SAINT JOSEPH, MO. — Cloverleaf Animal Welfare Systems announced two recent leadership appointments as part of its global expansion efforts. Lauren Davis was promoted to president of the company, and Jamee Eggers was named the new chief operating officer.

Davis, who has been with Cloverleaf since its inception, will continue to co-lead the company alongside Jason McAlister, chief executive officer.

Eggers brings 15 years of experience in livestock production and animal welfare to her new role.

“As we persist in expanding our presence across global markets, Jamee’s expertise and passion promise to be pivotal in steering our organization towards greater innovation and scale,” McAlister said, adding, “Well known in the industry, Jamee brings a wealth of knowledge to the team, her commitment to customer solutions promises to deliver the common sense results the market is seeking.”

Most recently, Eggers served as the producer education director at the Iowa Pork Producers Association, where she oversaw producer-driven programs in the areas of swine production, health and well-being. Previously, she served on the National Pork Board as animal welfare manager, leading the technical content for quality assurance programs, scientific animal welfare research and a producer-led task force for common swine industry audit.

Eggers is a Professional Animal Auditor Certification Organization (PAACO) foundation auditor and holds several animal welfare certifications within the law enforcement community. Additionally, she has produced meaningful results for livestock and food producers of all sizes with Rafter J Consulting.