Syngenta Adds Horticulturist Amy Briggs-Macha To Technical Services Team
Syngenta Flowers, Inc. has hired Amy Briggs-Macha as a new technical services representative for U.S.-based customers. Briggs-Macha will focus exclusively on seed-propagated crops as part of the Syngenta Flowers Technical Services team.
“We are extremely pleased to welcome Amy to the Syngenta team,” says Brian Corr, head of technical services for Syngenta Flowers. “Amy’s impressive knowledge of greenhouse production, propagation and plant research will make her a valuable resource for our customers. She has practical, hands-on experience growing almost every product class we offer and knows how to effectively share that knowledge.”
Briggs-Macha brings more than 16 years of experience in horticulture to her position. She previously worked for Tagawa Greenhouses as a production manager in Brighton, Colo., for 12 years. Prior to that position, she held the title of specialty cut-flower grower for Kitayama Brothers Greenhouses, also in Brighton, Colo.
Briggs-Macha received her Bachelor of Science degree in horticulture from Colorado State University, where she also worked as a greenhouse assistant for the Plant Environmental Research Center.