The Saudi-based sustainable agriculture technology company, RedSea, has announced the appointment of Larkin Martin to its board of directors. Martin is a seventh-generation farmer who manages Martin Farm (Alabama) and is Vice President of The Albemarle Corporation. Both are family businesses with interests in agriculture and timberland.
She also holds directorial positions at the Soil Health Institute; NYSE-listed Rayonier Inc., a timberland REIT; and Truxton Trust – a private bank. She is the chairman of Servico – a cotton ginning and agricultural services business, and the former chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and The Cotton Board, the statement added.
Martin is a seventh-generation farmer
Steve Dauphin is a founding partner of Bonaventure Capital, with over 25 years of venture capital investment experience. In the last 10 years, his team has focused on ‘backing values-driven teams on missions to solve historically intractable problems’.
“At the heart of RedSea is its mission to help feed the world sustainably. Our firm is committed to helping the team do this by building a great company, with great products and service, that creates significant value for its stakeholders,” Dauphin said.