Washington, DC - The American Meat Institute (AMI) today named Lynn Kosty director of regulatory affairs.
position at AMI, Kosty will monitor regulatory
developments that affect the meat and poultry
industry and advocate industry views at the
U.S. Department of Agriculture and other
federal agencies. She also will help AMI
member companies with their individual
regulatory issues. Kosty reports to Kim Rice,
vice president of regulatory affairs.
Most recently, Kosty served as director
of regulatory and scientific affairs for the
American Frozen Foods Institute. Previously,
she was associate director of food policy for
the National Cattlemen's Beef Association.
Kosty currently is pursuing her
doctorate in public policy and public
administration at Virginia Polytechnic
Institute. She received her B.S. in food
science and her M.S. in agricultural economics
and public policy from the University of
"Lynn Kosty will be an asset
to our regulatory affairs team," said AMI
President J. Patrick Boyle. "She brings a
great deal relevant experience to her position
at AMI and will be an excellent resource for
AMI member companies."
the interests of packers and processors of
beef, pork, lamb, veal and turkey products and
their suppliers throughout North America.
Headquartered in Washington, DC, the Institute
provides legislative, regulatory and public
relations services, conducts scientific and
economic research, offers marketing and
technical assistance and sponsors education
Lynn Kosty Joins AMI As Director of Regulatory AffairsMonday, November 6, 2000
For more information contact:
Vice President, Public Affairs