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CropLife Canada announces staffing changes


April 5, 2010
By Fruit & Vegetable

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March 30, 2010, Ottawa,
Ont – CropLife Canada recently announced that Nadine Sisk and Janice Tranberg
have accepted new roles in the organization.



March 30, 2010, Ottawa,
Ont – CropLife Canada recently announced that Nadine Sisk and Janice Tranberg
have accepted new roles in the organization.

CropLife Canada hopes
the new staffing changes will help the organization as it embarks on a
challenging and exciting three-year strategic plan.

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Sisk, who joined
CropLife Canada in April 2008, has been named executive director of
communications and member services. She will lead the association’s
communications team as it begins a new era focused on helping increase
recognition of the important role that plant science technologies play in
feeding the world, protecting public health and delivering yields that meet the
increasing demand for plant material to be used in feed, fuel and other uses.

Tranberg, who has been
with CropLife Canada since June 2007, has accepted the position of acting
executive director of biotechnology. In this capacity, Tranberg has been
charged with developing a world-class biotechnology division for the
association that will aspire to setting the foundation for positive global
biotechnology outcomes.


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