Meet the multitasking team
Lisa is the President and CEO at Prassack Advisors, and has a passion for working in tandem with innovators at the intersection of agriculture, food, energy, water and the Internet of Things. Her depth and breadth of experience in adjacent industries, combined with a hands-on approach, brings a unique view to any organization in applying best practices to product development, operations, marketing and sales to grow and sustain a profitable business.
With a “boots on the ground” perspective, her team manages 200+ research fields using Precision Ag software and sensors in row and fixed crop. Recent efforts driving digital strategy in traceability; sustainability and business models that work across the global food supply chain.
Lisa has held leadership roles at Booz Allen, DoubleClick, GE, HP and Trimble. She is a board member at AgBiTech and Gamaya. She received a B.S., Computer Science at Penn State and attended the University of Chicago Booth School.
Lisa currently lives in Colorado with her husband Matt and rescue dog Memphis.
Jacques Nault has a BS and a MS from McGill University’s Macdonald Campus. He started his agronomic career in 1984 and, up until 1999, he researched soil management and best management practices, wrote technical guides pertaining to soil fertilization and erosion control, and worked as a consultant with farmers. In 1999 he co-founded Logiag with his brother Charles, where he now supervises field technical services and business development. Between 2004 and 2014 he was also the general manager of FCS, a U.S. consulting firm that he cofounded.
Engineer Charles Nault is Logiag’s president and general manager. He holds an MBA and an engineering degree from Sherbrooke University. After 5 years working in a manufacturing plant, he co-founded Logiag with his brother Jacques, where his functions now include strategic planning and development.
Mélanie holds a bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering from Polytechnique Montreal and a diploma of specialized graduate studies (DESS) in Management from HEC Montreal.
For six years she worked in the project management department of the aerospace industry, from the development of new technologies to the industrialization of products. She joined Logiag in 2022 as a product manager on the LaserAg team, and became director a few months later.
Kevin graduated from Polytechnique Montreal in 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in Physics Engineering and obtained a master’s degree in Electrical Engineering in 2016 from l’École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS).
Kevin is very versatile, having worked with technologies related to optics, laser, plasma and spectroscopy. He is also familiar with many specialized software and programming languages, such as Matlab, Comsol and Labview. After his engineering studies, Kevin joined Logiag in 2017 where he now contributes to the development of LaserAg.
Nancy is currently away from the office. Please redirect all enquiries to Mélanie Sbrissa.
Nancy holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from l’École de technologie supérieure de Montréal (ÉTS). She worked for more than four years as an optomechanical designer for a high-tech company involved in hyperspectral and infrared cameras for industry and scientific research.
She joined Logiag in 2017 as a mechanical designer for the beginning of the LaserAg method and instrument industrialization. Since 2018, she also serves as LaserAg product manager.
Carla Pereira de Morais is a laser-induced plasma (LIBS) spectroscopy specialist. She has a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Chemistry from the Institute of Chemistry of São Paulo State University. She also completed a PhD. in cotutelle in Science (Institute of Chemistry of São Paulo State University) and in Chemistry (Toulon University). During her PhD, she worked at Embrapa Instrumentation.
Since the beginning of her training, Carla has worked with photonic and spectroscopic techniques applied to agri-environmental samples. During her first PhD, she developed and optimized a LIBS system that uses single and dual pulses to analyze sediments, soils, fertilizers, and plants quickly and cost-effectively. Using LIBS, she also developed methods to identify nutrients and contaminants in sediments, soils, fertilizers, and plants.
For soil samples, the objective was to assess carbon sequestration to contribute to greenhouse gas mitigation. She also developed methods to assess organic matter in soil and sediment samples using fluorescence techniques.
Carla has experience in spectroscopy (LIBS, laser-induced fluorescence spectroscopy, fluorescence excitation-emission matrix, fluorescence quenching, inductively coupled plasma emission spectrometry, flame atomic absorption spectrometry, and ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy), chemometrics, experimental design, and statistics. She has published in high impact scientific journals and has received awards for her work on LPS and organic matter.
Samuel holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Sherbrooke University since 2003. He has been with Logiag since 2004 as a developer and since 2015 as Director of IT Services.
Adja is currently away from the office. She is replaced by Audrey Korsaga.
Natively from Senegal, Adja obtained a master’s degree in Biochemistry from Rouen University. After her arrival in Canada in 2013, she completed an Attestation of College Studies in Biotechnology in 2015, before joining the Logiag team the same year.