Seminis Americas leadership changing
July 25, 2008 By Fruit & Vegetable
July 25, 2008 – As a result of continued growth, Seminis, a vegetable
seed division of Monsanto, announces two changes to its leadership team
for the Americas region.
July 25, 2008 – As a result of continued growth, Seminis, a vegetable seed division of Monsanto, announces two changes to its leadership team for the Americas region.
Glenn Stith, the current vice president of the Americas, has accepted the role of Seminis business lead, overseeing the three Seminis commercial regions: the Americas, Asia Pacific and Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Stith will be responsible for leading the overall development and implementation of global commercial growth strategies and plans for the Seminis open field business. Additionally, Stith will continue to focus on developing Seminis’ commercial capabilities, functional expertise and people leadership, globally.
Assuming the role of vice president of the Americas is Sebastian Langbehn. Currently the Seminis NAFTA commercial lead, Langbehn will now be responsible for the Seminis commercial business in North and South America.
Prior to his role in NAFTA, Langbehn served as general manager of Seminis Argentina and Seminis Brazil, as well as Seminis sales director for South America in Chile.
Leadership changes will take effect this summer.
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