Mr. Leitão was elected to the Legislative Assembly in 2014. For over 30 years, he worked in the banking and financial services industry, including for the Royal Bank of Canada, and later for Laurentian Bank Securities, where he was chief economist. Through his publications and news updates on major economic developments, Carlos J. Leitão has provided highly strategic guidance to businesses and institutions across the country. Read more about Carlos Leitao
Ray Price grew up on a mixed farm near Acme, Alberta, Canada. After graduating from Olds College, he returned to the farm and worked in every area of the family business from cleaning pig pens to positions in sales and finance. The company, now called Sunterra Farms, has pig operations in Alberta, Ontario, South Dakota and Iowa as well as cropping operations in the Acme, Alberta area. Read more about Ray Price
Minister Colwell was first elected to the Nova Scotia House of Assembly in 1993. He has served as Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture and Minister of Consumer Services as well as holding many other cabinet posts. Keith has owned and operated a manufacturing company for 19 years. Read more about Keith Colwell
John G. Edwards was first elected to the Rhode Island House in November 2008, where he serves as the House majority whip. He works as project manager for Carlin Construction Company. Read more about John Edwards
Carolyn Partridge is a self-employed farmer and seamstress. She serves as Cochair of the Council of State Governments Northeast States Association for Agricultural Stewardship. She was first elected to the house in 1999. Read more about Carolyn Partridge
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The State Ag and Rural Leaders group was formed as a 501 c(3) non-profit in 2006 at the 5th Annual Legislative Ag Chairs Summit in Tempe, Arizona. The first Legislative Ag Chairs Summit was in Dallas in 2002.