AB Vista welcomes Sevarolli as marketing manager

Sevarolli will lead the AB Vista marketing strategies for monogastrics and ruminants.

May 23, 2023

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AB Vista welcomes Sevarolli as marketing manager

AB Vista is pleased to announce the addition of Ana Sevarolli as the new marketing manager for North America. Sevarolli will lead the AB Vista marketing strategies for monogastrics and ruminants.

She earned a master’s degree in monogastric nutrition at North Carolina State University, a master’s degree in agribusiness at the University of Florida and a bachelor’s degree in veterinary medicine at Sao Paulo State University. Prior to joining AB Vista, Sevarolli spent eight years at animal health and nutrition companies as a supply chain specialist and other various commercial and marketing roles focused on top swine and broiler integrators and gut health additive products.

“As AB Vista continues to provide leading products and services to the monogastric and ruminant sectors, we are thrilled to welcome someone whose sole focus is on marketing strategies and building product campaigns,” said Dr. Pete Wilcock, regional director at AB Vista. “Ana brings a wealth of knowledge, experience and technical expertise that will help AB Vista launch new awareness and product opportunities within the animal nutrition sector.”

In Sevarolli’s spare time, she enjoys spending quality time with her family and little girl. When time and opportunity allow, she enjoys running and traveling the world. Her list of countries visited is currently at 50 and counting. Sevarolli will be based at home in Cary, North Carolina.

AB Vista is an animal nutrition technology company offering pioneering products and technical services to the global animal feed industry. The company invests heavily in research and development and has a growing portfolio of products and services spanning the poultry, swine, ruminant and aquaculture sectors. AB Vista is headquartered in the UK, with regional offices located in the U.S. Brazil, Singapore, Spain, India, China, Germany and Finland.

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