Leading Natural Digestive Health Company Enzymedica Reignites Education Strategy by Appointing Julia Craven to Vice President of Education and Innovation

With more than 30 years of experience in the natural products industry, Craven is a seasoned cross- functional leader with specialization in education, formulation and marketing. In addition, she will lead the newly formed Scientific Advisory Board, positioning Enzymedica as the authoritative voice of education as it continues to be a leader in the industry.

VENICE, Fla. (PRWEB) December 07, 2020

Enzymedica®, a leading natural digestive health products company, announced today that Julia Craven has been appointed to Vice President of Education and Innovation and also will lead the Enzymedica Scientific Advisory Board. In her new position, she will establish Enzymedica as an authoritative voice of education in the natural products industry that is relevant, impactful and truthful to ensure the company continues to be a leader in any category in which it resides.

With more than three decades of experience in the natural products industry, Craven has proven success in the architecture and deployment of internal and external facing education platforms, research and development, team mentorship and corporate strategy. She joined Enzymedica as Key Accounts Manager/National Educator in 2007 before becoming VP of National Accounts in 2011 and added the role of General Manager, Digest Source by Enzymedica in 2015 where she launched as well as developed products and strategies for a new company division focused on new channels of trade. Previously she was Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Encompass Sales LLC; Chief Operating Officer, USA for Pranarom USA; Board Member/Consultant for Veriditas Botanicals, LLC; and also held positions with Whole Foods Market and Wild Oats Market.

“Julia has been a great asset to Enzymedica throughout the past 13 years, and I’m pleased to announce her appointment to Vice President of Education and Innovation,” said Scott Sensenbrenner, President & CEO of Enzymedica. “We know education is key to making it easier for everyone to have life-changing great health, and her new role leading the Scientific Advisory Board will be essential in this endeavor. In addition to being a seasoned executive with extensive sales, management and strategy experience, Julia’s dedication to educational development and deep understanding of the natural products industry will be invaluable to us as we continue to drive our brand forward around the world.”

“Enzymedica pioneered education in 1998 and now it’s innovating with a revolution by creating new learning platforms and the formation of the Scientific Advisory Board,” said Julia Craven, Vice President of Education and Innovation. “The level of diversity and expertise of the Board we’re assembling is unprecedented. Accuracy and accessibility are at the forefront of our new initiatives for both consumers and retailers. This is a truly massive game-changer for the industry. Coming home to true education is the only way to ensure our healthiest future.”

Visit https://enzymedica.com/ to learn more.

About Enzymedica

Enzymedica is a Florida-based, natural digestive health company since 1998 that sells to over 30,000 stores worldwide and online. Its top-selling enzyme brand is No. 1 in America. In addition to high quality products, Enzymedica also is dedicated to its People & Planet initiative, which is a core pillar within the company’s mission – to leave a legacy that will make the world a better place. The company has received more than 50 industry awards including multiple Better Nutrition Magazine’s People’s Choice Awards, many Best of Supplements Awards and numerous VITY and Nexty Awards. Visit https://enzymedica.com/ for more information.

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