Mike Nowosad Retires From CEO 4-H Canada Position
CEO of 4-H Canada Retires, New CEO Announcement Expected Early 2013
By Amanda Brodhagen, Farms.com
Mike Nowosad chief executive officer for 4-H Canada retired last month and the 4-H national organization is now seeking new leadership.
Nowosad is known for his many contributions to the 4-H organization. During his 22 years with the organization he was responsible for pushing for a commission to measure the pulse of the organization, which assessed the impact and value of the program across Canada - that report was called “Measures of Success”. He was also instrumental in implementing a national 4-H development network.
Most importantly, Nowosad will be remembered for helping to define what the 4-H organization will stand for as it will mark its 100th anniversary in 2013. The anniversary kickoff will begin with a gala in Winnipeg next spring and will include other special events throughout the year, such as the youth ag summit planed for August.
The new CEO is expected to be named early in 2013.