American Egg Board hires Veronica Rovelli

Rovelli brings decades of agriculture industry experience.

February 15, 2022

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American Egg Board hires Veronica Rovelli

The American Egg Board recently named Veronica Rovelli as vice president of outreach, experience and administration. Reporting to Mike Koenigs, chief of operations, Rovelli will oversee the AEB’s office administration, industry affairs, AEB culture, employee empowerment and training. Rovelli will also play an instrumental role helping execute AEB’s major events including board meetings, new Joint Industry Annual Meeting and the annual White House Easter Egg Roll.

An accomplished agriculture industry veteran with extensive experience in strategic event management and producer relations, Rovelli brings a wealth of knowledge in planning and executing industry events, committee meetings, and also has a strong background in the private banking and financial services industries.

“We are thrilled to welcome Veronica Rovelli to the American Egg Board. Not only does she bring the tangible skills, extensive track record and credentials to this role, but she also exudes incredible culture-driving energy and possesses a true attitude of servant leadership that is crucial to fostering positive employee morale, cultivating industry relationships, and serving our producers, fully,” said AEB President & CEO Emily Metz.

Rovelli joins the AEB from American Feed Industry Association, where she was senior director of meetings and events. She also spent nearly a decade in the financial industry with respected roles as business development manager at the World Bank for Travelex Currency Services, and as a banking center manager for Bank of America, where she managed operations, staffing, human resources, and more. Rovelli holds a bachelor’s degree in International Studies from Dickinson College and is fluent in Spanish.

In her free time, Veronica is also a proud mother of two daughters and volunteers for the American Red Cross – Services to the Armed Forces.

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