Christine Clay was Appointed as Vice President of Talent at Plenty

Date of management change: December 15, 2019 

What Happened?

South San Francisco, CA-based Plenty Appointed Christine Clay as Vice President of Talent


About the Company

Plenty is a new kind of farm for a new kind of world. We`re on a mission to bring fresh, local produce to communities everywhere in a way that`s better for the environment. Our local field-scale indoor farms are creating a healthier, more delicious and sustainable future. The world is in dire need of rapid innovation in order to feed the 7+ billion humans on Earth without continuing to destroy it, and Plenty is here to deliver! Our vertical farms use 99% less water than conventional fields, are pesticide-free, and produce zero fertilizer runoff. And since our farms are local, we cut thousands of miles out of the supply chain, reducing tons of emissions. Fortunately, the most powerful trends occurring in technology today create the opportunity to address agriculture`s biggest challenges. The amalgamation of crop science, artificial intelligence, big data and the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT), coupled with falling energy prices and the availability of increasingly efficient LED lighting create the opportunity to completely overhaul how the world grows produce. Plenty`s produce is always seasonal and more flavorful than anything you can find on the market today. We`re creating a healthier, more delicious and more sustainable future for the world. Join us!


About the Person

Christine Clay is Vice President of Talent at Plenty. Previously, Christine held various senior HR leadership roles in the industry.


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