Vermont-based CBD manufacturer, Sunsoil, has recently hired Lucinda Alcorn as the company’s new Vice President of Sales. This move comes as Sunsoil looks to continue its expansion and leadership in the sustainable and ethical CBD brand space.
Who is Lucinda Alcorn?
Prior to joining Sunsoil, Alcorn worked with Tom’s of Maine, which was acquired by Colgate-Palmolive in 2006. She then led the sales for Madhippie and Humble Brands, where she helped to increase the brands’ market reach and sustain their purpose-driven missions. With a decade of experience in the natural products industry, Alcorn brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to Sunsoil.
Sunsoil has cemented itself as a pioneer in the sustainable and ethical CBD brand space by providing high-quality and affordable CBD products through its innovative farming and manufacturing practices. The company offers CBD tinctures, capsules, and gummies. Sunsoil developed a better way to make CBD oil called ‘whole-plant infusion,’ which is a more economical and less processed technique compared to the standard practice of CO2 or alcohol extraction. Sunsoil is committed to creating affordable access to the highest-quality CBD products in the market while maintaining a sustainable and ethical CBD brand space.
With the appointment of Lucinda Alcorn as Vice President of Sales, Sunsoil is on the right track to achieve its mission of becoming a leader in the sustainable and ethical CBD brand space. The company’s commitment to providing high-quality and affordable CBD products through its innovative farming and manufacturing practices sets a new standard in the industry.