Everris reshuffles sales personnel

February 12, 2014 -  By
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Everris’ sales division underwent some internal shifts with the hiring of Nicole Hastings as a sales agronomist and the departure of Jocelyn Deneen from territory manager for a new position at ICL, the parent company of Everris.

A former Everris intern, Hastings now belongs to Everris’ agriculture team serving the western region. As a sales agronomist, Hastings will focus on growing the company’s business in California’s Central Valley and other areas in the western region.

She earned an associate’s degree in biological and physical science from Citrus College in Glendora, Calif, and, most recently, earned a Bachelor of Science in plant science from California Polytechnic State University in Pomona, Calif.

“Nicole comes to us with an ideal background for her new position,” said Joe Micco, Everris western region manager for the U.S. and Canada. “She’s completed courses in the fields of soil and plant fertility, as well as agronomic principles. While attending college, Nicole worked as a grower and salesperson, giving her valuable insight into the very customers we serve. I have no doubt she’ll be a great addition to our team in the western region.”

On the other side of the country, Deneen now will serve as a member of ICL’s marketing and sales team. As a result of her departure, the company is restructuring two existing sales territories.

Territory Manager Sharon Warschauer will take over Deneen’s previous territory in New England while maintaining her current territory, which includes the states of Maryland, Delaware, the District of Columbia, New Jersey, New York and Eastern Pennsylvania. Territory Manager Don Furterer now will represent Everris in Western Pennsylvania, which was previously part of Warschauer’s territory.

“The new position with ICL is a tremendous opportunity for Jocelyn, and we wish her all the best,” said Craig Whatley, Everris’ eastern region manager. “I know that Sharon and Don are well-equipped with the knowledge and skills to effectively cover their newly expanded territories, and we look forward to continued success in the eastern region.”

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