Kris Sticken recognized at 2014 NAADA Conference

Farm Forum

Kris Sticken, Angus Foundation administrative assistant, received the National Agricultural Alumni and Development Association (NAADA) Front Line Award on June 19, during the NAADA Annual Conference at Penn State University in University Park, Pa.

The Front Line Award is presented to an individual who has shown tremendous initiative, teamwork and the ability to work effectively with the public; advanced the programs or relationships within the unit; and strengthened their relationships with donors and supporters.

“Our heartiest congratulations to Kris on winning this well deserved prestigious national recognition,” says Milford Jenkins, Angus Foundation president. “It was our pleasure to nominate Kris, and we were excited to learn she had been selected for the award.”

Sticken has worked for the American Angus Association since 1982 and has been a part of the Angus Foundation since 2005. In her role, Sticken has numerous responsibilities, but some are gift processing, acknowledgements, donor records, scholarship program, golf tournament, silent auction and merchandise.