Svenningsen named to ND Farm Service Agency position

She lives at Valley City, N.D.

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Marcy Svenningsen has been appointed the Farm Service Agency state executive director for North Dakota.
Svenningsen and her husband own and operate a farm and ranch near Valley City, North Dakota, where they produce wheat, corn, soybeans and feed. For over 30 years, she worked as the finance director for the Valley City Open Door Center, a non-profit corporation that provides services to individuals with disabilities.

For eight years, Svenningsen served as the chair of the USDA ND Farm Service Agency State Committee and for 12 years served as a district director on the North Dakota Farmers Union board.

Most recently, she served as chair of the Cass County Electric Cooperative board of directors and on the Minnkota Power Cooperative board of directors. Svenningsen graduated with a degree in Accounting from VCSU.

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