New additions to Dow AgroSciences IVM team
Dow AgroSciences announces four additions to its Industrial Vegetation Management (IVM) team: Casey Onstot has been named portfolio marketing leader; Matt Armson has been named product manager; Kianna Marzett has been named marketing communications manager; and Oracio Molina has been named sales specialist.
Onstot will transition into his new role as portfolio marketing leader for IVM from his previous position as national account sales leader, Mycogen Seeds and PhytoGen, which he has held since 2011. He began his career at Dow AgroSciences in 2006 as a sales representative in Nebraska. Onstot has also served as Costal Crops market research manager; Rice launch specialist; Tree Fruit, Nut & Vine launch specialist; and Seeds & Traits marketing leader. He is a graduate of Iowa State University with bachelor’s degrees in business management and agricultural studies.
Armson has accepted the role of IVM product manager, transitioning from his previous role as marketing communications manager for Insecticides, Telone and the Tree Fruit, Nut & Vine portfolios. He joined Dow AgroSciences in March 2012 as a Northern Crops sales trainee, bringing with him four years of sales and marketing experience in the research tools industry, and has held various commercial roles in Dow AgroSciences’ U.S. Regional Commercial Unit. Armson has a bachelor’s degree in genetics and a master’s degree in biotechnology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Marzett will become the new IVM marketing communications manager, having previously held the position of sales representative for the Coastal Crops Southeast District. She joined Dow AgroSciences in 2011 as a Mycogen Seeds sales trainee. Marzett holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Howard University and a master’s in human resource management from Strayer University.
Molina has been named IVM and forestry sales specialist, covering Texas and Louisiana. He began with Dow AgroSciences as a sales trainee in the company’s Western District. Molina is a recent graduate of the University of Florida with a bachelor’s degree in history.