Holly Neva is the new Communication and Grower Services Specialist for the North Dakota Corn Growers Association. Having grown up in a grain farming and beef family in Edgeley, ND, Holly chose NDSU for her Bachelor’s Degree, and has a background in business development and industry relations. She is excited to further her career in agriculture by communicating with corn growers in rural North Dakota.
Her responsibilities include membership, event planning, communications and social media, and graphic design of publications. She will also be attending trade shows and meetings on behalf of the Association. In her free time Holly enjoys swimming with her kids, cross-country skiing, biking, volleyball and playing pinocle with family and friends. A fun fact is that Holly’s first job was picking and selling sweet corn for $1 per dozen.
Executive Director Brenda Elmer says that “Holly fits the NDCGA culture well, and already is demonstrating that she works well with our North Dakota growers.” Added Elmer, “Her experience working with industry partners, and excellent trade show and event planning skills will be valuable to the association and the state’s corn growers and we are fortunate to have her. Holly can be reached at Holly@ndcorn.org and 701.566. 9293. Welcome Holly!