Frisco-based Ever.Ag Adds Ex-General Mills Exec to Board of Directors 

Former General Mills executive John Church joins the AgTech an independent member to its board of directors.

Ever.Ag, a Frisco-based AgTech supply chain software and financial services company, announced that it has added former General Mills executive John Church as an independent member to its board of directors.

“John has a deep understanding of the agricultural supply chain and how key stakeholders, including cooperatives, producers, and CPGs, can work together successfully. He is a tremendous addition to the team,” Ever.Ag CEO Scott Sexton said in a statement.

Church retired from General Mills, a U.S. multinational manufacturer and marketer of branded consumer foods, after more than 33 years with the company. He held multiple executive leadership positions, including chief transformation and enterprise services officer and executive vice president of supply chain, reporting to its CEO for over a decade.

Church was instrumental in that company’s transformative supply chain and Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) initiatives, leading several large-scale transformation efforts centering around sustainability, global impact, and food security.

“Ever.Ag’s innovative technology unlocks opportunities for environmentally responsible and profitable food production,” Church said. “As we continue to develop new ways to protect our planet, I look forward to working with an incredible organization that has been enabling these efforts for over three decades.”

Go here for more DI People news.

You’ll find a roundup of innovators to know in North Texas. DI People includes hires, leadership moves, and accolades. Send us your news here.

Get on the list.
Dallas Innovates, every day.

Sign up to keep your eye on what’s new and next in Dallas-Fort Worth, every day.

One quick signup, and you’re done.
View previous emails.

R E A D   N E X T