Dümmen Orange Adds North American Manager for Potted Crops
Dümmen Orange has hired Sarah Brackman as the company’s new North American product manager for potted crops.
In this role, Brackman will develop and implement a regional plan for potted crops, help drive product innovation including product launches and portfolio management, according to a news release from the company.
“Sarah has 25 years of well-rounded, industry experience from grower managing to technical support,” said Nathan Sell, managing director of annuals, perennials and potted plants for Dümmen Orange North America. “Her strong presentation skills and deep understanding of launching a product line are some of the reasons why we are thrilled to have her join our team.”
Prior to joining Dümmen Orange, Brackman gained extensive knowledge and horticulture expertise working eight years as a technical sales representative in the Pacific Northwest for BioSafe Systems, according to the news release. She also has served as a greenhouse manager, grower and propagator for various greenhouse operations in the Northwest. Brackman earned her Bachelor’s degree in horticulture from Michigan State University. While a student there, she served as a greenhouse technician assistant for MSU.
Current professional affiliations for Brackman include serving as an executive board member with the International Plant Propagator Society for the state of Washington.
For more information about Dümmen Orange, visit na.dummenorange.com.