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November 10, 2020
10:00-11:30AM

When “He” Doesn’t Want to Work with a Woman, a panel discussion

Women Leading in Ohio Agribusiness Webinar Series

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The new Women Leading in Ohio Agribusiness program will offer professional development, networking opportunities and more to OABA’s female leaders. Women new or seasoned in the industry are invited and encouraged to participate and share with one another. To kick off the program, OABA is hosting a three session webinar series this fall:

Webinar 3 - Event Details:

Summary 

In any industry, there will always be “those people” who don’t play well with others. In this panel discussion, hear from women in the trenches who share real-world tactics on navigating a professional relationship with someone who might not want to work with you.

Panelists:

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Tina Lust, Lust Seed Sales & Service

Tina Lust has been in ag business for 25 years, with an Agriculture degree from Wilmington College and is a Certified Crop Adviser. Throughout her career, Tina has worked with Zeneca Ag Products, Central Ohio Farmers Co op and American Cyanamid (now BASF). Tina then became an independent seed dealer and has been in the seed business for 20 years. Over the course of those years, Tina has had dealerships with Midwest Seed Genetics, Channel, and NuTech. Currently Tina is an independent dealer for Beck's and AgVenture Seeds of Ohio. She also served as Chairman of the Certified Crop Adviser Board in 2012-2013.

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Megan Provost, RISE (Responsible Industry for a Sound Environment)

Megan Provost is the President of RISE (Responsible Industry for a Sound Environment), the national trade association representing manufacturers, formulators, distributors and other industry leaders in the specialty pesticide and fertilizer industry.  Provost brings a strong background in national-level pesticide industry advocacy and non-profit leadership to the role.

Amanda Stacy Hartman

Amanda Stacy-Hartman, Speedway LLC

Amanda Stacy Hartman is an attorney at Speedway LLC, a national convenience store, where she manages a portion of the company’s active litigation in the Atlantic and Midwest regions.  Prior to joining Speedway LLC, Amanda practiced agricultural law after finishing law school in 2011.  She received her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in Psychology from Marietta College and her Juris Doctor from Ohio Northern University.  Amanda also grew up on a fruit and vegetable farm in Marietta, Ohio, with the farm’s biggest focus being a you-pick strawberry operation.

 

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2020-11-10 10:00:00 2020-11-10 11:30:00 America/Detroit When “He” Doesn’t Want to Work with a Woman, a panel discussion The new Women Leading in Ohio Agribusiness program will offer professional development, networking opportunities and more to OABA’s female leaders. Women new or seasoned in the industry are invited and encouraged to participate and share with one another. To kick off the program, OABA is hosting a three session webinar series this fall: Developing a Mindset of Career Confidence - September 15 Working Through Uncomfortable/Offensive Situations - October 13 When “He” Doesn’t Want to Work with a Woman - November 10 Webinar 3 - Event Details: Summary  In any industry, there will always be “those people” who don’t play well with others. In this panel discussion, hear from women in the trenches who share real-world tactics on navigating a professional relationship with someone who might not want to work with you. Panelists: Tina Lust, Lust Seed Sales & Service Tina Lust has been in ag business for 25 years, with an Agriculture degree from Wilmington College and is a Certified Crop Adviser. Throughout her career, Tina has worked with Zeneca Ag Products, Central Ohio Farmers Co op and American Cyanamid (now BASF). Tina then became an independent seed dealer and has been in the seed business for 20 years. Over the course of those years, Tina has had dealerships with Midwest Seed Genetics, Channel, and NuTech. Currently Tina is an independent dealer for Beck's and AgVenture Seeds of Ohio. She also served as Chairman of the Certified Crop Adviser Board in 2012-2013. Megan Provost, RISE (Responsible Industry for a Sound Environment) Megan Provost is the President of RISE (Responsible Industry for a Sound Environment), the national trade association representing manufacturers, formulators, distributors and other industry leaders in the specialty pesticide and fertilizer industry.  Provost brings a strong background in national-level pesticide industry advocacy and non-profit leadership to the role. Amanda Stacy-Hartman, Speedway LLC Amanda Stacy Hartman is an attorney at Speedway LLC, a national convenience store, where she manages a portion of the company’s active litigation in the Atlantic and Midwest regions.  Prior to joining Speedway LLC, Amanda practiced agricultural law after finishing law school in 2011.  She received her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in Psychology from Marietta College and her Juris Doctor from Ohio Northern University.  Amanda also grew up on a fruit and vegetable farm in Marietta, Ohio, with the farm’s biggest focus being a you-pick strawberry operation.   Cost: $75/webinar $150 for the series  Date: November 10 Time: 10-11:30 Registration: Click here to register for the webinars. ----