Michael Marsh was hired by NCAE in October of 2017 as the organization’s President and Chief Executive Officer. Michael is a graduate of the University of Wyoming with degrees in accounting and history.
He has been consulting in the areas of complex financial transactions, litigation support, media, and public relations since December 2014 and is also a CPA. Prior to that, Michael served as Chief Executive Officer of Western United Dairymen for fifteen years building that organization into the nation’s premier dairy producer trade association. This followed a successful seven-year stint as Director of Finance and Administration with the Almond Board of California. Both organizations are located in Modesto, California.
Now, as President of NCAE, Marsh is excited to advocate for farmers in Washington, DC.
Meghan Quirk is the Director of Association Services at the National Council of Agricultural Employers (NCAE). Since joining NCAE in September of 2013, Meghan has gained a strong appreciation for the Agricultural Employer community through her engagement with agricultural labor issues and direct interactions with NCAE members. Meghan’s primary responsibilities at NCAE include: day to day office management, accounting, communications, and meeting planning.
Meghan grew up near Rochester, New York and graduated from Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology. After graduating from Gettysburg, Meghan completed two years of service with AmeriCorps Cape Cod, a residential service program dedicated to addressing the environmental and disaster related needs of the 15 easternmost towns in Massachusetts. Meghan now lives in Washington, DC and thoroughly enjoys walking past the US Capitol Building on her commute home from NCAE.