Dr. Steve Goll Named as an AMSA Fellow and 2019 Signal Service Award Winner

Jun 06, 2019

Dr. Steve Goll named as an AMSA Fellow and 2019 signal service Award Winner

AMSA announces that Dr. Steve Goll is a recipient of the 2019 AMSA Signal Service Award. The AMSA Signal Service Award was established in 1956 and is given to members in recognition of devoted service and lasting contributions to the meat industry and to the association. The Signal Service Award is sponsored by Cargill, Elanco Animal Health and Johnsonville, LLC. Dr. Goll will be honored on Tuesday, June 25, 2019 at a special awards banquet at the AMSA 72nd Reciprocal Meat Conference in Loveland, Colorado.

Dr. Goll is well known for being a Research and Development leader of people, projects and programs with the nation’s largest food companies. He possesses a solid technical background and advanced technical degrees with cross-functional expertise and a proven track record of successful development and commercialization of new products.

Dr. Goll holds six patents related to the development of Lunchables and Claussen Pickles.  He is also a strategic planner with breakthrough-style thinking for the Operations, Technology and Procurement disciplines. 

Dr. Steve Goll has extensive experience in developing and leading high functioning teams with significant business impacts. In addition, he is an Adjunct Professor at Kansas State University and University of Nebraska, as well as an Alumni Fellow at Kansas State University.

In addition to Steve’s scientific and technical accomplishments he has made significant contributions to the American Meat Science Association.  From his days as a student member to his tenure on the Board of Directors to serving as President; he has served AMSA well.

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