The Canadian Seed Trade Association (CSTA) announced on July 5 that Dave Carey has been selected as the CSTA's new Executive Director.

Carey is the outgoing Director of Government Affairs and Policy, and joined CSTA in 2012. He worked in roles increasing management responsibility and recently acted as the lead staff member following the departure of Crosby Devitt, the former Executive Director.

He worked as a Legislative Assistant for Members of Parliament from Calgary, Alberta and Oakville, Ontario, prior to his career with the CSTA. Carey will be assuming his official duties effective July 7, 2017.

Click here to read the full press release from CSTA.

 

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