UnitedAg Announces New Board of Trustees Chairman

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UnitedAg Announces New Board of Trustees Chairman
Mack Ramsay is appointed Board of Trustees Chairman of a leading agricultural healthplan

IRVINE, CA - (AgPR) March 4, 2019 UnitedAg, a leader in providing healthcare for the agricultural industry has officially announced Mack Ramsay as the new in-coming Chairman for the Board of Trustees, responsible for high-level overview of UnitedAg’s health and wellness plans and affiliated initiatives. Mack Ramsay has served as President/Managing Member at Pacific Commerce Group (PCG) since 2005. PCG provides domestic and international consulting services, special project analysis, implementation and management to business, food manufacturing and the agriculture industry operating between the U.S., China, Mexico and Japan. He also serves as Executive Vice President/General Manager for Calberi Inc., an agricultural cooperative and service provider. PCG has been a long-standing member of UnitedAg and its affiliated companies. Mack became a member of the UnitedAg Board of Trustees in 1997.

UnitedAg is a multi-commodity member-owned agricultural trade association dedicated to providing innovative health benefit solutions for a strong and healthy agricultural industry. Our over 1,000 agriculture affiliated member organizations network and share creative ways to transform our ever-changing industry. UnitedAg strives to bring innovative solutions to agribusiness by meeting our member’s employee benefit needs, advocating for ag with lawmakers and helping members comply with regulations.

"I am honored in the Board's confidence in electing me Chair of the Board of Trustees," said Ramsay. "I look forward to continuing our efforts in leading the Trust in providing premium health plans to an under-served segment of our society.... Agriculture and our workers, while producing food for health and life!"


About UnitedAg
Founded in 1980, UnitedAg is a member-owned agricultural trade association dedicated to providing innovative health benefit solutions for a strong and healthy agricultural industry. UnitedAg represents more than 1,000 agriculture-affiliated member companies including: (growers, shippers, coolers, processors, dairy and livestock producers, and supporting businesses); associates; cooperatives; and partner agricultural associations. UnitedAg helps its members meet their employee benefits needs, promotes their interests with lawmakers, and helps them comply with legislation and regulation. Based in Irvine, Calif., UnitedAg has offices in Oxnard, Corona, Salinas, Fresno and Santa Maria. Visit
www.unitedag.org for more information.