BCfresh adds Dawn Gray to its board

Produce industry veteran Dawn Gray is joining the board of directors of BCfresh. With 40 years in the global produce industry, she has worked with companies across the supply chain to increase sales, reduce market and operational costs, and move forward with cost-effective, targeted marketing plans.

 

Murray Driediger, president and CEO for BCfresh noted that “we are celebrating our one-year anniversary in our new 55,000 square foot distribution facility and are well positioned for future growth. Adding a talent of Dawn’s caliber to our board is the next step as we continue to expand and grow our fresh produce business.”

 

This past year, Gray was honoured by the Produce Marketing Association’s (PMA) Center for Growing Talent with the first Women’s Catalyst Award. “Winning this meant a great deal to me,” Gray stated.” I look forward to having a similarly positive impact at BCfresh.”

 

Source: BCfresh April 30, 2019 news release.

 

 

Publish date: 
Wednesday, May 1, 2019

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