Ryder Lee returns to Canadian Cattle Association

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After serving seven years as the chief executive offices with the Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association, Ryder Lee is set to return to the Canadian Cattle Association (CCA) as general manager, as of September 1, 2022.

Lee held the post from November 2005 to 2015.

CCA executive vice president Dennis Laycraft, says, “Ryder brings an exceptional range of expertise with a strong industry background, years of work on agriculture policy, and advanced management experience.”

Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association chair, Arnold Balicki, is optimistic about the future. “I am a little disappointed to have Ryder move on. But I prefer to focus on his significant contributions to SCA over his tenure. SCA has come a long way on policy, governance, relations with government and others through working with a great strategic plan with his leadership. There is a strong foundation for Ryder’s successor to build on.”

Now, the Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association begin the hunt for a new CEO. The organization says the posting will be published on SaskJobs.ca.

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