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Nowak Named New RVP of Mid-East Region
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In this Regional Vice President position, Nowak will serve as the leader of the financial services officers, crop insurance agents and financial services staff in the Ann Arbor, Howell, Lapeer, and Mason offices.


GreenStone FCS Announces Jim Nowak as Mid-East Regional Vice President

GreenStone Farm Credit Services recently announced Jim Nowak as its new Regional Vice President of Sales and Customer Relations in mid-eastern Michigan.

In this Regional Vice President position, Nowak will serve as the leader of the financial services officers, crop insurance agents and financial services staff in the Ann Arbor, Howell, Lapeer, and Mason offices. He will be responsible for the guidance and development of this sales team.

Prior to his transition to Regional Vice President, Nowak served for seven years as GreenStone’s Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations. His leadership in this area focused on improving penetration in all targeted market segments through implementation of the strategic and tactical marketing plans for the organization relating to market research, advertising, trade shows, sales programs, stockholder publications along with legislative and media relations.

Nowak’s time at GreenStone, combined with his previous credit union employment, allows him to bring over 17 years of financial services experience to his new position. His leadership and industry knowledge will be fundamental as he works to ensure GreenStone customers continue to receive superior service provided by knowledgeable and dedicated staff.

Nowak holds a bachelor’s degree in Journalism with a Public Relations concentration and a minor in Business Administration from Central Michigan University. In his spare time, he enjoys participating in anything sports related, especially baseball and golf. He and his fiancé will be married in July and together have three sons. Nowak currently serves as a Council Member for Michigan Food and Farming Systems.