NPPC hires WPE general manager

NPPC hires WPE general manager

Sheila Warrick, a Britt, Iowa, native, is new general manager of World Pork Expo.

The National Pork Producers Council has hired Sheila Warrick as the general manager of World Pork Expo, the world’s largest pork-specific trade show. Warrick will be responsible for the oversight and execution of the annual World Pork Expo, being held this year June 8-10, at the Iowa State Fairgrounds in Des Moines, Iowa. Additionally, she will serve as NPPC’s director of projects and events throughout the year.

Sheila Warrick is the new general manager of World Pork Expo, the world’s largest pork-specific trade show.

Warrick brings almost 20 years of experience in sales, customer service, marketing and event management to NPPC. She most recently worked for DuPont Pioneer as a stakeholder outreach coordinator for North America, where she developed and facilitated grower and visitor programs at the company’s Johnston, Iowa, campus. Before that, Warrick worked with a third-party event planner, where she coordinated a variety of events for Farm Journal Media. Warrick grew up on a swine farm near Britt, Iowa, and graduated from Buena Vista University, earning a bachelor’s degree in corporate communications.

“My goal for World Pork Expo is to present another successful event, where pork producers have an opportunity to network, learn about the latest innovations and can walk away with insights that are useful and beneficial to their businesses back home,” Warrick says. “I am especially excited about this year’s trade show — it’s the largest ever. Along with exhibits in the Varied Industries Building and the Agriculture Building, the outdoor exhibit space has been greatly expanded, so there will be even more to see.”

More information about World Pork Expo is available at www.worldpork.org.

Source: National Pork Producers Council

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