Colglazier named new executive director of Colorado Corn
GREELEY, Colo. — Colorado Corn Administrative Committee and Colorado Corn Growers Association have appointed Nicholas Colglazier their new executive director. Colglazier succeeds Mark Sponsler, the organization’s CEO of 13 years.
“Nick has a strong understanding of agriculture, over a decade of experience in legislative, public policy and strategic planning. His vision, when combined with his organizational management skills are the ideal qualities in a leader we were seeking. I am extremely excited to have Nick at the helm of Colorado Corn,” said Troy Schneider, president of Colorado Corn Administrative Committee.
“Nick’s strong policy background and passion for the issues impacting farmers will serve our organization and broader industry very well,” said Dave Cure, president of Colorado Corn Growers Association. “I look forward to working with him in the year ahead for the benefit of Colorado’s corn growers.”
“I couldn’t be more thrilled to lead these two organizations with a common focus on strengthening the agricultural industry for the farmers of Colorado,” Colglazier said. “What lies ahead of us is a tremendous opportunity to make a difference for our industry. I am excited to start this decade in a role where we can help growers tackle the challenges.”
Colglazier recently served as the director of the Colorado Competitive Council (C3), an affiliate of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce. As director he worked to develop policy solutions that benefitted Colorado to ensure a business climate that kept the state competitive locally and globally. Prior to C3 he served as the director of public policy for state affairs at Colorado Farm Bureau where he advocated for agricultural and rural issues.
A fourth generation Coloradan, Colglazier farmed alongside his family in Holyoke. He developed a passion for policy after graduating from Colorado State University, where he studied soil and crop science and agricultural business management.
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