“Bring Out Your Full Potential as a Woman in Ag” by Ann Finkner
Ann provides executive leadership for the Associations’ human resources, development and learning, facilities and administration, and community relations. She also is the Corporate Secretary for Farm Credit Services of America and Frontier Farm Credit. Ann serves on the Farm Credit Foundations’ Board of Directors and Plan Sponsor Committee, which provides benefits and payroll administration services for the Farm Credit System. he also serves on the boards of the Institute for Career Advancement Needs (ICAN) in Omaha, Nebraska and the NET Foundations in Lincoln, Nebraska as well as a trustee for the Lincoln Community Foundation. Ann is a frequent speaker and facilitator on leadership and personal development and will focus on how to bring out your full potential as a woman in ag. She strongly believes women are a vital part of agriculture and rural America and encourages women to find their life purpose. Ann began her Farm Credit career as a Loan Officer with the Federal Land Bank Association of Lincoln and has held various lending, administrative, accounting, and technology leadership positions. She is a member of the Society for Human Resources Management and Society for Corporate Governance. Ann resides in Lincoln, Nebraska and is active in her community and church, where she participates in the choir and Development Council. She grew up on the family farm near Rushmore, Minnesota and is a graduate of Northwestern College in Orange City, Iowa.
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