Marianne Smukowski, Safety Applications Coordinator at Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research, discusses her career in food science and the path she took from government to private industry to academia.
Cunningham shares how she went from Iowa farm girl to AVP communications for one of the nation’s leading checkoff programs.
In her role as vice president of American Agri-Women, Stelmach connects with women in agriculture of all ages and interests. She talks with host Sara Steever about her childhood and career path.
Barcus discusses her career and current role at Agriculture Future of America, which builds bridges for young leaders to foster engagement and innovation in food and agriculture.
Chism’s path to ag industry leader is unusual. She talks with host Sara Steever about how she became involved in agriculture and shares career advice.
Former South Dakota Secretary of Agriculture Walt Bones shares how growing up on a farm prepared him for public service and farming success.
Twenty-three years ago, Miller joined Grossman Software Solutions, which serves agribusiness, and rose through the ranks to become president. She discusses her interest in science and math, role models and the power of trust.
Head of Government Affairs at Aurora Cooperative in Aurora, Neb., Caldwell grew up on a farm and earned a degree in animal science. She discusses her career path, decisions made and lessons learned—and offers encouragement and advice for individuals beginning their careers.
Johnson grew up on a farm in southern Minnesota and studied marketing and communications in college. She shares how her farm background and education prepared her for a variety of jobs during her career.
A self-described mule advocate and horse enthusiast, Hughey is grazing manager at her family’s Red Angus beef ranch in southeastern Indiana and an author of children’s books. She visits with host Sara Steever about her unique career.