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Christina Woerner McInnis is the CEO and founder of AgriTech Corp. and a major shareholder in Woerner Family Companies, one of the largest sod producers in the country. As the creator of SoilKit, AgriTech’s flagship product, Christina has led product development from its earliest stages. After an initial proof-of-concept year in 2019, Christina founded AgriTech and ramped up hiring, product development and sales for SoilKit. In 2020, the company received its minority women-owned certification from the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs. Under Christina’s leadership, AgriTech in its first year of operation landed contracts with eight lawn and garden distributors, one major land grant university, one big-box retailer and dozens of landscape companies.

Christina started off in marketing at Time Warner and Auburn University. With her role at GulfWise Commerce, she completed an international agriculture transaction between the US and Cuba. She is a former Commissioner for the City of Orange Beach, active member of Orange Beach United Methodist Church and serves on various other community & civic organizations.

Christina is a cum laude business graduate of Auburn University, and together with her husband Timothy McInnis II, has four children in Orange Beach, Alabama.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]