Jamie Beyer and her husband, Rodd, farm near Wheaton, Minnesota, where they grow soybeans, corn, sugarbeets, and alfalfa. Jamie volunteers with the Traverse County 4-H and has served on the Traverse County extension board.
Beyer was appointed to the Minnesota Soybean Growers' Association in 2015 and served in varying leadership positions since, including two years as state president. She was appointed to the American Soybean Association Board of Directions in 2021.
Jamie does work part-time as an administrator for a watershed district, helping farmers solve water issues in parts of six counties in the Red River Valley. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy and graduate coursework in public administration. She and Rod have three daughters.