Imagine a talk show host mixed with an Agricultural economist with a healthy dose of comedian.  That’s Damian Mason.

Damian delivers crisp, current, Ag commentary intersected with humor.  His positive, hilarious, straight talk resonates with Ag audiences from across the spectrum.

In addition to speaking at Ag meetings, Damian produces and hosts his own – “The Business of Agriculture” podcast and the “Do Business Better” podcast.  He hosts the “Cutting the Curve” Podcast with He is the author of multiple books. His two most recent are: “Do Business Better” and “Food Fear”. He’s also extremely active on social media, Fox News, NewsMax and Cheddar News spreading information and dispelling misinformation about the world’s most important industry: Agriculture.

Damian’s clients cover every space on the table – from corn to cranberries, cotton to cattle, canned food to canola. He’s spoken in all 50 U.S. states, 5 Canadian provinces, and 7 foreign countries.

Damian was raised on a dairy farm, owns and manages 300 acres of farm and timber land, and has a degree in Agricultural Economics from Purdue University.  He also studied comedy writing and improvisation at The Second City–Chicago.  When Damian isn’t on an airplane or stage, he lives with his wife, Lori, and their dogs, Jack and Rosa. They split time between their farm in Indiana and a winter home in Arizona.

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Gregg brings an unparalleled global perspective and economic expertise to the team. He works closely with members of the Executive Intelligence Network (EIN) and plays a major role in the development of its thought leadership priorities. Prior to joining Aimpoint Research, Gregg served in the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative as Chief Agricultural Negotiator with the rank of U.S. Ambassador. He was one of the primary architects of the U.S.-China “Phase One” trade agreement.

Gregg has previously served as President of the Commodity Markets Council, the leading trade association for commodity futures exchanges and their industry counterparts, where he worked to lead the industry in addressing global market and risk management issues. As a senior staff member of the Senate Agriculture Committee, Doud helped craft the 2012 Senate Farm Bill working on international trade, food aid, livestock, and oversight of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. Doud served as Chief Economist for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association for eight years and is a former market analyst for the U.S. Wheat Associates.

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