Board of Directors
Daryl Olsen, DVM
Dr. Daryl Olsen is a managing partner with AMVC, headquartered in Audubon, Iowa. AMVC works to be an industry leader in livestock production by providing management, veterinary, nutritional, marketing, and employee expertise. Daryl is currently the President of the SHIC Board of Directors.
Howard Hill, DVM
Dr. Howard Hill is a Past President of the National Pork Producers Council. He continues to volunteer for the pork industry in many capacities. He is “retired,” actively farming, raising pigs, cattle, corn, and soybeans. Howard is currently the Vice President of the SHIC Board of Directors.
Mark Greenwood is Senior Vice President at Compeer Services in Mankato, MN. Compeer is one of the leading lenders to the US pork industry. Mark is currently the Treasurer of the SHIC Board of Directors.
Matt Anderson, DVM
Dr. Matt Anderson is with Suidae Health and Production swine exclusive veterinary clinic in Algona, Iowa. He is originally from Stuart, IA, where he grew up on a diverse family farm with hogs, cattle, and row crops. Dr. Anderson served as the 2013 American Association of Swine Veterinarians President.
Bill Luckey is a pork producer operating his family farm in east central Nebraska. He is a past member of National Pork Producers Council Board of Directors and past chairman of the Animal Health and Food Security Committee.
Mark Schwartz is Director of Production Systems, Schwartz Farms. He is responsible for breeding herd production, herd health maintenance and enhancement, biosecurity system development, coordination with wean-finish departments, and veterinarians.
Gene Noem is a pork producer who has spent his entire professional career in the industry. He has experience in many facets of pork production including working for large operations to contract feeding in his own buildings. A member of the National Pork Board, Gene is representing the organization on the SHIC Board of Directors.
Jeremy Pittman, DVM
Dr. Jeremy Pittman is a staff veterinarian for Smithfield Hog Production – North Region. His responsibilities include oversight on 133,000 sows farrow-to-finish in North Carolina and Virginia. He also serves on the Smithfield Science and Technology Committee. He is a graduate of the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Board Certified in Swine Medicine, earned a master’s degree in Veterinary Preventative Medicine from Iowa State University, and completed the Executive Veterinary Program at the University of Illinois.