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Connie Mou Joins Jones-Hamilton Co. in Technical Services

By July 22, 2020News, PLT

Jones-Hamilton Co. announces that Connie Mou, Ph.D. has joined the company as Manager, Technical Services.

In her new role, Mou will be responsible for the support, development and implementation products in the Agricultural Division as well as the SWASH™ product line. In addition, she will work closely with the Technical Services Team, Territory Managers and Operations to ensure continuity in product offering and division sales goals.

In recent years, Mou has become known for her work in poultry house ventilation alongside other leaders in research at UGA. Mou earned a Ph.D. in Poultry Environmental Management from University of Georgia and a Master’s in Poultry Nutrition from Virginia Polytechnic State University.

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