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The U.S. Poultry & Egg Harold E. Ford Foundation (USPOULTRY Foundation), Tucker, Ga. Barbara Jenkins was named executive director, in addition to her current role of vice president of education and student programs for the U.S. Poultry & Egg Association (USPOULTRY). Jenkins is assuming responsibility of the foundation’s day-to-day operations, including managing the annual collegiate recruiting grants program, interacting with the National FFA Organization to bring National Officer Candidates and the Top 10 Poultry Evaluation and Food Science and Technology Career Development Event teams to IPPE and bringing students from more than a dozen Latin American universities to IPPE. Jenkins began her career with USPOULTRY in 2000, working in various positions in the education program. She was promoted to vice president of education programs in 2011, and student programs was added to her list of job responsibilities in 2014.
North American Meat Institute, Washington, D.C. Casey Gallimore joined as director of regulatory and scientific affairs. Most recently, Gallimore served as regulatory food safety manager at Triumph Foods, where she orchestrated government and customer audits and oversaw the implementation of an electronic quality management system. Gallimore was also the company’s liaison to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food and Drug Administration and other government organizations. Prior to joining Triumph Foods, Gallimore was quality assurance administrator, Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) coordinator and quality assurance manager at Kansas City Steak Co., where her responsibilities included providing guidance to plant management regarding food safety and quality and ensuring HACCP programs properly addressed regulations and production practices. Before joining Kansas City Steak Co., Gallimore worked as a quality assurance technician at Kerry Ingredients, where she developed and conducted quality control checks on products and machinery.
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