Central Life Sciences, whose founders invented insect growth regulator technology more than 35 years ago, today announced the promotions of Mark Taylor and Nancy Stratinsky. Each will assume heightened responsibilities to fuel the growth within two professional products markets of Central Life Sciences.
Mark Taylor, previously a business manager at Central Life Sciences, has been promoted to director of marketing and will be responsible for overseeing the Professional Agriculture and the Farm and Ranch divisions. Taylor’s previous efforts in product and market development resulted in significant increases in feed-through cattle product sales. Moving forward, Taylor will direct the overall marketing strategy and product innovation initiatives for these two segments.
Nancy Stratinsky, previously manager of marketing communications, has been promoted to brand manager of the Starbar division and will report to Mark Taylor. Her insight and expertise will improve customer penetration of the company’s integrated pest management strategy, specifically in key dairy, swine and poultry markets. Stratinsky has established a successful history of targeted marketing communications campaigns as well as directed effective advertising and promotional strategies within the industry.
“Mark and Nancy have contributed heavily throughout the years to ensure the success of our professional products divisions and have been integral parts of the team,” said Scott Boutilier, vice president of Professional Products for Central Life Sciences. “Their vast industry experience and in-depth understanding of each market will propel these divisions to new heights, and we look forward to continuing to provide our customers with effective pest control solutions.”
About Central Life Sciences
Central Life Sciences is a strategic business unit of Central Garden & Pet
(NASDAQ: CENT). Central Life Sciences is dedicated to creating healthier environments and making life better for people, plants and companion animals around the world. As inventors of insect growth regulator technology more than 35 years ago, Central Life Sciences pioneered biorational pest control: using the insect’s chemistry as a means to reduce pest populations. For information about Central Life Sciences call 1-800-248-7763 or visit online at http://www.centrallifesciences.com/