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RISE governing board elects new executive committee, adds members

March 29, 2022 -  By
RISE executive committee includes newly elected Chair, Karen Larson (left), Vice Chair, Jose Milan (middle) and Blaine Pinkerton continues his term as treasurer (right). (Photos courtesy of RISE)

RISE executive committee includes newly elected Chair, Karen Larson (left) as chair and  Jose Milan (middle) as vice chair. Blaine Pinkerton continues his term as treasurer (right). (Photos courtesy of RISE)

RISE (Responsible Industry for a Sound Environment) elected new officers and welcomed new governing board members during its March meeting in Arlington, Va.

The 2022 RISE executive committee includes newly elected Karen Larson of Clarke as chair, and Jose Milan of Bayer Environmental Science as vice chair. Blaine Pinkerton, Nufarm, continues his term as treasurer. Elections were held during the governing board’s March meeting due to company staffing changes.

“I’m thrilled to lead the board into 2022, which so far, is a challenging year at the state and federal levels,” said Larson. “We have an engaged RISE governing board to guide RISE through the tough issues the specialty industry is facing and to support the association’s work to promote the benefits of our products.”

The governing board elected two new members, Barbara Aguiar of BASF and Shayne Wetherall of Amguard. Members continuing their terms serving on the governing board include:

• Daryl Allen, Corteva Agriscience
• Kathy Bishop, Lebanon Seaboard Corp.
• Bill Culpepper, SePRO Corp.
• John Johnson, Prokoz
• Scott Lazarczyk, SBM Life Sciences
• Todd Mason, Sipcam Agro USA
• Scott Reasons, Syngenta
• Brian Rowan, SiteOne Landscape Supply
• Nadia Sinno, FMC Corp.

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