint two directors for two year terms, which the organizations do each year to fill the four positions that USB and ASA each hold. This year’s appointments resulted in three new appointments and one reappointment – they are as follows:
In mid-July, annual elections for USSEC’s Domestic Class concluded with one newly elected Director and three reelected Directors, as follows:
Newly Elected (Exporter):
USSEC Board Members Remaining Until Next Year’s Board Election/Reappointment Cycle:
Board Members Departing USSEC Board this Year:
USSEC welcomes its new board members and thanks retiring board members for their service. The official transition will take place at USSEC’s annual meeting on August 29 in Indianapolis, Indiana.