Rebecca Bartels



Director of Business Development

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Strategically communicating, researching and promoting sustainable approaches to integrated pest management portfolios, biological and hybrid crop inputs, and precision application and traceability technology.

Following a nearly decade long career dedicated to connecting the international crop input and technology supply chain, Rebecca joins Farm Journal, the most trusted business intelligence and communications company focused on agriculture in the U.S. There, she serves on the leadership team of the company’s newest purpose-driven brand, Trust in Food, and America’s Conservation Ag Movement, one of the largest public-private partnerships focused on conservation in our nation’s history.

As the Director of Business Development, Rebecca focuses on helping clients activate universally beneficial change across the industry toward more sustainable, regenerative practices and helping companies get the intelligence they need to accelerate the resiliency of our agricultural production system.

Born with family roots in Oneida, S.D., Rebecca kick-started her career as an editor writing bilingually for publications including American Fruit Grower, American Vegetable Grower and Productores de Hortalizas.

Following the pursuit of a master’s degree from Drexel University, Rebecca shifted her focus to strategic business development, eventually serving as the lead for Meister Media Worldwide’s international business endeavors.

Overseeing the company’s China and India offices and serving as the commercial SME for biological inputs and precision application technology, Rebecca has worked to connect government agencies, nonprofits and the private sector including Fortune 500 companies in 30+ countries.

Rebecca lives in Ohio with her husband and a very energetic German Shepherd rescue.

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