BHN adds four new hires
Jun. 6, 2014
Rita Abi-Ghanemcomes to BHN with a Ph.D. in Soil Sciences, a M.Sc. in Plant Protection, and a B.Sc. in Agricultural Engineering. Rita has extensive knowledge of both soil and plant sciences. She has collaborated on numerous high-impact projects, including a United Nations-Biodiversity program evaluating foliar and seed-borne diseases on wheat and barley landraces in Lebanon. Shewas awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to conduct research at Washington State University (WSU) on disease models for late blight on potatoes. As principal trainer for WSU, she also educated Iraqi scientists in agricultural methods and soil ecology through sessions held in Egypt, Syria, and Jordan. As the Associate Director of Research, Rita helps BHN obtain more research trials on BHN’s products, and expand our knowledge of the potential of BHN products with Micro Carbon Technology®.
Johann Buck comes to BHN with a Ph.D. in Plant Science,a M.S. in Plant Science, and a B.S. in Agronomy. Johann has experience as a Technical Services Manager and over 2 years as a Horticulture Specialist. Johann is specialized in controlled environment agriculture, greenhouse and nursery crop production, hydroponic systems, plant measurement technology. As the HUMA GRO®Business Development and Regional Sales Manager, Johann helps BHN with domestic sales and business growth.
Scott Jackson brings over 20 years experience in sales and marketing to BHN. Scott’s education includes an MBA and B.S. in Marketing. He has a track record of exceeding sales goals, and is experienced in planning, administration and analysis of market research projects.As the Marketing Director, Scott helps BHN with marketing efforts and finding distributor leads.
BHN’s new Receptionist, Amanda Boyd, brings a variety of communication and organizational skills to BHN. Amanda helps greet BHN’s visitors and answer calls with her excellent interpersonal communication skills and customer service. Amanda also helps BHNwith administrative tasks and projects.
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