USGC Welcomes Economics And Ethanol Graduate Fellow In Washington

Candice Wilson
Candice Wilson

Please join the U.S. Grains Council (USGC) in welcoming the newest member of its Washington, D.C.-based staff, Candice Wilson, as graduate fellow in economics and ethanol. 

In this role, Wilson will work with Mike Dwyer, USGC chief economist, and other Council staff on a variety of economic analysis projects ranging from ethanol research to analysis of global supply and demand for coarse grains and products. 

“We are thrilled Candice is joining the Council as a graduate fellow,” Dwyer said. “She has both the academic background and the real work experience in trade policy to tackle ethanol trade policy by working with Council staff and our main ethanol partners.” 

Prior to joining the Council, Wilson completed both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in agricultural economics at Kansas State University. Additionally, she worked as an international intern with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) in Brussels, Belgium.

Her one-year appointment as graduate fellow in economics and ethanol at the Council is funded with support from Kansas Corn. 

Welcome, Candice!