Cooperative Council Announces New Executive Director, Shares Annual Meeting Details

Emily NailThe Cooperative Council of North Carolina (CCNC) recently announced that Emily Nail has joined the organization as its new executive director. The CCNC announced the selection of Nail following a nationwide search.

Her tasks as the new executive director include executive planning, administration, communications, education and marketing. “Emily will bring leadership and creativity to the council’s programs and a deep sense of commitment to our region’s cooperative sector,” shared CCNC Chairman Kyle Randleman.” She has served at program, fundraising, executive and leadership levels, and has a breadth of perspective and experience.”

Nail’s experience & expertise come just ahead of the CCNC’s Annual Meeting, which is scheduled for March 9-10 in Winston-Salem. With the theme of Taking Charge of Change, Nail has worked collaboratively with the CCNC board and communications committee to develop a dynamic slate of topics and discussions during the event. You will find more information about the meeting and registration information here.

The Annual Meeting gives cooperators a great opportunity to meet Nail while connecting with other cooperative employees and organizations from across the state.  “I am dedicated to this sector because the cooperative difference is something that enriches our community, gives voice to all, and proves service still can be the driving factor in business,” Nail said.

Organized in 1935, the Cooperative Council of North Carolina provides centralized and innovative information, education, and consulting support for the cooperative sector in North Carolina. You can find more about the council and its programs by going to

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