Clark County Woman Will Continue to Serve on Board for American Agri-Women Organization
Thursday, December 2nd, 2021 -- 10:01 AM
(Wisconsin Ag Connection) A Clark County woman will serve a second term as the board secretary of the American Agri-Women organization.
Kim Bremmer of Loyal was re-elected to the officer panel during the group's national convention in Phoenix, Arizona, in November. Bremmer is a nationally recognized speaker and owner of Ag Inspirations, an agricultural advocacy group.
In addition, she is the executive director of Venture Dairy Cooperative, a new third-party milk verification co-op, where she advocates on policy to help protect farmers and promote the future of dairy in Wisconsin.
And she serves on the executive advisory council for the American Dairy Coalition, is the president of Wisconsin Women for Agriculture, and is a regular contributor on Rural Route Radio.
Other AAW officers include Heather Hampton-Knodle, Illinois; Rose Tyron Vancott, California; Kathy Goodyke, Minnesota; Laura Hart, Texas; and Karolyn Zurn, Minnesota. AAW is a national coalition of farm, ranch and agribusiness women advocating for agriculture.
Feel free to contact us with questions and/or comments.