AgSafe, Modesto, Calif., is starting a search for a president and CEO.
Amy Wolfe, who has led the organization for about 10 ½ years, plans to leave the organization in June 2020, according to a news release.
AgSafe is a nonprofit association that provides health and safety education to the agriculture industry.
"Amy has been a remarkable leader, and both our organization and the employers and workers that we serve owe her a tremendous debt of gratitude for her dedicated service and guidance," Don Winn, chairman of the AgSafe board, said in the release.
"My work at AgSafe has been extremely fulfilling and rewarding," Wolfe said in the release. "It’s not easy to leave but doing so is the right thing for me and my family at this stage of life. And, I’ll move on knowing that this incredible organization is in good hands with an outstanding leadership team who will find an exceptional agriculture industry professional to take on the president/CEO role."
AgSafe has posted information about the position and its requirements on LinkedIn.