Preventing Burnout

Preventing Burnout

In today’s fast-paced agricultural industry, burnout has become an increasingly prevalent concern. Join us for an interactive session designed to empower you with the knowledge and tools necessary to combat burnout effectively in the agricultural sector.

Kaitlyn Kitzan is a dedicated professional deeply connected to agriculture. Raised on a mixed farm near Yorkton, Saskatchewan, she remains actively engaged in her family’s grain and cattle operations. Holding a Bachelor of Science in Agri-business from the University of Saskatchewan.

Kaitlyn worked at Glacier FarmMedia as a marketing and communications coordinator before expanding her expertise with Discovery Farm, Ag in Motion, and Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show. In 2023, she launched her own consulting company, offering strategic solutions to organizations.

Passionate about community involvement, Kaitlyn dedicates her time to organizations like the Yorkton Exhibition Association and Ag in the Classroom, alongside supporting mental health initiatives like the Elias Giannoulis Memorial Hockey Tournament. She also actively contributes to Do More Ag, advocating for mental health awareness and support within the agricultural community.

In leadership roles, Kaitlyn serves as Director and Treasurer for the Wheat Growers Association and Saskatchewan Chair for Equal Voice. She co-founded Sask Girls United and represented Canadian agriculture internationally in China, Peru, and India.

Recognized for her contributions, Kaitlyn was nominated for the Young Women of Distinction award in Saskatchewan. With a relentless commitment to agriculture, community, and mental health advocacy, Kaitlyn continues to make a profound impact through her leadership and dedication.

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Kaitlyn Kitzan, The Do More Agriculture Foundation
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