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Sarah Emerson promoted to Events Manager

Northwest Food Processors Association promotes Sarah Emerson to Events Manager

Portland, Ore. December 7, 2015. The Northwest Food Processors Association (NWFPA), a 102-year organization based in Portland, Oregon, announced today that Sarah Emerson has been promoted to Events Manager for the association, leading multiple conferences, tradeshows and summits throughout the region. Emerson has been with the NWFPA since 2013 as the sales coordinator and member services specialist.

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Kirsten Ringen named as Community Engagement and Education Manager

Northwest Food Processors Association names Kirsten Ringen as Community Engagement and Education Manager

Portland, Ore. November 18, 2015. The Northwest Food Processors Association (NWFPA), a 102-year organization based in Portland, Oregon, announced today that Kirsten Ringen has been named the new Community Engagement and Education Manager. Ringen spent the last five years with the Oregon Entrepreneurs Network (OEN), helping people launch their businesses, connect with local resources, and achieve their goals and dreams. Prior to OEN, Ringen had worked with NWFPA on membership development and events.

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FDA to explain food safety rules at Dec. 1 meeting in Portland

FDA technical experts will provide an overview of the agency's new food safety rules, and answer questions, during a Dec. 1 meeting in Portland, Ore. The meeting is being organized by the Idaho, Oregon and Washington ag departments.

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Pam Barrow named Vice President of Northwest Food Processors Association

Pam Barrow named Vice President of Northwest Food Processors Association

Longtime energy and sustainability policy advisor set the standard for membership achievements

Portland, Ore. October 30, 2015. The Northwest Food Processors Association (NWFPA), a 102-year organization based in Portland, Oregon, announced today that Pam Barrow, the organization's energy and sustainability policy director, has been promoted to vice president. In announcing her new role, NWFPA president David McGiverin said her leadership in issues important to the food processing industry have been invaluable to both the association and its members.

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