Ailie Elmore

Ailie Elmore is an academic instructor in the Department of Agricultural and Consumer Economics (ACE) at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. She teaches courses in farm management, investment planning, personal finance, small business finance, and sales. Ailie grew up on a grain farming operation in Montgomery County, Illinois and continues to work alongside her father and brother. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural and Consumer Economics and her Master of Science degree in Agricultural and Applied Economics from the Department of ACE where she specialized in finance. Ailie is passionate about commercial agriculture and its intersection with finance and educating the next generation of professionals in this space.

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Strategies and Tools to Mitigate Agricultural Risk (Coursera)

Learners will examine risk management strategies for crop production, discuss techniques and programs to mitigate financial risk, and describe the types of rental agreements for agricultural land use. Learners will also explore traditional and innovative risk management strategies used in agricultural food production. [...]

Risks to Crop Production in Agriculture (Coursera)

Learners will be able to describe the crop production cycles of agriculture for annual and permanent crops, explain the financial characteristics and risks of food production, discuss the various types of land ownership and rental agreements for the use of agricultural land, and describe personal, external, and food production [...]

Supply Chain of Agriculture (Coursera)

Learners will be introduced to the production and distribution of agricultural commodities and food products. Topics will cover the full range of the agriculture supply chain, from pre-farm to the consumer, to provide students with a better understanding and appreciation for where and how crops and livestock are produced, [...]

Issues in Supply Chain Management (Coursera)

Learners in this course will examine global trade agreements -- including policies, barriers, and regulations -- of agricultural commodities, and discuss implications of world and economic disruptions on the food supply chain. Throughout this course, learners will also discuss issues of sustainability, technology, and the environment as it [...]