CANADIAN LIMOUSIN ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES NEW GENERAL MANAGER
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 20, 2015
CALGARY, AB – The Canadian Limousin Association (CLA) Board of Directors has selected a new General Manager to replace Anne Brunet-Burgess. Effective May 21, 2015, Tessa Nybo will become the new General Manager of the Canadian Limousin Association. Originally from Sundre, AB, Tessa grew up on her family’s cow/calf operation and now lives near Morinville, AB where her fiancé and his family have a well-established purebred Limousin herd. A graduate of the Olds College Agricultural Management program with a major in marketing, Tessa’s background in communications and marketing will serve as an asset to the CLA. Through her previous industry involvement Tessa has acquired extensive knowledge of the Limousin breed and Canadian Beef industry. Time spent in Australia working on a Limousin operation there further solidified her commitments to building momentum within the Limousin breed in Canada.
As CLA General Manager, Tessa says she is looking forward to serving the CLA membership and building the profile of the Limousin breed in Canada and abroad as an ambassador for Canadian Limousin cattle and genetics.
We wish Anne much success in her new position with Canadian Cattle Identification Agency, and look forward to the continued advancement of the Canadian Limousin Association under the leadership of Tessa Nybo. The Association represents members across Canada for the purposes of registering and recording the pedigrees of purebred Limousin cattle and promoting the breed domestically and internationally.
For more information, please contact Brian Lee, President of the Canadian Limousin Association.
Located in Calgary, Alberta, the Canadian Limousin Association (CLA) is a non-profit, member-owned organization. Our primary function is to maintain the pedigree herdbook of Limousin cattle in Canada. We are committed to the betterment of the Limousin breed by way of performance programs, research, education, advertising & promotion. Our goal is to add value to the commercial beef industry through the infusion of Limousin genetics into progressive crossbreeding programs.