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Portrait

Chantelle Donahue

Born: 1979

Chantelle Donahue, of Biggar, Sask., is an agricultural leader who has been instrumental in Canada’s efforts to maintain public trust in agriculture. She was a crucial player in the development of the Canadian Journey to Public Trust initiative, which guides the Canadian agri-food industry in its efforts to build trust in Canada’s food system. She is an advocate for advancing sustainable growth in the agricultural industry, and a role model in advancing women in agricultural leadership positions.

Through Chantelle’s various roles at Cargill, most recently as Vice President, Commercial Manager, Global Edible Oils Solution – Specialties, and her participation on several industry boards, she has been instrumental in building trust and transparency in our supply chains, adding value for producers throughout the country. She has spent a good portion of her career committed to identifying new value-added investments in Canada and Saskatchewan. She is known as someone who brings fresh ideas to the table and is always willing to step forward to get the work done. Her reputation for building strong relationships and contributing to effective agricultural boards and programs has set her apart in this industry.

Chantelle has taken great pride in the positions she has held with numerous organizations including Cargill, Prairie Malt Ltd., the Canada Grains Council, the Canadian roundtables for grains and oilseeds and sustainable crops, Cereals Canada, the Barley Council of Canada, the Western Grain Elevators Association, the Canada Meat Council, the Malting Industry Association of Canada, Ag-West Bio, the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute and the Advancing Women in Agriculture project. Throughout her career she has also had the opportunity to offer mentorship and guidance to young women and has fostered strong ties with colleagues and industry partners from around the world.

Chantelle and her husband, Greg, along with their daughters Abigail and Sally, own and operate a fourth-generation grain farm in Biggar, Saskatchewan. They are committed to innovative and responsible production systems that improve their environmental footprint and preserve social licence to operate for today, and in the future.

 

 

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