Michelle Catoni Promoted to Soil Conservationist in San Sebastián
The NRCS San Sebastián Field Office welcomes staff member, Michelle Catoni, to her new position as Soil Conservationist. “It is with great pleasure that I share with all of you the selection of Michelle Catoni for the Soil Conservationist position in San Sebastián. She starts on her new role on November 3rd,” said NRCS Caribbean Area Director, Edwin Almodóvar.
Michelle was born in Arecibo, PR. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Agronomy from the University of Puerto Rico - Mayagüez and an MBA in Human Resources from the Metropolitan University of Aguadilla. Michelle has a solid agriculture background – working a couple years on a farm and as an administrative assistant for the Pedro Torrado company, which sells irrigation systems and agricultural machinery.
Michelle joined the USDA family in October, 2007, when she began working with FSA as Program Assistant at the Arecibo field office. In September of 2010 Michelle joined NRCS as a Soil Conservation Technician in the San Sebastián Field Office. Please join us in welcoming Michelle to her new role as Soil Conservationist in the San Sebastián Field Office!