USGC announces new ethanol programs coordinator

By U.S. Grains Council | November 13, 2018

Turquoise Adams joined the U.S. Grains Council on Nov. 5 as the ethanol programs coordinator at the organization’s Washington, D.C., headquarters.

In this role, Adams will support the ethanol and economics team by facilitating program planning, managing correspondence and reports and handling information management and contracting.

“We are excited to have Turquoise join us and bring her prior experience coordinating seminars and handling travel arrangements with her,” said Mike Dwyer, USGC chief economist and lead on ethanol programs. “She is a welcome addition to our team.”

Prior to the Council, Adams worked for the National Association of Surety Bond Producers as an education specialist. In this capacity, she assisted with logistics and execution of meetings, coordinated bi-weekly virtual seminars and provided oversight of administrative tasks regarding continuing education credits. Adams also previously served as a coordinator for FirstBook, where she resolved customer issues and assisted in transmitting orders to warehouse fulfillment and supplier partners.

Please join the Council in welcoming Turquoise.