Join us for a conversation with Camellia Moses Okpodu on her experience as a woman in STEM, the challenges she faced through her career and how she overcame them through Passion, Purpose, and Persistence.
Jane was a visionary for plant genomics and much valued mentor and colleague to many.
She was the fifth person to join in the dinner that would become the Women in Genomics network.
Dr Janet Fulton is a Molecular Geneticist for Hy-Line International. She received her BS from the Department of Poultry Science at the University of British Columbia, Canada, her MS from the Department of Animal and Poultry Science at the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada and her PhD in Immunobiology with a minor in genetics from Iowa State University, USA.
This interview was originally published in “Women in Agriculture: Fourth Edition” and is reproduced here with permission of the authors. Women in Agriculture is a publication launched by Global BioAg Linkages in 2019 to highlight the achievements and various roles of women in agriculture, especially in the BioAgriculture segment. Kellye Eversole is President of Eversole
Women scientists and the genomics community lost a long-time advocate on 9 December 2019 when Dr. Mary E. Clutter passed away. She was a prominent advocate for women in science throughout her career and a founding member of the annual Women in Genomics dinner. She frequently said “there is nothing that cannot be solved when