Contact: Karren Jeske, APR
262-495-6382 or 262-370-2092 (mobile)
For Immediate Release
PALMYRA, Wis. (October 31, 2011)—Standard Process Inc. announces the recent hiring of Daniel Gahl, Marsha Miller-Dillman, Ryan Moyse, and Kaustubh Zoal.
Gahl, of Beloit, joins Standard Process as a microbiologist. He earned his bachelor’s degree in cell biology and physiology from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in 2011. As a member of Standard Process’ quality control department, Gahl will help ensure the company’s whole food supplements meet and exceed the Good Manufacturing Practices for dietary supplements that are enforced by the Food and Drug Administration.
Miller-Dillman, of Eagle, is the new medical segment manager for Standard Process. In her new role, she is responsible for building Standard Process’ relationships with medical doctors who are interested in using the whole food supplements in their practices. Prior to joining Standard Process, Miller-Dillman gained sales and marketing experience working for global companies, including Sara Lee Corporation and Solo Cup Company. Miller-Dillman is a 1990 graduate of Ohio’s Kent State University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in advertising.
Moyse, of Whitewater, is Standard Process’ new safety manger. Responsible for ensuring the company exceeds all federal and state safety and health regulations, Moyse will also work on reducing the risk of injury for all Standard Process employees through job hazard analysis. He will serve as a member of the company’s internal HAZMAT team. Moyse graduated in 2004 from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater with a bachelor’s degree in occupational safety and environmental health. Previously, Moyse was a safety and environmental specialist with Everbrite in Greenfield, Wis.
Zoal, of Sun Prairie, joins Standard Process as a website applications developer. As a member of the company’s information technology department, Zoal will maintain existing infrastructure as well as develop and implement new applications to support internal and public websites. Before working for Standard Process, Zoal, who has a master’s degree in computer management from the Institute of Management, Education, Research & Training in Pune, India, was a software professional with Trek Bicycle Corporation at its Waterloo, Wis. location.
For more than 80 years, Standard Process has manufactured whole food supplements that provide specific, nutritional support for the body. The company grows many of its ingredients on its own certified organic farm, which is located near its company headquarters in Palmyra, Wis.
For more information about career opportunities at Standard Process, please visit standardprocess.com/display/careers.spi.