Dairy Girl Network recently announced the addition of CRV USA and DeLaval in two new partnerships at the Sustaining sponsorship level. Each of these companies have shown a longstanding dedication to women in dairy farming and have helped enable women to serve in leadership roles.
Dairy Girl Network is responsible for the development of programs and events that support female dairy industry professionals by enhancing their lives and creating unique professional opportunities. These new sponsors will allow Dairy Girl Network members to gain valuable connections and resources, and will further enable them to share their experiences while supporting and encouraging fellow dairywomen.
“The fast-growing Dairy Girl Network is poised to reach hundreds, if not thousands, more dairywomen in the years ahead,” comments Laura Daniels, founder and president. “Thanks to CRV and DeLaval, we will strengthen Dairy Girl Network programming and continue the quest to reach more women in isolated areas.”
CRV USA is a world-leading cattle improvement organization that works to help dairy producers build healthy, easy-to-manage, and profitable herds.
“The Dairy Girl Network team is full of energy, brings a unique perspective, and endless resources to dairywomen across the country,” says Amy VanderMark, CRV USA Managing Director. “For many years, CRV has looked for ways to build alliances and support women in our industry. I hope to carry on that tradition by becoming active with the group and supporting the great women I’ve had the pleasure meeting and working alongside—and meeting many more along the way.”
DeLaval milking equipment is a worldwide leader in the industry and offers a diverse portfolio of solutions for dairy farmers.
“Supporting Dairy Girl Network programs has perfect alignment with our values and ambitions,” states Fernando Cuccioli, DeLaval North America President. “As a leading company in the dairy industry, a key factor of DeLaval’s success is the diversity of our workforce including more and more female professionals to our already large pool of talent.”