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Barry Keller

Partner & Chief Executive Officer

Barry has deep global experience from working for industry leaders in the chemicals, metals, bioscience and food ingredient spaces.  He has served on multi-national Commercial and Operations management teams and led operations in the US, Mexico, Brazil, Germany, France, Czech Republic and Denmark.  These experiences were gained from working under public, family, and private equity ownership.

 

Barry is a Board Director for Community Warehouse, a faith-based organization in Milwaukee, WI that provides jobs and life skills to individuals coming out of prison.  He supports strategy deployment and human resource activities.

 

Barry loves to spend time with his family, especially his grandsons, and he enjoys woodworking, home projects, and reading. He lives in Waukesha, WI with his wife Kathy.

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Roy Glocke

  Partner & Chief Technical Advisor

  North America

With over 35 years of experience in the agricultural industry with positions ranging from National Sales Manager for large multi-national microbial companies to start-up divisions now turned into proven businesses, Roy brings decades of global human, animal, agricultural, and industrial microbial experience to MicroSynergies, the company he founded over a decade ago.

Roy grew up on a dairy farm in the heart of the midwest and attended the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. From there, he went on to work for some of the world's most well-known and respected microbial companies, sitting on the scientific committee that decided what would ultimately become the approved Direct-Fed Microbial List of The Official Publication of the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO).

Roy now serves as the Chief Technical Advisor in North America for MicroSynergies, focusing on product formulations, new product frontiers, and organism science and management.

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Jack Carter

Production Technician

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Brad Glocke

Partner & Chief Technical Officer

With over 20 years of experience in operations and business management with positions in industries ranging from human dietary supplements to global industrial and environmental services, Brad brings a diverse management experience to MicroSynergies.

Brad grew up in the heart of the midwest, visiting his grandfather's dairy farm on a regularly. He attended the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee for undergraduate studies and the University of Wisconsin-Madison for graduate studies. From there, he went on to work in business management for several multi-national companies, receiving recognition and awards from the Lubar School of Business, Johnson Controls, CB Richard Ellis, and the Wisconsin School of Business.

Brad now serves as Chief Technical Officer at MicroSynergies, focusing on product and market development.

In his free time, Brad likes to read, golf, swim, bike, and play guitar. He lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with his wife and two children.

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Catherine Gutich

  Executive Office Manager

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Tom Marek

Production Technician

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Brian Carroll

Partner & General Counsel

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John Weir Falquez

  Chief Technical Director

  LATAM, Oceania & Southeast Asia

With over 25 years of experience in animal health and nutrition, John has specialized in creating and helping businesses use sustainable biotechnology.

 

John has developed countless solutions for the environmental, aquaculture, poultry, and swine business units for many multinational corporations and start-up companies. Recently, he has been dedicated to the development of global technologies for the shrimp production industry in Ecuador, Thailand, China and Australia, applying new concepts in larviculture and grow-out, using the microbial heterotrophic technique for intensive 2-3 stage.

 

John graduated from Universidad Católica de Santiago de Guayaquil where he spent time in exchange in the U.S. at the University of Kentucky. 

John has spoken at several aquaculture congresses. He deeply believes in the power of the beneficial microbes to improve productivity and reduce costs, while transforming the environment into a safer place.

John lives with his family in Ecuador.