Jodie Morgan named CEO of GreenMantra Technologies

Mike Edwards   

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Jodie Morgan

Brantford, ON-based GreenMantra Technologies, a clean technology company that produces high-value polymer products from waste plastics, has named Jodie Morgan as its new chief executive officer.

Morgan brings strong experience growing specialty chemicals, green technology and other high-value additive businesses to her new role at GreenMantra. She previously served as president of Pinova Inc., a leading global supplier of renewable rosin and polyterpene resin innovations, Solazyme Roquette Nutritionals, LLC, a multi-national food ingredients company, and SPI Polyols, Inc., a global manufacturer of specialty polyols and sugars. She has also been on the board of directors of GreenMantra since early 2017 and worked in close collaboration with the management team to develop the vision and strategy for the business.

She is a graduate of the University of Delaware with a degree in mechanical engineering and earned a master’s degree in business administration-finance from West Chester University of Pennsylvania. She has served on the board of directors of numerous companies and is the former chairwoman of VISAGE, a global association of chief executive officers.

GreenMantra Technologies converts recycled waste polyethylene and polypropylene plastics, such as film, bottle caps and food containers, into high-value specialty polymers with uses in a broad range of industries. The company has developed new technology to convert waste polystyrene — the world’s least recycled plastic — into specialty styrenic polymers for use in inks, foam insulation and other applications.

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