Our mission is ambitious, but our passion is infinite. Together, we can make magic happen.

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Our Belief

“I can't predict how the future of farming will look. But I'm confident of one thing: if the breakthroughs in generative AI and large-scale analytics are applied to the staggering complexity of optimizing a sustainable and productive global food system, then we have a chance to feed the world while healing the planet.”

— Elliott Grant, CEO

Our Commitments

We make good on our word — and our world

“In agriculture, strength and resilience come from biodiversity. So it’s obvious why at Mineral, our people, our technology, and our impact should also reflect the principles of diversity.”

— Elliott Grant, CEO

See what Elliott has to say about our four key commitments to improving agriculture from the inside out.

  1. We’re committed to bringing new faces to agriculture.We search for the most talented people, from every background and country, every race and ethnicity, every gender identity and orientation, ability, and military status.
  2. We’re committed to partnering across borders and industries.We empower everyone in the food system, regardless of their scale, skill or background.
  3. We’re committed to enabling and humanizing technology to augment, not replace, human expertise.We strive to build inclusive technologies that level the playing field.
  4. We’re committed to driving a sustainable future for food production for all.Our vision is to develop solutions that feed and protect humankind, and solve food insecurity, one of the greatest inequities of all.

Our People

Meet the minds behind Mineral

Our people are our superpower. They bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to ensure Mineral succeeds well into the future.

Check out what a few have to say about our mission and why it matters to them.

Rhishi Pethe

Rhishi Pethe

Product Management Lead

Ngozi Kanu

Ngozi Kanu

Operations Lead

Jie Yang

Jie Yang

Software Engineer

Gabriella Levine

Gabriella Levine

Hardware and Systems Design Engineer Lead

Andrew McGowan

Andrew McGowan

Technical Program Manager

Erica Bliss

Erica Bliss

Chief Commercial Officer

Tavonga Siyavora

Tavonga Siyavora

Growth Manager

Mavish Mahomed

Mavish Mahomed

Growth Manager

Nanzhu Wang

Nanzhu Wang

Software Engineer

Zara Khan

Zara Khan

Business Development

Sasha Deis

Sasha Deis

Data Scientist

Tally Portnoi

Tally Portnoi

Machine Learning Engineer

Careers

Be part of something meaningful

What lights you up? Is it chasing the thrill of the next big discovery? Dreaming of ways to change the world? Designing new technologies that make a meaningful impact?

When you bring your expertise and ambition to Mineral, you’ll find that magic, curiosity and sense of purpose in everything we do. Because behind every world-changing mission are the people who asked: what if?

Our Partners

The impact we ignite with our partners

We’re working with some of the most innovative companies in agriculture—that’s pretty exciting. Luckily, they have a lot to be excited about, too. Read for yourself:

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Driscoll's Logo

"... Today, determining which genetic attributes translate into the easiest plants to harvest comes down to “observations and feelings. We want to have better data, more quantitative data. And that’s where Mineral comes in.”

Deb Menicos, Ph.D.

Strawberry breeder, Driscoll's

Scientist
Alliance Bioversity + CIAT

“We’re experts in plant science, and Mineral’s the powerhouse in AI, ML, and digital solutions. It’s a partnership with so many possibilities. Together, we could change the entire plant breeding paradigm for the better. From generating time-series data that was previously impossible to produce, to powering our breeding programs, Mineral has enabled us to do things we’ve never done before.”

David Guerena

Scientist, Alliance of Bioversity International & CIAT

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Syngenta Logo

" ...We’ve already taken highly-detailed imagery from the Mineral rovers that we’ve captured at our R&D sites, and have transferred that technology onto boom mounted sensors in the real world, across the United States. We captured imagery when we were going up to 20 mph, and incredibly enough, we were still able to identify weeds at those speeds. We’re not just talking about it, but we’re doing it. It has huge potential to change the way we do agronomy in the field, and move towards a more sustainable and responsible way to grow crops."

Jamie Marshall-Roberts

Computational Agronomy Solutions Manager

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