Pearls and Pork Angie Krieger
Angie Krieger has a degree in animal science, a law degree and a long career in meat processing. She is the vice president of domestic marketing for the National Pork Board.

Bio for Angie Krieger

Angie Krieger is the vice president of domestic marketing for the National Pork Board. She is responsible for building relationships with all segments of the pork packing and processing community in order to ensure NPB’s product marketing, issues management, education, and research initiatives are aligned with packer and processor priorities.

Before joining the National Pork Board staff in 2017, Krieger was the director of animal welfare at JBS Live Pork. While there, she developed and administered a comprehensive animal welfare program crossing seven states. She also served as a liaison with the National Pork Board on Common Swine Industry Audit information, including participating in the Industry Audit Task Force.

Prior to working at JBS, Krieger worked at Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation from 2001- 2015. She served as a lawyer providing advice on issues including product sale and purchasing agreements and then accepted a role in the pork business as a strategic account manager in hog procurement. In 2011, Krieger was named a regional supply team leader, where she led a team of six hog supply managers. Krieger’s experiences at Cargill, and then JBS, have touched every aspect of the pork supply chain, from farm to fork.

Krieger graduated from University of Nebraska with a juris doctor degree in law and from Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in animal science.

Krieger resides in Coralville, IA with her four children.