New Speakers Added To Women in Agribusiness Summit Lineup

New Speakers Added To Women in Agribusiness Summit Lineup

New additions include presenters from General Mills and The Mosaic Company

Several new presenters will join keynote speaker Beth Ford, Land O'Lakes executive vice president at the second annual Women in Agribusiness Summit, October 22-24, 2013 at the Hyatt Regency in Minneapolis, Minn.

The Women in Agribusiness Summit provides a platform for women to discuss their unique experiences within the industry and hear from women leaders regarding industry trends and current topics. 

The two-day conference is expected to attract nearly 450 attendees who will hear from several top-level speakers:

New additions include presenters from General Mills and The Mosaic Company

Susan Kujava, director, Industry Relations, Bakeries & Foodservice for General Mills, Inc. Kujava, who leads sustainability and diversity initiatives within her division, including being the chair of the Women In Industry network, will speak on the "Transforming the Workplace" panel. 

Barbara Kula, vice president, commercial from The Mosaic Company, will sit on the "Current Trends in Science, Technology" panel.  Kula's current role at Mosaic focuses on integrated business planning, customer service and market-to-cash functions.

Professional Development Coach Beryl Loeb of The Loeb Group will lead two break-out sessions:  "Distinguishing Yourself in Business Conversations" and "Solving the Right Problem." For nearly a decade, Loeb has been helping business executives boost their communication, leadership and client service skills.

Shauna Sadowski, director of sustainability at Annie's, Inc., will speak on the "GMO Labeling" panel. Sadowski is responsible for the company's sustainability strategy, including reporting, education, and supply chain impacts, with emphasis on food and farming programs.

For more information, visit www.womeninag.com.

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