Ivy to Succeed Raffel as American Egg Board CEO

{mosimage}Ivy, currently senior vice president, was selected by the AEB Executive Committee as the best qualified person to lead AEB after interviewing several other well-qualified candidates for the position. Ivy has served on the staff of AEB with increasing responsibilities for 20 years. She was previously executive director of the North Carolina Egg Association. Ivy is well known and respected in the egg industry both in the U.S. and internationally.

In 2005, Ivy received the International Egg Commission's Denis Welstead Memorial Trophy as the International Egg Person of the Year. She has served as chairman of the Marketing Committee for the International Egg Commission for 12 years and currently is an officeholder and holds a seat on the Executive Committee of the organization.

Ivy will become only the second ceo of the American Egg Board. Raffel has served in that capacity since the American Egg Board program began in 1976.

Ivy will assume the presidential duties on Jan. 1, 2007.


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