40 Under 40, Class of 2019

Julie Ann Bolyard


Appalachian Orchard Company

Job Title

Chief Financial Officer


Born and raised in almost heaven West Virginia, Bolyard is a fourth generation fruit grower. A graduate of West Virginia University, she holds dual roles as food safety plan administrator and CFO at Appalachian Orchard Company. Family owned and operated, the 550-acre orchard grows apples, peaches, plums and cherries. Bolyard is innovative and tech savvy; she enjoys incorporating new technology into the apple growing, packing and shipping operations.

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