Lacey Seibert joins Landmark as vice president of grain
Landmark Services Cooperative is pleased to announce that Lacey Seibert has accepted the position of vice president of our grain division, effective June 1, 2020. In this role, Lacey will be leading the grain team focusing on strategic planning, business profitability and employee growth and development.
Lacey comes to Landmark with vast experience in the agricultural industry. Most recently, she held the role of Farm Advisement Director for a marketing group with 130 million bushels of licensed storage capacity. She graduated from Oklahoma State University with a bachelor’s degree in agribusiness and a master’s degree in agricultural economics. For the last 12 years, she has been working in the grain industry and specializing in on-farm grain origination and merchandising. She began her career with a large, privately-held grain company in central Nebraska, which merchandised and originated grain into a 120 million gallons per year ethanol plant, and has since worked on the creation and leadership of two successful origination programs for cooperatives covering Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas.
At Landmark, she looks forward to continued positive change, and delivering value-added services to members and customers. Lacey and her husband Jim have a ten-year-old daughter and a seven-year-old son. In her free time, Lacey and her family are active in their church and enjoy camping, volunteering in various ministries, and training at the CrossFit gym.