New faces and roles at Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition

20-03-2015 | |
New faces and roles at Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition

Animal nutrition company Arm & Hammer has announced several new additions to its leadership, marketing and sales teams, as well as new roles for current team members.

Earlier this year, parent company of Arm & Hammer, Church & Dwight acquired Vi-COR, a world-class manufacturer of fermented yeast-based feed ingredients and Refined Functional Carbohydrates (RFC) for a variety of animal species. All Vi-COR products are now part of theĀ Arm & Hammer family of brands. The result is a positive development for both entities and their shared global objectives.

“In addition to adding to our product portfolio, we added significant resources to our sales, marketing, research & development and technology teams,” says Scott Druker, director of Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition.

Arm & Hammer has expanded its team to include the following individuals:


  • Sangita Jalukar, Ph.D., Product Development and Research Coordinator


  • Roger Beers, Global Business Manager
  • Heidi Marzen, International Marketing Manager

Technical Services

  • Neil Michael, DVM, Global Tech Services Manager
  • Jeff Weyers, Ph.D., Technical Services
  • Rippe, DVM, Technical Services Manager
  • Julio Correal, Milk to the Max Specialist

Channel Sales

  • Mark Herrman, North Central Channel Manager
  • Mark Martinez, South Central Channel Sales Manager

Enterprise Sales

  • Steve Rosa, Enterprise Sales, West
  • Sam Sullivan, Enterprise Sales, South Central
  • Chris Sorenson, Enterprise Sales, North Central

International Team

  • Dave Sou, Northeast Asia Business Manager
  • Maggie Chuang, Southeast Asia Business Manager
  • Cherry Huang, Southeast Asia Assistant Marketing Manager
  • Ajeet Bishnoi, MVSc, MS, South East Asia, Middle East & Africa Business Manager
  • Mateti Sreenivas, Sales Manager, South IndiaBo Hansen, Europe Business Manager
  • Zied Maalaoui, Northwest Africa & Middle East Sales Manager

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