Morgan Green assumed the position as logistics coordinator in 2017. Green has experience in customer service and marketing, but her true passion is in logistics. She has degrees in international business and international studies from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and also studied at the Kedge Business School in Marseille, France.
“Morgan’s knowledge of business development on an international level made her an ideal candidate for an expanding manufacturer like Mirimichi Green,” Mirimichi Green COO Web Cowden said. “She has been a great asset so far and Mirimichi Green is lucky to have her on staff.”
“It is an amazing thing to work for a company that you can stand behind morally and to truly feel good about the work you do,” Green said. “It is also very inspiring to work with such an intelligent and passionate group of people. I am very excited to see how far Mirimichi Green will go and am thankful that I will be a part of the journey. I can’t wait to make the world a greener and more sustainable place.”
Moria Rooney assumed the position as marketing coordinator this month. Rooney has a degreein communication studies from the University of North Carolina Wilmington. She has a background in marketing and business development with a focus on managing social media platforms, developing marketing advertisements, building brand awareness and managing an online presence.
“We are very excited to bring Moria on board,” Mirimichi Green director of marketing & product management Alex Reynolds said. “She has valuable and fresh ideas and we know she will be a great asset to the Mirimichi Green team. We are looking forward to enhancing our marketing efforts with Moria’s contributions.”
“I take pride in using environmentally friendly products in my personal life, so I was ecstatic when asked to join the Mirimichi Green team,” Rooney said. “Our innovative, green products are the highest grade in the industry and are far beyond what competitors offer. We’re activating nature by making golf courses, parks and recreation facilities, and landscapes truly sustainable.”