AFIA promotes six staff members

21 May 20212 min reading
Mallory Gaines, Lacie Dotterweich, Daisy Rodriguez, Gina Tumbarello, Kori Chung, Shakera Daley

The American Feed Industry Association announced promotion for six of their staff.

AFIA, based in Arlington, Va., announced promotions for its six staff who, the association said, have gone above and beyond in serving their members and making AFIA’s programs and processes more efficient and impactful. “For more than 100 years, the AFIA has taken great pride in being the ‘trusted resource’ for the total animal food industry, thanks in large part to our on-demand staff expertise,” said AFIA President and CEO Constance Cullman. “While our industry has grown over the years, so too have our staff’s responsibilities, and we are delighted to take this opportunity at the beginning of our fiscal year to recognize them for all the ways they are representing and engaging our members,” Cullman added. Effective May 1, the following individuals have new titles: • Kori Chung is now public policy and certification specialist (former legislative and regulatory assistant); • Shakera Daley is now accounting and administrative specialist (former accounting and administrative coordinator); • Lacie Dotterweich is now manager of communications and social media (former communications coordinator); • Mallory Gaines is now director of market access and trade policy (former manager of market access and trade policy); • Daisy Rodriguez is now registration and events specialist (former coordinator of meetings and events); and • Gina Tumbarello is now senior director of international policy and trade (former director of international policy and trade)

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