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CALIFORNIA INVASIVE SPECIES ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBER
Chris Zanobini

President and CEO
Ag Association Management Services Inc.

Background

Chris Zanobini is the President and CEO of Ag Association Management Services Inc. (AAMSI). In his role Chris oversees all operations for AAMSI and serves as the lead for a number of organizations. In his career, Chris has served in many roles with industry groups including California Grown, The World Apple and Pear Association, The Ag Issues Forum, The Ag Export Council, The Alliance for Food and Farming, The California State Fair Ag Advisory Committee and Future Farmers Foundation. Currently Chris is the Chair of the Alliance for Food and Farming and the Chair for the California State Fair Ag Advisory Board. He also serves on the Deans Advisory Council for the UC Davis College of Ag and Environmental Sciences and the advisory committees for the California Invasive Species Advisory Council, the Plant Right program and the California Center for Ag Worker Health and Safety. Chris also supports and is a member of the steering committee for the St Vincent de Paul Annual Benefit for the Poor. Prior to his role in organizational leadership, he was Director of Floral Sales for Dierberg’s Markets in St. Louis, MO and as General Manager and owner of wholesale and retail flower operations in California. Chris graduated from the University of California at Davis with a degree in Plant Science and an emphasis in Agricultural Management. He holds a Master’s in Business Administration emphasizing marketing and management from the U.C. Davis Graduate School of Management.

Conflict of Interest Statement

I have no personal financial interest in any actions that CISAC is likely to consider.

Links

 
 
 
             
 
Click to download Invasive Species Brochure. Click to download Invasive Species Poster Go to the Firewood.ca.gov website Download: Hello Invasive Species, Goodbye California (brochure) Eye on Invasives Newsletter Action Alert: Disease-bearing Mosquitos!