The National Animal Supplement Council (NASC) is welcoming Miriam Johnson to the role of compliance specialist. In this position, Johnson will undertake a variety of tasks including new member onboarding, label trainings, website reviews, NAERS monitoring and day-to-day member support.
Before joining the NASC team, Johnson served in multiple roles in both compliance and inspection with the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Service’s Animal Feed Program. She also voluntarily participated in committee work for the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO), including committee chair roles on the Feed Labeling Committee and the Inspection and Sampling Committee.
Johnson launched her career in the commercial swine division of Murphy-Brown, a division of Smithfield Foods, where she supervised farrowing house operations and served as assistant farm manager before transitioning to regulatory work in 2006.
“Miriam Johnson possesses unique expertise and well-rounded experience that make her a natural fit with the NASC Compliance Team,” said Bill Bookout, NASC president and board chair. “As NASC membership continues to grow, our Compliance Team strives to provide members with the outstanding support they deserve and adding Miriam to the team will help us accomplish this goal.”
Johnson is a graduate of North Carolina State University, where she earned her BS in animal science with minors in nutrition and agricultural business management. She is currently completing coursework to earn her Master’s Certificate in feed mill science at North Carolina State University.
Johnson's first day on the job was Monday, July 17.