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Kask, Fitzsimmons Join State Soybean Program Staff
Wisconsin Ag Connection - 01/16/2023

Change is in the air at Wisconsin Soybean Program. That's because its two parent organizations, the Wisconsin Soybean Marketing Board and the Wisconsin Soybean Association, have announced a pair of additions to the team.

Adam Kask and Kathryn Fitzsimmons have joined WSP. Kask comes in as Manager of Strategic Programs. Prior to WSP, Kask spent seven years with South Dakota Soybean as its Market Development and Research director.

"Adam is well respected in the soybean checkoff world," said Pat Mullooly, president of the Wisconsin Soybean Marketing Board. "He brings great experience and new ideas, and we're excited to see how the organization grows into the future."

Fitzsimmons is a native of Mineral Point, Wis., where she grew up on a dairy farm. Fitzsimmons is a graduate of Iowa State University with a Bachelor's of Science in Agriculture and Rural Policy. She will serve as policy project manager for WSP.

"Kathryn will be focusing on our advocacy and membership programs among other things," said Steve Trzebiatowski, president of the Wisconsin Soybean Association. "She brings a great deal of energy and excitement for agriculture, and we're happy we could bring her back to Wisconsin where she is contributing to agriculture in the state."

Kask and Fitzsimmons are both employees of Ag Management Solutions, which was hired by WSP to help point the two organizations in a new direction after the passing of longtime executive director Robert Karls.

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