During my time in the industry I've been fortunate enough to learn from and be mentored by women that have influenced and shaped the world of agriculture for years.
The work I do within our Women in Ag group is my way of giving back, saying "thank you" to those who have inspired me, and encourage the next wave of industry leaders to step up and say "I can do that job, contribute to that board decision, or run that piece of equipment."
Kim Keller - Co-Founder & Vice-Chair
Farmer and AgTech Consultant
I'm proud to be a woman in Ag so I can be a part of shaking up this amazing industry - to make it even better! Women are the backbone of agriculture in many different roles - from the field to the office - we touch every part of the industry. I can't wait to see where we can take it next!
Stacey Sagon - Vice-Chair
Crop Inputs Manager and Farmer
I have met so many amazing women involved in different levels of agriculture across Saskatchewan, and I am proud to be part of a group who can help connect these women, and continue to strengthen our wonderful industry. "Working hard for something we don't care about is called stress; working hard for something we love is called passion"
Jimmi-Lee Jackson - Director
I live in Tisdale, Sk with my dog (Cheeko), cat (Flint) and horse (Buddy) where I work as a technical agronomist for Monsanto DEKALB. I am proud to be involved in Women in Ag because there are so many great role models involved in the group as well that share the same interests I do and can help guide me along my own agricultural path. This group brings women together and empowers them to become more passionate and vocal about women in agriculture.
Katelyn Duncan - Director
Agriculture Awareness Specialist and Farmer
I am proud to be a part of the Agriculture industry because I believe that this industry is built on passion, devotion, and hard work. In my time spent working in Agriculture, I have observed that when women gather together and support each other, we serve as leaders and role models for young girls and enable them to believe that they can be anything they want to be, aside from age, gender, or background.