Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Lacie Dotterweich joins AFIA as Communications Coordinator

The American Feed Industry Association is pleased to announce the addition of Lacie Dotterweich as its communications coordinator, effective January 4th, 2019. Ms Dotterweich is responsible for developing and disseminating content across the social media and web platforms for AFIA and its public charity, the Institute for Feed Education and Research. 
Lacie Dotterweich
Image credit: AFIA
 
She assists the Director of Communications in writing, editing and distributing AFIA's print and electronic communications materials, including the AFIA Journal and biweekly FeedGram, and tracking all analytics generated from those communications.

"Lacie has a dual passion for public policy writing and agriculture and will undoubtedly help the association convey its key messages in an engaging way," said Victoria Broehm, AFIA's director of communications. "Our communications department has a number of projects in the pipeline to better connect with consumers and influencers, and I know that with Lacie's experience, she will bring a lot of fresh ideas to the table. We are very excited for her to join the team!"

Ms Dotterweich previously served as a policy program assistant at the Centre for Rural Affairs in Iowa. In this role, she supported the agricultural policy and media teams in grassroots advocacy and content creation. Other agricultural experience includes interning for the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture and for Iowa State University Extension.

Hailing from Monticello, Iowa, Ms Dotterweich holds a bachelor's degree in agriculture and society and public relations from Iowa State University.

She can be reached at ldotterweich@afia.org or (703) 666 – 8851.

Visit the AFIA website, HERE.

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