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“Find Your People, Find Your Peers”

In this article by Cyndie Shearing and posted on the Farm Bureau website, Joanna Lidback, CFO of Adirondack Farms, LLC, consultant for Adirondack Management Services and ASAC member, is interviewed about her advocacy of agriculture and support for women in the industry.
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“Find Your People, Find Your Peers”

By Cyndie Shearing
Successful women supporting and mentoring other women interested in advancing their careers is commonplace in corporate America. This type of supportive professional relationship is found in other business environments as well, including agriculture and farming.

Joanna Lidback, a Vermont dairy farmer and ag advocate on social media, offers some advice for women in agriculture who are thinking about getting involved in advocacy.
“Find your people, find your peers,” Lidback says. “It can be daunting to put yourself out there, particularly in this age of keyboard warriors and shocking content,” she acknowledges. But you’re not out there on your own, she explains.

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