Breaking Glass Leadership Series: IA Dept of Ag, Julie Kenney
Breaking Glass Leadership Series
The Women's Leadership Series "Breaking Glass" offers a unique learning experience to help women stretch their leadership potential, drive their careers with vision and purpose, and make a greater impact within their organizations. These workshops will challenge attendees to explore their role as a woman in the workforce.
Julie Kenney, Deputy Iowa Department of Agriculture:
Julie has a passion for agriculture and has been a tremendous asset to the Department of Agriculture. She grew up on her family's crop and livestock farm near Lohrville, Iowa and currently owns and operates a corn and soybean farm in Story County. Her background and experience have been a natural fit for the Department.
As Deputy Secretary, Kenney assists in management responsibilities for the Department focused on the areas of personnel, budget and policy. She also supports the Department's efforts to be accessible to Iowans by traveling regularly to represent the Department at meetings across the state.
"The Department plays an important role in protecting consumers, improving our natural resources and promoting Iowa agriculture," Kenney says.
Join us in person or virtually for February's Breaking Glass session and learn how Deputy Kenney has broken glass in the agriculture industry.