The Canadian Centre for Food Integrity (CCFI) reports three new directors have been elected to its Board of Directors. They are Stéphane Beaudoin, president of GestBeau, Nicole McAuley, head of communications and public affairs at BASF Agricultural Solutions, and Timothy Kennedy, president and CEO of the Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance.
"We are pleased to welcome Stéphane, Nicole and Tim to our Board of Directors. They bring a wealth of expertise and leadership in key areas of the agri-food industry," said Kim McConnell, chair of the CCFI Board of Directors. I am delighted that we have a strong and diversified Board of Directors to continue our industry’s efforts to build public trust."
The three new directors will be joining the CCFI Board of Directors currently comprised of Adele Buettner, founder and president, AgriBiz Communications Corp; Mike Dungate, former executive director, Chicken Farmers of Canada; Darlene McBain, industry relations manager, Farm Credit Canada; Kim McConnell, a founder and former CEO of AdFarm; Shanna Munro, general manager, Diversey Canada; Mary Robinson, farmer, agribusiness owner, and president of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture (CFA); and Jean-Marc Ruest, senior vice-president, corporate affairs and general counsel.
The Canadian Centre for Food Integrity is a national charity with a clearly defined mandate to help Canada’s food system earn public trust by coordinating research, resources, dialogue, and communications. For more information, visit foodintegrity.ca or follow on LinkedIn and Twitter.
Source: Canadian Centre for Food Integrity May 25, 2022 news release