Amy Berg, an associate with Ice Miller LLP’s Food and Agribusiness Group, has been selected for Class 17 of the Indiana Agricultural Leadership Program through the AgrIInstitute. She previously worked as a project manager in the State Cleanup Section of the Indiana Department of Environmental Management Office of Land Quality. Berg managed the investigation and remediation of sites contaminated with hazardous substances or petroleum products including, for example, dry cleaning facilities, petroleum refineries and unregulated underground storage tank sites. Additionally, she was the inorganic laboratory manager at A&L Great Lakes Laboratories in Fort Wayne. The AgrIInstitute is a leadership development and people-capacity building organization that facilitates a robust network of agricultural and rural leaders. A cornerstone program of the AgrIInstitute is the Indiana Agricultural Leadership program. This dynamic, two-year program delivers a curriculum of high-caliber leadership learning.

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