SUNNYVALE, CA (JAN. 23, 2024) — Intrinsyx Bio, a biotech company that promotes sustainable agriculture through the use of naturally occurring endophytes, announced today that Mariola Beresniewicz Kopcinski has joined the company as head of commercialization and business development. She is responsible for bringing the company’s product pipeline to market and executing on commercial agreements with agricultural and fertilizer companies around the world.

“We are excited to welcome Mariola to the Intrinsyx Bio team. She has a diverse background in the agricultural, chemical, and biological markets and has demonstrated success in establishing products in the marketplace,” said CEO Greg Thompson. “Marolia’s experience and expertise will help drive our growth as we continue to commercialize our biology that works with large, multinational companies.”

Kopcinski has a background working with large Fortune 500 companies, including Dupont and Syngenta, and others to build successful product portfolios. Her broad business experience spans R&D, strategic marketing, business management, new business development, and licensing.

“Intrinsyx Bio understands what farmers are looking for when it comes to nutrient use efficiency and has tapped into a unique way to deliver solutions found in nature. It represents an emerging market in sustainable agriculture, and I look forward to expanding our presence around the globe,” Kopcinski said.

Kopcinski holds a Ph.D. and M.S. in plant pathology and biochemistry, a post-doctoral degree from Cornell University in seed technology, and an MBA in international marketing and finance from the University of Rochester.

About Intrinsyx Bio

Intrinsyx Bio is a Silicon Valley biotech company that partners with the world’s leading global agricultural companies to promote sustainable agriculture and deliver biology that works. Through the use of naturally occurring endophytes, Intrinsyx Bio enables farmers to improve nutrient uptake, enhance plant health, and increase crop yields while reducing the need for commercial fertilizers. Learn more: