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Horticulture Interview Series

Women in Horticulture Interview Series

Introducing the NEW Women in Horticulture Interview Series

AmericanHort is pleased to present an educational and inspirational interview series with accomplished women from the green industry. Hear their stories of accomplishment, challenges overcome as they’ve navigated their career that will provide you inspiration and encouragement.

Here are the upcoming interviews:

October

Wednesday, October 21, 2 PM, ET - Cari Peters of JR Peters

Cari Peters is proud to be following in her father and grandfather’s footsteps as the third generation of the Peters at the J.R. Peters company where she currently serves as Vice President.

Learn more about Cari Peters

Here are past interviews:

SeptemberRachel Gooder Cresco Greenhouse, Plantpeddler Wholesale and Plantpeddler Young Plant operations
View Rachel Gooder Webinar


AugustValérie Berger, Co-CEO and current third generation of the Berger family and company
View Valérie Berger Webinar


JuneJennifer Moss, owner and director of sales and marketing at Moss Greenhouses in Jerome, Idaho and named to the GPN 40 under 40 Class of 2020
View Jennifer Moss webinar
View Jennifer’s List of Top Inspirations


MayKathy Fediw, interior plantscape consultant, author, trainer, speaker, and 2020 AmericanHort Interior Plantscape Hall of Fame honoree
View Kathy Fediw webinar


April - Susie Raker-Zimmerman, Vice President of Raker Roberta’s Young Plants, and AmericanHort Chairwoman of the Board
View Susie Raker-Zimmerman webinar

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