Cassie Godwin

Account Executive

Positive, Reliable, Hardworking

Generations of people have watched Cinderella, the timeless story about a hardworking, kind woman down on her luck. They are drawn to her positive attitude and outlook on life no matter what situation she finds herself in throughout the movie. Cassie’s personality emulates Cinderella’s as she strives to always look for the good in every situation while working for the betterment of those around her.

She brings these noble qualities and many more to her work at Cultivate. As an account executive, Cassie serves as the point person between clients and the rest of the Cultivate team, connecting them to ensure each marketing plan implemented is a success. Day-to-day, Cassie manages social media accounts, writes content for various projects and maintains budgets for her clients. She thrives on the ability to help businesses and organizations in the agriculture industry grow by using her knowledge and skillset.

After being raised on a cow-calf operation in southwest Arkansas, Cassie attended Connors State College and Texas Tech University to obtain her degrees and judge livestock. Following graduation, with her adventurous nature leading the way, she moved across the country to work for the National Swine Registry. Through her job there, she met her other half, Kyle, and decided to make Indiana her home.

Cassie gets the itch to travel every now and then, even though she is often described as a homebody. When she does visit new places, she always does two things. First, she finds a piece of art – a painting, drawing, photo or sculpture – to display in her home so she can remember the trip. Second, she seeks out an antique shop. An old soul at heart, Cassie loves to scour antique shops – on trips or at home – for new-to-her treasures. She considers herself a collector after years of acquiring pieces of furniture and art.

When she is not working, Cassie can usually be found helping Kyle on his family’s row crop farm or teaching her nieces and nephews how to show livestock.