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Mold Appointed to CFTC Advisory Committee
Wisconsin Ag Connection - 01/20/2015

A Wisconsin dairy producer and long-time advocate for women in agriculture groups has been appointed to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission's Agricultural Advisory Committee. Doris Mold of Cumberland will serve a four-year term on the panel, which as an advisery group for the commission on issues involving the trading of agricultural commodity futures and options and facilitate communications between the CFTC, the agricultural community and agriculture-related organizations.

"I am pleased to represent American Agri-Women, and women in agriculture, and provide our perspective to the CFTC Agricultural Advisory Committee," Mold said. "It is important that those of us directly impacted by agricultural commodity futures and options markets have a voice in providing advice to the Commission."

Doris, who is a member of the Minnesota Agri-Women organization, is the first vice-president for Resolutions and Vital Issues for American Agri-Women. She also teaches farm and agri-business management courses at the University of Minnesota and has served on numerous agricultural committees on the local, state and national level.

Mold and her husband, Andrew, own a dairy farm and operates an agricultural consulting business.

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