It can seem like legislators at the state and federal levels lead completely different lives from everyday farmers. As external affairs lead for Landus, Sue Tronchetti’s unique career path blends both lifestyles into a symphony of communication and understanding. As a farmer in Greene County and with previous experience lobbying in Washington D.C., Sue knows what matters to farmers, rural communities, and where legislators stand on agriculture matters. Landus is proud to introduce the latest column in the Grow on the Go Newsletter, Rural Matters.
Landus intends to take a balanced and bi-partisan approach to policy issues with the goal of protecting the vitality of rural communities and our members assets. Landus is your voice in ag policy decisions.
After earning her Agricultural Business degree from Iowa State University, Sue served as a West Central Cooperative Grain Merchandiser for nearly ten years before eventually becoming Chair of the Board. Today, Landus is proud to reintroduce Sue Tronchetti as Landus’ External Affair Lead. In this role, she’ll engage in policy discussions and bring farmers’ voices to the decision-making table. Representing Landus on a state and local level, Sue’s expertise and experience embodies #TheLandusWay and has our communities as the top priority in legislative conversations.
Sue will be assisted in her legislative duties by Des Moines lobby firm Skinner & Paschke.
Landus intends to take a balanced and bi-partisan approach to policy issues with the goal of protecting the vitality of rural communities and our members assets. Landus wants to make sure your rural voice matters.
Sue can be contacted for comments, questions, or policy help.