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Noelle Cremers joins Wine Institute as Director of Environmental & Regulatory Affairs

Noelle Cremers Full HeadshotWe are pleased to announce the hiring of Noelle G. Cremers who joined Wine Institute’s Sacramento office as Director, Environmental and Regulatory Affairs on March 23, 2020. In this position, she will be replacing Adam Kotin in representing the interests of California’s wineries on environmental regulatory matters, including water quality, air quality and sustainability issues. She brings valuable experience working on environmental regulations to represent Wine Institute’s members before state and federal regulatory agencies.

Prior to joining Wine Institute, Noelle represented California’s farmers and ranchers before the California legislature and regulatory agencies in her role at the California Farm Bureau Federation. She served as Senior Policy Advocate at Farm Bureau for 15 years and, most recently, focused on the areas of air quality, endangered species and climate change. Prior to Farm Bureau, Noelle represented California ranchers on water, air and wildlife issues with the California Cattlemen’s Association. She has a Master of Agriculture degree from Colorado State University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. She was a fellow in Class 35 of the California Agricultural Leadership Program.

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