Open for Business with Jordyn Bader, Marble Technologies
Presented in collaboration with the Nebraska Extension Digital Agriculture team's FarmBits podcast. Jordyn Bader is a co-founder and the Director of Industry Partnerships at Marble Technologies. Marble is developing intelligent automation for the meat processing industry to address the industry’s greatest pain point: chronic labor shortages. Marble brings together diverse domain experts, including meat scientists, software engineers, and roboticists, to build impactful and customer-focused solutions. Jordyn has spent her career in Ag Technology and uses her background in agriculture to bring the voice and perspective of the customer to inform product development. In her role at Marble, Jordyn builds relationships with industry stakeholders to uncover pain points and opportunities for advanced technology to alleviate challenges facing the food supply chain. She loves the product development space and facilitating the intersection of technologists & Agricultural subject-matter-experts. Raised in North-Central Nebraska, Jordyn went on to earn her B.S. and M.S. in Agricultural Economics at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She is proud to have been a member of the inaugural class of the Engler Entrepreneurship Program and now serves on the Engler Advisory Board. Jordyn and her husband, John, live in Lexington, KY where they are raising their two young daughters. She is always up for a good cup of coffee and connecting with and learning from fellow women and mothers in entrepreneurship and Agriculture.
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