Standard Process adds 3 to staff
Standard Process, a whole food supplement manufacturer located in Palmyra, announces these new employee hires:
--Doug Bailey, Elkhorn, is the new compliance education specialist in the professional development department. In his new role, Bailey will be responsible for designing and implementing professional educational programs for the company's customer base of health care professionals. He earned a bachelor's degree in biology and a master's degree in natural resources from UW-Stevens Point.
--Brian Cramer of Fort Atkinson is the company's new second shift supervisor. Cramer will oversee the plant and Standard Process certified organic farm production activities conducted on second shift. He will ensure the activities meet manufacturing and efficiency standards. Cramer earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in operations management from UW-Whitewater in 2006.
--Bryn MacGillivray of Elkhorn joined Standard Process as its food service manager, where she will oversee the operations of a new whole food court at the company's headquarters. The whole food court provides employees with healthy, organic breakfast, lunch and snack options. MacGillivray earned the ServSafe Food Protection Manager certification through the American National Standards Institute and has 11 years of experience in the food service industry.