Congratulations to Lindsey Worden on her recent promotion to Communications Manager for the Holstein Association USA. Lindsey has served as Public Relations Specialist for the Association since July 2007.
In her new role, Lindsey will lead all editorial, advertising, and public relations strategies and programs online and in print. The University of Wisconsin-Madison Dairy Science and Life Science Communications graduate brings solid dairy experience to her position.
“We are excited to be able to promote Lindsey,” said John Meyer, CEO of the Holstein Association. “She grew up with Holstein Association programs, and her experience and talents lend themselves greatly to the position. All who have had the opportunity to work with her, feed off her genuine enthusiasm for the Holstein cow and the Association. Additionally, Lindsey has been the driving force behind the Association’s new website which will be launched next month,” he continued.
Lindsey was actively involved with Wormont Dairy, the Worden’s family farm, while growing up in New Mexico and New York. Prior to joining the Association full time, Lindsey served as the Summer Intern for Youth Programs and Education for the Holstein Foundation in 2006, and was the Dairy Youth Programs Intern for the University of Wisconsin Extension in 2005.
While in college, Lindsey was a member of the Badger Dairy Club, the Association of Women in Agriculture, and the UW Dairy Cattle Judging Team. In her senior year, Lindsey was a top ten finalist in National Dairy Shrine’s Student Recognition Contest.