As a fourth generation agriculturalist, Kim Reddin is passionate about her roots. In her youth, she was actively involved in a small family purebred cattle operation. Her family also raised grain and hay crops. Kim earned her bachelor’s degree in Animal Science and Agribusiness at the University of Wyoming. After college, she spent ten years working in the field of human resources, mostly as a recruiter. She also held a dual role in sales and marketing for five of those years. Today, she combines her layers of experience to develop promotional and educational materials for the National Onion Association. Kim recently launched a blog under the pen name Onionista. You can follow her blog at www.onions-usa.org/onionista or on Twitter @Onionista.
National Onion Association
The National Onion Association is the official organization representing growers,
shippers, brokers and commercial representatives of the U.S. onion industry. For recipes, information and more visit www.onions-usa.org.