Riverina wool producer, Stacey Lugsdin, has been appointed a new independent director of peak national body, Wool Producers Australia.
She was announced a director at the organisation's annual meeting in Canberra.
WoolProducers president, Ed Storey, also announced incumbent directors Steve Harrison and John Hassell had been returned to the board.
Mrs Lugsdin has replaced Jamie Rowe who decided not to recontest.
"WoolProducers is happy to have a new face around the table and look forward to having robust input from Mrs Lugsdin to our board," Mr Storey said.
Ms Lugsdin is a woolgrower from Hay who has completed both the Australian Institute of Company Directors Course and the Australian Rural Leadership Program.
"We're also pleased to welcome back experienced directors, Mr Harrison and Mr Hassell, who both bring a depth of knowledge of a range of issues affecting the Australian wool industry," Mr Storey said.
"WoolProducers would also like to acknowledge the contribution of Mr Rowe during his two-year tenure and we wish him and his family well in their future endeavours," he said.
WoolProducers also farewelled two long-standing directors, Andrew Johnston from Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association and James Kirkpatrick from the Victorian Farmers Federation who had both reached their maximum director tenures.
"We will miss both Andrew and James, their dedication and constructive input into WoolProducers over the past six years."
Ed Storey and Steve Harrison were returned unopposed as president and vice-president respectively.
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