Diverse Paths of Leadership and Innovation: Corey McIntosh '00
2 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018
Corey McIntosh '00 will be the featured speaker in the Diverse Paths of Leadership and Innovation speaker series on Tuesday, February 13. The event, which is free and open to the public, will start at 2 p.m. in Noyce 1023. The Donald and Winifred Wilson Center for Innovation and Leadership is sponsoring the speaker series and associated course.
Corey McIntosh is Vice President and principal manager of Rockford Farms, Inc., a family farm operation in western Iowa that produces corn and soybeans on approximately 4,000 acres of farmland in the Missouri River Basin. He manages daily activities on the family farm, including decisions regarding crop inputs, equipment acquisition, tillage practices, conservation efforts, weed control programs, grain marketing, product transportation, and strategic business and tax planning. McIntosh is a fifth generation farmer, and his family has operated at the current location since the 1940s. McIntosh serves as the President of the Board of Trustees for the Missouri Valley Public Library, Vice President of the Missouri Valley Schools Endowment Fund, and as Financial Secretary for First Lutheran Church. McIntosh earned a B.A. in Classics from Grinnell College and spent two semesters abroad as part of the College Year in Athens program. In his free time, McIntosh enjoys traveling overseas, nature hikes, attending local collegiate sporting events, and Euro-style designer board games.
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