Dorman named director of food programs for Center for Food and Animal Issues


COLUMBUS — The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation has named Leah Dorman as director of food programs for its Center for Food and Animal Issues.

As director of food programs, Dorman will develop and execute programs throughout the state that help advocate for accepted agriculture and food processing practices.

Primary duties

Among her primary duties are assisting county Farm Bureaus in local advocacy programs, developing and enhancing relationships with other organizations, governmental agencies, cooperatives and other community groups across Ohio, and conducting seminars and educational activities for Farm Bureau members as needed.

Dorman most recently served three years as the assistant state veterinarian at the Ohio Department of Agriculture, where she started as a veterinary medical officer in 2001.

A native of Findlay, Dorman did her undergraduate study in animal science and earned her doctorate of veterinary medicine from Ohio State University.

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