Aissa Good serves as associate director for the Center for Food and Agricultural Business and the Center for Commercial Agriculture in the Department of Agricultural Economics. In this role, she is responsible for identifying engagement opportunities, managing client and sponsor relationships, and designing and implementing professional development programs for farmers and agribusiness managers both domestically and overseas.
More specifically, Aissa cultivates client relationships and leads curriculum development in collaboration with client management and program faculty. Projects under her direction range from multi-session business management development programs to workshops enhancing key account management and market strategy planning skills of field sales and marketing personnel. She has worked with highly successful agribusiness firms and industry associations and understands the challenges that both small and large companies face in developing their future leaders.
Aissa holds a bachelor’s degree in agricultural business from Middle Tennessee State University. She and her husband have two boys, Blaine and Brecken, and she spends most of her spare time at athletic events and 4-H activities.