ISDA director reflects on first year: Working on value, communication
Joe Kelsay, director of ISDA, spent a rare moment back home to discuss the state of ISDA. Kelsay, Whiteland, also reflected on his first year of service.
THEY SAID IT: “The test for ISDA’s merits will come when we get a governor who is not interested or supportive of agriculture. Will it become a dumping ground for political hacks?” —Mary and David Howell, Middletown
Fiscal management key: Guiding ISDA through choppy financial waters and looking for opportunities to grow agriculture and add jobs are keys, Joe Kelsay says.
This article published in the December, 2010 edition of INDIANA PRAIRIE FARMER.
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