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FCC Announces CEO Retirement and Search


Farm Credit Council CEO Todd Van Hoose will retire in early 2025 and the FCC Board is launching a search committee to identify successor candidates. CEO transition is targeted to Q1 2025.

“Todd will continue to lead our efforts in Washington while the FCC Board works toward identifying a successor and managing a smooth leadership transition,” said Bo Stone, FCC Chair. “The Council remains deeply engaged in working to pass a strong Farm Bill, protecting Farm Credit’s interests in the regulatory process, and managing Farm Credit’s national reputation,” he added.

The FCC Board appointed a 4-person search committee to lead the CEO search/ transition process and retained Jay Lux, VP Organizational Development at FCCS to help manage the search effort.

“We are keenly aware of the importance of this role and are focused on identifying the right person to build on the success FCC has achieved under Todd’s leadership,” said Stan Claussen, FCC Board Vice Chair. “We have a great team in place at FCC and are looking to build on that strength as we search for a new CEO.”

The FCC Board, with help from Lux, constructed a rigorous, methodological approach to identifying the needs of the role, as well as structuring the interview, candidate assessment, and search process. The search committee will be comprised of FCC Chair Stone, Vice Chair Claussen, and board members Chad Lee and Peter Triandafillou. The search process is expected to kick-off formally this summer with final interviews scheduled for yearend.

For more information about the search process, please contact Jay Lux via email.

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