Advisory Committee

The Agribusiness advisory committee is made up of local wine industry professionals, vineyard and winery owners and other respected members of the community.

Kirby Anderson, Winemaker
The Gainey Vineyard 

Norman Beko, Owner/Winemaker 
Cottonwood Canyon Winery 

Douglas Braun, President/Winemaker 
Presidio Winery 

Kelly Clark, Owner/Viticulture Consultant 
Coastal Vineyard Consultants

Greg Collins, Tasting Room Manager
Mosby Winery 

Lon Fletcher, V.P. Sales & Marketing
Hampton Farming Company 

Jeff Frey, Owner 
Frey Farming/Tapestry Vineyard 

Guillermo Guerra, Agribusiness Instructor
Ernest Righetti High School 

Seth Kunin, Winemaker
Central Coast Wine Services

Michael Larner, Owner/Operator 
Larner Vineyard

Ken Main, ROP North Director
North County ROP

Kathleen Marcks-Hardesty, Free Lance Wine Writer
AHC Enology/Vit. Advisory Board

Nicholas Miller, Advisory Committee Member

Eric Mosheni, Assistant Winemaker
Zaca Mesa Winery

Jeff Newton
Coastal Vineyard Care Associates

Randy Pace, Wine Industry Consultant
Wine Realty International 

Ardison Phillips, President
Mckeon-Phillips Winery

Marta Polly-Nichols, Owner
MPN Marketing

Steve Rasmussen, Consulting Winemaker/Co-Owner
Talley Vineyards

Eric Shiers, Advisory Committee Member

Kenneth Volk, Owner
Kenneth Volk Vineyards

Michael Walsh, Winegrower Consultant

Patrick Will, Vice President
Excellars Wine Agencies, Inc.

Signe Zollar, Owner
Zoller Wine Styling

Rodolfo Romero, Independent Contractor

James Ontiveros, Advisory Committee Member

Fred Brander, Advisory Committee Member

Kady Fleckenstein, Advisory Committee Member

Terry Jarrett, Advisory Committee Member

Terry Schaffer, Advisory Committee Member

John Beck, Advisory Committee Member

Amy Guerra, Advisory Committee Member

Christopher Helenius, Advisory Committee Member

Lynn Helenius, Advisory Committee Member

Michael Fay, Advisory Committee Member

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Allyson Noland

Allyson Noland
Agribusiness Student

"I chose to take classes here in the agribusiness program because I work in the wine industry and really feel that it's important to have as much knowledge as possible. My purpose in taking classes is just to educate myself so then I can hopefully go back to work and educate both my coworkers as well as customers that we have."
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