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Kajkowski named VP of finance for United Dairymen of Idaho

MERIDIAN, Idaho (Oct. 27, 2016) — Jason Kajkowski has joined United Dairymen of Idaho as its vice president of finance. He will play a vital role as a strategic steward of Idaho’s dairy check-off dollars.

“We are thrilled to welcome Jason to our team after an exhaustive search and interview process,” United Dairymen of Idaho CEO Karianne Fallow said. “He comes to us from Micron with 15 years of experience in the internal audit and finance departments of one of Idaho’s leading companies, which will be advantageous to Idaho’s dairy promotion organization as we seek to meet demand in an evolving world.”

Jason Kajkowski, VP of Finance

Jason Kajkowski, VP of Finance

Kajkowski served in a variety of roles at Micron Technology — most recently as a senior manager and capital investments controller — before joining United Dairymen of Idaho. Micron hired him in 2001 as a SAP training developer and editor, Kajkowski began working as an internal auditor in 2002 and was promoted to audit manager in 2004, and he was named capital investments controller in 2011. Prior to that, Kajkowski worked as a technical writer at Micron Electronics in Nampa and as a technical writer and editor in Michigan for the software and automotive industries.

He earned a bachelor of arts in English at Western Michigan University and an MBA with an emphasis in finance at Boise State University.

About United Dairymen of Idaho
United Dairymen of Idaho protects and promotes the Idaho dairy industry and dairy farm families through outreach, nutrition counseling and partnerships with consumers, dairy processors, retail outlets and farmers and their families. UDI is the parent organization of both the Idaho Dairy Council and the Idaho Dairymen’s Association. Visit IdahoDairy.com for more details.

About the Idaho Dairy Council
The Idaho Dairy Council provides nutrition education to the entire state of Idaho as a nonprofit organization supported by the United Dairymen of Idaho. The council provides free, science-based nutrition resources to educators, students, health professionals and the public via curriculum, materials, funding, and nutrition instruction.

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