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NCHA names new executive director

 

The National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) has named Jim Bret Campbell as its new executive director, the Fort Worth-based organization announced May 2.
Campbell was most recently the director of communications and member relations for the Texas Cattle Feeders Association in Amarillo and previously served as the senior director of marketing and communications at the 285,000-member American Quarter Horse Association.
Campbell holds a master’s in agricultural education and a bachelor’s in agricultural communication from Texas Tech University.
He will begin as executive director on June 10.
 

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