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Meet the Nutrient Use Efficiency People™: Jamie Jones

Meet the Nutrient Use Efficiency People™: Jamie Jones

In an industry that is historically male-dominated, Jamie Jones more than holds her own.

Of course, as a mother of three boys, she is used to hanging with the fellas.

That’s no surprise – especially when you consider that Jamie, an Account Manager for Verdesian Life Sciences, grew up on a farm in southern Minnesota and studied Agronomy at South Dakota State University. In fact, she has thrived in the agriculture world her entire career.

Jamie came to Verdesian from FCA, where she spent two years as a Sales and Marketing Manager in a territory that covered parts of Minnesota and Iowa, managing and coaching six agronomists while managing and growing all areas of sales for that company. Prior to that she spent a couple of years with WinField as a Region Agronomist in southwest Minnesota, where she offered sound agronomic advice and education to customers. Jamie has also spent several years in retail ag in southern MN.

Today, working for Verdesian, Jamie handles a territory that includes her native southern Minnesota.

“What drew me to Verdesian was the company culture,” she says. “I have found in my almost three years at Verdesian that I really appreciate the freedom to succeed with this company.”

Despite her busy schedule, Jamie finds time to run, listen to live music or spending time on the lake, and enjoying time with her three boys.

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