Ryan Findlay no longer CEO of the American Soybean Association
June 27, 2020 By Meghan Grebner Filed Under: Human Interest, News
Ryan Findlay will no longer serve as the American Soybean Association’s CEO.
In a statement to Brownfield, the ASA says the Board of Directors is appreciative of Findlay’s dedication to and hard work on behalf of the soybean industry since he started with the association in 2018. As the association begins to transition, the Board says it is fully confident in its ASA staff, both in St. Louis and in Washington, D.C. and the value the team continues to provide the soybean industry.
Brian Vaught, ASA’s chief financial officer will serve as interim CEO.
Findlay was named CEO of ASA in 2018 following the departure of Steve Censky who left to become the Deputy Secretary of Agriculture.
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