Kasco Expands Sales Team with Aquatic Biologist

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Liz Edgerton Kasco Marine, the industry leader in water management and aquaculture products, announced that Elizabeth Edgerton has joined the Kasco family. Elizabeth comes with a wealth of experience, talent, and knowledge within the aquaculture industry as an Aquatic Biologist and will be an integral member of Kasco’s outside sales team.

Elizabeth earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Baylor University. After a stint with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality as an Air Quality Investigator, she won a fully funded graduate research position and went back to school to earn her Master of Science in Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences from Texas A&M University. Her masters research centered around freshwater invasive species in Texas.

After completing her masters work, Elizabeth began her aquatics career in a water quality laboratory, focusing on both drinking water and wastewater treatment. She gained an array of useful water quality knowledge during her time at the lab including BOD analysis and thorough knowledge of water quality parameters.

Kasco’s excitement pertaining to their new hire is quite evident as Bob Robinson, Director of Sales and Marketing, noted, “Elizabeth’s experience, education, and understanding within the water quality field can only help our relationship with our distributor base,” said Bob. “She is a quality hire that will help in our overall growth and will also be a valuable asset to the customers we serve.”

“Deciding to join the Kasco family was a no-brainer! Kasco’s commitment to quality products and their excellent customer care is part of what made coming to work here such an easy choice,” said Elizabeth. “I’m looking forward to combining my existing knowledge in the aquatics industry with the great products that Kasco has to offer to help our customers find the best solutions for their needs.”

In her free time, Elizabeth enjoys gardening, cooking, and live music.”

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