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Jansen receives The Maschhoffs' 2022 Core Values Award

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From left, Tricia Jansen, regional controller of the Great Plains and Central Prairie regions for The Maschhoffs, accepts the 2022 Core Values Award from President Bradley Wolter.
Company core values define how employees work with one another, care for the animals, engage with the community and serve customers. 

Each year, since 2011, The Maschhoffs recognize an employee who has displayed the company core values through key business decisions and leadership actions. The Core Values award is a prestigious honor that recognizes the outstanding commitment of a single individual. This year's winner is Tricia Jansen, Regional Controller of the Great Plains and Central Prairie regions.

The company core values are how The Maschhoffs operate, collaborate and identify. The below set of values serve as an authentic reflection of the company culture. They define how employees work with one another, care for the animals, engage with the community and serve customers. 

  1. People and Partners - We value and respect our employees and partners.
  2. Good Animal Husbandry and Sustainability - We are committed to providing the best care of our animals and the environment.
  3. Innovation - We are dedicated to business innovation and continued improvement through knowledge and discipline.
  4. Customer Focus - We strive to continually exceed the expectations of our customers.

Randy Bowman, general manager of the Great Plains Region, notes that Jansen is truly multi-dimensional with our team. She challenges people to hit production and financial targets, she supports the needs and request of the team, and she forces us to communicate in a fashion that uses the tools we have learned through our leadership development. 

"Tricia embodies our core values. She truly has an admiration about people and is encouraging to everyone she encounters," says President Bradley Wolter. "She surfaces new ideas, challenges change management and provides leadership across the entire company."

Jeff Mahoney, general manager of the Central Prairie Region, notes that she is exactly what the company core values stand for. She cares about the people alongside the ability to challenge the process when not 
held to a defined standard. She knows how to work across the organization to get the most out of each individual and position every team to be successful.

Aside from Jansen, The Maschhoffs had an astounding 56 finalists for 2022:
• Aaron Kobus
• Adam Daugherty 
• Alex Villalobos
• Amanda Gonzalez
• Amanda Loepker
• Amy Maschhoff
• Amy Pressey 
• April Viehmann
• Ashley Johannes 
• Brenna Hilmes
• Caroline Hicks
• Chris Holle
• Chris Horstmann
• Cody Anderson
• Daniel Miller
• Darrell Hemker
• Darren Housberg
• Drew Hesker
• Elizabeth Noblett
• Ella Akin
• Enrique Sanchez
• Eric Jorgenson
• Erika Niemann
• Gale Schafer
• Harold Boehl
• Hayden Mattson
• James Kerr
• Jason Buss 
• Jeff Mahoney
• Johnathan Triggs
• Jose Gracia 
• Josh Maschhoff
• Kayla Henness
• Keith Monken
• Ken Stewart
• Kevin Van Dyke 
• Kody Adams
• Krista Bromley
• Lexi Ammann
• Linda England
• Marty McCombs 
• Michelle Hilker
• Mickey Montalvo 
• Paul Ayers
• Pete Rochen
• Rafael Diaz
• Rebecca Shaw
• Reda Salimi
• Sarah Stoutner
• Steve Quick
• Tanya Jansen
• Teri Foster
• Terra Tebbe
• Tricia Jansen
• Tyler Bauman
• Zoey Dinkla

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