Farm Bureau hires new health and safety specialist
» July 20, 2004 «
Elisa Noble of Sacramento has joined the staff of the California Farm Bureau Federation as coordinator of rural health and safety programs.
She will work with county Farm Bureaus and individual members on health and safety issues affecting agricultural producers and their employees, families and businesses.
"Farm Bureau has long been dedicated to assuring the health and safety of people who live and work in rural California," CFBF President Bill Pauli said. "Elisa will play an important role in providing the latest safety and health information to Farm Bureau members."
Noble most recently worked as a graduate assistant at Texas A&M University, while enrolled in its master's program in agricultural education. She holds a bachelor's degree from the University of California, Davis.
She has also served as a volunteer and intern with the California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom, earning the foundation's Volunteer of the Year award in 2003.
The California Farm Bureau Federation represents more than 89,000 member families statewide.
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