Kavazanjian Nancy
Nancy Kavazanjian
Independent
Nancy Kavazanjian
Independent

Nancy Kavazanjian farms in the Beaver Dam, Wis., area where the emphasis is on building better soils to sustainably grow corn, soybeans and wheat. She currently serves as a farmer-director on the United Soybean Board, leading their sustainability initiatives and helping direct the nation’s soybean checkoff. Nancy is also former chairwoman of the U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance and currently serves as a board member.
Kavazanjian grew up in suburban New York, earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Agricultural Journalism from Colorado State University and studied business administration in a master’s program at Loyola University of Chicago. Ms. Kavazanjian is a trained technical writer who also helps coordinate the annual Wisconsin Corn/Soy EXPO.
Past job experience includes Communications Director for the Wisconsin Corn Growers Association, Senior Counselor at Morgan & Myers Public Relations, reporter on the Chicago Board of Trade and Chicago Mercantile Exchange, editor and write for a variety of agricultural publications. Kavazanjian served a term on the Wisconsin Soybean Association Board of Directors, on the Agricultural Advisory Council for the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, on the Town Of Beaver Dam’s Land Use Planning Committee and on start-up ethanol and biodiesel plant boards.

Presenting at: Lunch | Sustainability 2.0: Technology in Modern Agriculture

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