ASA Soybean Leadership College Adds Carolyn ONeil to Star Packed Lineup

ASA Soybean Leadership College Adds Carolyn ONeil to Star Packed Lineup

first_imgCarolyn O’NeilThe 2015 ASA Soybean Leadership College (SLC) recently added noted nutrition expert, award winning food journalist and television personality Carolyn O’Neil, MS, RD to its star packed line up of speakers for Jan. 6 – 8, 2015 in St. Louis, Mo.O’Neil’s presentation “Can You Hear Me Now?” will focus on how to effectively and accurately communicate with consumers about food and nutrition. O’Neil is a registered dietician, an award winning author and journalist who has reported on food and travel at CNN for nearly 20 years.O’Neil joins other keynote speakers Jack Bobo, U.S. Department of State, Senior Advisor for Biotechnology in the Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs and Dr. Matt Roberts. In the presentation, “Can Agriculture Save the Planet before it Destroys It?,” Bobo will examine the global trends in food and agriculture and the role of effective communication in ensuring the voice of farmers and students contribute to the food policy, technology and innovation dialogue. Roberts will address the current supply and demand situation for grains and oilseeds in the United States and world and what it means for prices and how growers can best take advantage of these trends in their own marketing decisions.The Soybean Leadership College is open to ASA, USB, USSEC, state association and QSSB leaders and staff, soybean producers wanting to assume a leadership position on a state or national level, and college students seeking to further develop their organizational leadership skills. For more information about the 2015 Soybean Leadership College click https://soygrowers.com/learn/soybean-leadership-college/ .The 2015 Soybean Leadership College is sponsored by the following organizations:United Soybean BoardArkansas Soybean Promotion BoardIllinois Soybean BoardIndiana Soybean AllianceIowa Soybean AssociationKansas Soybean CommissionKentucky Soybean BoardMaryland Soybean BoardMichigan Soybean Promotion CommitteeMinnesota Soybean Research and Promotion CouncilNebraska Soybean BoardNew York Corn and Soybean AssociationNorth Carolina Soybean Producers AssociationNorth Dakota Soybean CouncilOhio Soybean CouncilSouth Dakota Soybean CouncilTennessee Soybean Promotion BoardVirginia Soybean Boardlast_img

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