Finck oversees all Farm Journal franchises including magazines, websites, digital offerings, events and broadcast programs as well as data and human resources functions of the company. She served for a decade as the ninth editor of Farm Journal magazine before moving into the company’s executive team, and founded the Farm Journal Test Plots program, which independently tests production practices, equipment and technology on U.S. farms. Under her leadership, the company launched the Farm Journal Legacy Project, an advocacy effort helping farm families transfer wealth and leadership to the next generation. Finck joined Farm Journal in 1989, as machinery editor after serving on the staff of Successful Farming magazine. An agricultural journalism graduate of the University of Missouri, she grew up on a Missouri crop and livestock farm, which is still active as a family operation today. She has been recognized as the American Agricultural Editors’ Association “Writer of the Year,” has won the Citation of Merit from the University of Missouri Alumni Association and honored as a corporate visionary by the FOLIO Top Women in Media. Finck serves as president of the Farm Journal Foundation, is a member of the AEM Sustainability Task Force, Farm Foundation Board of Directors and the National FFA Foundation Board of Trustees.