Rebekah Sletten is responsible for public affairs, project, and operations management for America’s Cultivation Corridor. She also coordinates key Corridor Initiatives such as Cultivo Global Ag Innovation Program, special events and other projects. Additionally, she engages in external affairs and investor relations to advance the work of the Corridor.
Prior to working with Cultivation Corridor, Rebekah was a crop protection territory manager for Corteva Agriscience. She worked with customers in southwest Iowa to find solutions to their crop protection needs, educate customers on new products and service existing crop protection products.
Rebekah earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Business and International Agriculture with a minor in Political Science from Iowa State University. She had the opportunity to grow up on a swine and row crop operation outside of Osage, Iowa, and now resides near Valley Junction in West Des Moines. She serves as a board member for Young Professionals in Agriculture.