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Joniskan named new president of Indiana State Poultry Association

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145-year-old organization has a new leader for the first time in 28 years

W. LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The Indiana State Poultry Association has announced its first new president in 28 years — Rebecca Eifert Joniskan. Joniskan will succeed current President Paul Brennan, who will retire at the end of October.

Joniskan previously served in numerous leadership roles at the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM), most recently as chief of the Permits Branch in the Office of Land Quality. She has been working alongside ISPA and Brennan on issues related to Indiana’s poultry industry for several years. . .

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