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NMPF announces staff reorganization as Doud begins new roleNMPF announces staff reorganization as Doud begins new role

Organization names three new executive vice presidents.

September 11, 2023

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The National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) announced a significant staff reorganization as it transitions to new leadership, as incoming President & CEO Gregg Doud began work with the organization this week as the organization’s chief operating officer, a position he will hold until current President & CEO Jim Mulhern retires in January. 

“I am excited to announce these changes, which will enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of our organizational structure,” said Mulhern. “They also recognize the significant contributions of the affected individuals to our overall success in recent years and position the organization well for even greater success in the future.”

NMPF named three executive vice presidents – Paul Bleiberg, Shawna Morris and Alan Bjerga – as part of the reorganization, recognizing responsibilities that are expanding across NMPF teams. Bleiberg will serve as executive vice president of government relations; Morris as executive vice president of trade policy & global affairs; and Bjerga as executive vice president of communications and industry relations.

Other promotions include David West to chief administrative officer; Stephen Cain to senior director of economic research & analysis; Beverly Hampton Phifer to senior director of FARM Animal Care; Theresa Sweeney-Murphy as senior director of communications and outreach; Miquela Hanselman to director of regulatory affairs; and Tony Rice to director of trade policy. Staffers receiving title changes in line with new responsibilities are Chris Galen, who will serve as senior vice president of member services and governance, and Claudia Larson, senior director of government relations & head of nutrition policy.

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