SAN DIEGO — AleSmith Brewing Co. today announces the appointment of Susan Geyer as Director of Human Resources and Pardip Johal as the company’s new Director of Supply Chain and Logistics.
Geyer brings to the company more than thirty years of professional experience in human resources in sectors of higher education, banking, manufacturing and distribution.
Prior to accepting her current position with AleSmith Brewing Co., Geyer served as the Director of Human Resources at Grossmont Cuyamaca Community College District. Other roles include Human Resources Manager at CO-OP Financial Services, Assistant Director Human Resources at Claremont Graduate University, and Human Resources Manager at Spectrol Electronics.
She is a native of San Diego and holds Bachelor of Arts and Master’s degrees in Organizational Management.
Johal brings to the company more than thirty years of professional experience working in procurement, warehousing, supply chain, and logistics.
Prior to accepting his current position with AleSmith Brewing Co., Johal served as Global Associate Director of Strategic Sourcing and Contracting for Sabra. Additional experience includes roles as Director of Materials for Gate Gourmet, Senior Sourcing Manager at California Creative Foods and Materials Manager at Sky Chefs. He also ran food manufacturing plants in California and New York for Sabra Dipping Co, a joint venture between Pepsico-Frito-Lay & Strauss.
A native of Fiji Islands, Johal relocated to Canada in 1980 where he earned post-graduate certifications in procurement and supply chain management. He has resided in California since 2000.
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About Alesmith Brewing Company
Forged in 1995, AleSmith has been recognized by consumers and critics alike as one of the world’s foremost craft brewers. Accolades have included numerous medals won at prestigious national and international beer competitions. The company was named Small Brewing Company of the Year at the Great American Beer Festival in 2008. Today, AleSmith operates in a 105,500-square-foot, state-of- the-art brewery where it employs an 85-barrel brewing system to produce a range of world-class beers such as Speedway Stout, IPA, Nut Brown Ale, X Extra Pale Ale, and San Diego Pale Ale .394. AleSmith beers are distributed in 26 U.S. states and eight countries. Visit us at www.alesmith.com and on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (@AleSmithBrewing).