Dr. Tyler Koschnick and Sam Barrick have been promoted to new leadership positions at SePRO Corporation, a research-based life science company located in Carmel, IN.
SePRO manufactures Brake herbicide, which has received a Section 18 for use in certain Cotton Belt states for management of glyphosate resistant Palmer amaranth, or pigweed.
Koschnick is now Vice President, Sales and Research for the company, and is now responsible for leading SePRO’s national Sales and Research organization. He joined SePRO in 1995 in sales, and, after earning a Ph.D. from the University of Florida, returned to lead the company’s Research and Regulatory division.
Barrick, now Vice President of Marketing, will be responsible for leading SePRO’s marketing efforts and branding of the company’s entire solutions portfolio.
In addition, Troy Bettner, SePRO’s Director of Turf and Ornamental business, will be the company’s new Director of Business Development, focused on identifying and developing new domestic and international markets and product opportunities.
“SePRO is excited to announce these promotions and organizational changes as we move forward as a solutions-focused organization that is better aligned to meet our customers’ needs,” said William Culpepper, president and CEO of SePRO. “With the expertise these men have developed through their years of service to SePRO and the specialty chemical industry, these new leadership roles will allow our company to provide even higher quality solutions to the market.”
Source – SePRO Corporation