ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA, U.S. — Malissa Fritz, a communications professional with more than 15 years of experience, has joined CHS Inc. in the new position of director of issues management and leadership communications.
"We are excited to have Malissa join the CHS Enterprise Marketing and Communications group. She has a strong track record of building proactive communication plans and strategies as well as a proven ability in working on issues communications with key stakeholders," said Linda Tank, senior vice-president, CHS Communications and Public Affairs. "Her expertise aligns well with our farmer-owned Fortune 100 energy, grains and foods company."
Fritz joins CHS from Weber Shandwick, Bloomington, Minnesota, U.S., where she was a vice-president heading the Farm and Food Advocacy practice and working with a variety of leading agricultural companies and food manufacturers.
Previously, Fritz was communications director for the Minnesota Board of Animal Health in St. Paul; public relations consultant for VistaComm in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, U.S.; communications coordinator for the Minnesota Department of Agriculture; and a reporter for KSFY Television in Sioux Falls. A graduate of South Dakota State University with a degree in agricultural journalism, Fritz also farms near the Twin Cities with her family.