Colorado native Todd Inglee has been named executive director of the Colorado Beef Council, according to a news release from the organization. Inglee served as the council’s interim executive …
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Colorado native Todd Inglee has been named executive director of the Colorado Beef Council, according to a news release from the organization.
Inglee served as the council’s interim executive director for eight months and comes to the organization with a diverse background in the beef industry. He has worked for trade associations, allied partners, and as a small cattle producer with a stocker operation, retaining ownership in those cattle to sell product to retail and foodservice.
Inglee also previously served as a director for the Colorado Beef Council and as president of the Colorado Cattlemen’s Association.
“As interim director, Todd demonstrated his knowledge of the beef industry, the importance of the checkoff and the distinct separation between checkoff and non-checkoff related programs,” Colorado Beef Council chair Sallie Miller of Briggsdale said in the release. “We look forward to having Todd serve as our executive director and help manage the Colorado Beef Council’s demand-building programs.”
As executive director, Inglee will have responsibility for administration, budget planning, producer communications and industry relations.
A graduate of Colorado State University with a degree in speech communications, Inglee and his wife Kim have three children and live in Arvada. The family owns Ralston Valley Beef, which raises grass and grain-finished cattle, selling its dry-aged and locally raised beef directly to individuals, restaurants, and specialty grocers throughout Colorado’s Front Range.
While the company headquarters is in Arvada, cattle can come from two ranches: one small family ranch near Evergreen that provides hay production and summer pasture, and the other southeast of the Limon/Hugo area that sources the cattle and provides additional pastures and finishing on locally grown grains.
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