Colorado Cattlemen’s Association leadership change

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From Staff Reports

The Colorado Cattlemen’s Association has announced that longtime Executive Vice President, Terry Finkhauser will be leaving his post of 22 years.

Finkhauser and his family will be moving back to Kansas to help manage his family farm. He will, however, continue to be a part of the CCA, leading their strategic efforts, he said. The board has decided to move Erin Karney into the role as Executive Vice President. She has been with CCA since 2015 as the Industry Advancement Director. 

“I look forward to serving the members of the association and the Colorado beef industry. There are some big shoes to fill, but I believe Terry has prepared us for the challenges and opportunities ahead,” Karney said. “I look forward to working with the members, board, and industry partners in this new capacity.” 

Karney grew up on a cattle operations in Southeast Colorado, and currently has her own cattle herd.

In her new role, Karney will lead day-to-day operations, including managing the budget and working with the CCA board of directors. 

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