What’s the biggest and best grain show in the industry? GEAPS Exchange! This episode will get you excited to attend Exchange next month as you hear attendees share their personal stories of what makes GEAPS Exchange unmissable. You’ll also learn what to expect as GEAPS staff describe the event logistics and details.
About the Guests:
Deb Most manages GEAPS’ membership and chapter development, serves as the staff liaison to the Membership and Chapter Resource Committees, and manages GEAPS’ database technology and integrations and the Safety Award Program.
Brittany Labatt is the sales and conference manager at GEAPS.
Betsy Polis is the senior product manager at GEAPS. She manages member services programs including virtual and continuing education programs. She is also staff liaison to the Exchange Education Planning Committee.
Adrianne Fjerstad-Miller is the conference and expo director at GEAPS and manages planning and production of GEAPS conferences and trade shows and serves as staff liaison to the Exchange Futures Committee.
Chuck Vollmer is a producer and farmer from Lancaster, KS who runs a cow/calf operation and grows corn and soybeans.
April-Hope Wareham is the regional continuous improvement lead at Cargill.
Steve Myers is an elevator superintendent at Bunge Milling in Atchison, KS, and he served as the former GEAPS international president.
Chuck Kunisch is the corporate safety director and specialty soybean manager at Michigan Agricultural Commodities in Lansing, MI. He is also the current first Vice President of the GEAPS International Board.
- What is GEAPS Exchange?
- Ways to connect
- Educational opportunities
- Trade show details
Important 2023 GEAPS Exchange links:
- Exchange website
- Educational Opportunities
- Become an exhibitor
- Floor plan
Grain Elevator and Processing Society is the global leader in advancing the grain handling and processing industry. Be sure to visit GEAPS to learn how you can grow your network, support your personal professional development, and advance your career. Thank you for listening to another episode of GEAPS’s Whole Grain.