AgriNovus Indiana has named Mitch Frazier president and chief executive officer. He most recently served as chief executive officer of Reynolds Farm Equipment. Frazier will begin his new role on June 29.

Frazier also served as vice president of marketing at TinderBox and as vice president of marketing and investor relations officer at ExactTarget. He led media relations for Governor Mitch Daniels’ team at the Indiana Economic Development Corporation and served as a civilian public affairs officer with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Frazier also served on active duty in the U.S. Army.

Frazier succeeds Beth Bechdol, who was appointed in December as deputy director general of the Food and Agriculture Organization for the United Nations in Rome.

He holds a bachelor of science in marketing and a master of business administration from Upper Iowa University. Frazier serves on the Central Indiana Regional Development Authority, the city of Westfield Redevelopment Authority and on Westfield Washington Schools Superintendent’s Council.

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