Cultivate announces new executive director: Seadar Davis

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – The Board of Directors of Cultivate, Inc. today announced the appointment of Seadar Rose Davis as Executive Director of the nonprofit.

Cultivate supports the use of innovative and creative thinking to provide training, development and education to empower underserved populations to achieve full potential in their communities and to provide a stable workforce for our growing local economy.

A volunteer with Vertical Harvest since 2017, Davis brings a passion for Cultivate’s mission as well as years of experience in both the public and private sectors. She has been a musician in the valley for over a decade with recording artist Screen Door Porch. Davis is also a successful web developer, and ran for a seat on the county commission last year.

“I am honored to have this opportunity and am thrilled to be working for an organization doing such meaningful work,” Davis said. “I look forward to building on the momentum of Cultivate and I can’t wait to see what the future holds.”

Outgoing Interim Executive Director Caroline Croft Estay won’t be going far as she transitions to a new role within Vertical Harvest as the Director of Diversity and Inclusion. She will work closely with Davis on her transition and will support Cultivate’s role at Vertical Harvest. Estay will support the innovative ‘Grow Well Model’ as Vertical Harvest expands its community impact model to other cities.

“We are grateful to Caroline for all her hard work getting Cultivate off the ground,” said Cultivate Board President Lisa Steele. “We are excited to have found such a competent and passionate person in Seadar to take over.”

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