Ohio Pork Council names interim executive vice president

Melissa Bell replaces Bryan Humphreys, who has accepted a new position with the National Pork Board in Iowa.

December 4, 2019

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Ohio Pork Council

The Ohio Pork Council is pleased to name Melissa Bell as interim executive vice president, beginning Dec.16.

In this role, Bell will work alongside the board of directors to manage and execute OPC's strategic goals, coordinate state checkoff programs and continue the organization's involvement in H2Ohio, in addition to the Ohio Agricultural Conservation Initiative.

Bell has served as OPC's director of Membership Outreach since May 2018, in which she organized events and maintained relationships with key investors, members and partners of the organization.

"Melissa is a tremendous asset to the Ohio Pork Council, which is why we are pleased to offer her the opportunity to serve as interim executive vice president," says Dave Shoup, OPC president. "Given Melissa's leadership experience in agriculture, coupled with her passion for the industry, we are confident she will excel in this role."

Before joining OPC in 2018, Bell served as the Sponsorship Development consultant at the Ohio FFA Foundation, and prior to that as the executive director for the Foundation. In addition, Bell served as the regional supervisor and organizational director with Ohio Farm Bureau. Bell also worked as the coordinator of Admissions for the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University. 

Bell replaces Bryan Humphreys, who has accepted a new position with the National Pork Board in Iowa.

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