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Indoor Ag Conversations & Greenhouse Grower Present: Women in Agriculture

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Sep 16, 2020 12:57 PM

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Speakers

Corinne Wilder
Vice President of Global Commercial Operations @Fluence by OSRAM
Before she was vice president of global commercial operations at Fluence—even before she was a marine biologist—Corinne Wilder was an explorer. Corinne has spent her career fusing her childhood love for science with the rigors of international business development. Today, Corinne serves as the vice president of global commercial operations and is responsible for presenting sales reports and analytics for internal operations, heading the company’s utility rebates and incentives program, and directing internal processes to meet strategic goals for the cannabis and commercial food markets.
Erika Summers
Sales Engineer @LMS Building Systems
Erika Summers is sales engineer for LMS Building Systems, a Trane franchise office, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Erika is a graduate of the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology. She has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and previous experience in both the automotive industry and CEA engineering. Erika has a deep passion for CEA and tackling airflow and humidity mitigation problems in the industry. She is an avid supporter of holistic plant-based diets and local food production.
Amy Samples
Director of Community Outreach & People Programs @AppHarvest
Amy Samples, a Kentucky native, brings years of specialized experience and enthusiasm to the AppHarvest team. Her focus with the company includes community partnerships and educational programs. Prior to joining AppHarvest, Amy provided operations management for a regional land trust in Kentucky and she spent several years with The Nature Conservancy. In support of university extension, Amy has also provided community planning outreach and research coordination. Amy holds a master's degree from the University of Michigan School of Natural Resources and Environment and a bachelor's degree from Clemson University.