Indiana corn and soybean organizations name Kingery as new CEO

The Indiana Soybean Alliance (ISA), Indiana Corn Marketing Council (ICMC), and the Indiana Corn Growers Association (ICGA) have named Courtney Kingery as the new CEO.

Kingery begins her new role October 1 and will be responsible for leading the state’s corn and soybean checkoff programs. She will also lead ICGA and ISA membership and policy activities.

Kingery says she is excited to work directly with Hoosier farmers in building new markets for corn and soybeans.

Kingery has provided executive management expertise to the grain industry. She currently serves as global director of health and wellness innovation for Tate & Lyle near Chicago. Her family has a farm in White County.

Kingery replaces Jane Ade Stevens, who has worked with ISA for 30 years and served as CEO for 10 years. She led the organizations to fund the Corn and Soy Innovation Center at Purdue University, the Glass Barn at the Indiana State Fair, and growth in ethanol, livestock and meat and poultry export business in the state.

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