Anne Thompson recently joined the NCGA Washington, D.C. office as the new Director of Political Strategy. Thompson will also serve as director of NCGA’s CornPAC. Thompson comes to NCGA from Bunge, where she served as a Director of Governmental Affairs handling issues such as transportation, tax, and food security while also overseeing the Bunge PAC for the last five years. Prior to that, Thompson worked at CoBank and on Capitol Hill.
“We look forward to having Anne on board to help us build on the work that is being done to grow our CornPAC and lead our political efforts engaging with the states, Capitol Hill and our industry,” said NCGA Vice President of Public Policy Brooke Appleton.
Thompson is originally from Fort Worth, Texas and is a graduate of the University of Mississippi and has an MS from Colorado State University.
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