Robert King join as Executive Vice President, Crop Protection Business Unit; Tim Glenn Named Senior Vice President of Seed Business Unit

INDIANAPOLIS, March 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Corteva, Inc. (NYSE: CTVA) today announced that it will implement a global business unit organization model to support long-term operational performance. As part of this move, Robert King will join the company as Executive Vice President, Crop Protection Business Unit, and Company Veteran Tim Glen was appointed Executive Vice President, Seed Business Unit. Under this new structure, these leaders will be responsible for all aspects of their respective organizations, with full responsibility for delivery to our customers and our financial performance. Mr. King and Mr. Glenn will assume their new roles on April 4, 2022and report to chuck magroChief Executive Officer.

Mr. King, a highly experienced executive with a proven track record of delivering value across multiple industries and geographies, joins Corteva from Nouryon, a specialty chemicals business, where he serves as Senior Vice President and Managing Director of the integrated supply chain. Previously, he served as vice president of global operations for PPG’s industrial segment. Mr. King also has notable experience in agriculture, having held various positions with Nutrien Ag Solutions.

Mr. Glenn assumes his new role after serving as the company’s Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer. Mr. Glenn’s extensive experience includes leadership roles in the seed business platform, crop protection, sales, marketing, integrated operations and business efficiency.

Mr. Magro said, “Moving to a business unit-driven model will facilitate increased focus, increased accountability and faster time to market, while leveraging Corteva’s considerable global strengths. Robert and Tim are the right leaders for these new roles given their passion for our industry, commitment to excellence in execution and a track record of strong and consistent results. Thanks to their complementary skills, I know that they will be able to build a solid partnership and, together, generate increased value for all stakeholders.

Mr. King commented, “I am extremely excited to join the great team at Corteva given the strong outlook in the agriculture industry and the company’s leadership position. I look forward to using my experience in manufacturing, operations and supply to drive growth. and the profitability potential of the Crop Protection business unit.”

Mr. Glenn added, “I am very pleased to lead Corteva’s incredible seed business during a dynamic time in our industry, and I look forward to working with Robert to bring the best solutions to our customers and the industry. entire industry, while delivering on our commitments.”

The company will provide further details in its first quarter earnings call. May 2022.

About Corteva
Corteva, Inc. (NYSE: CTVA) is a publicly traded global agriculture company that combines industry-leading innovation, world-class customer engagement and operational execution to cost-effectively deliver solutions to the world’s most pressing agricultural challenges. Corteva generates preferred market preference through its unique distribution strategy, as well as its globally balanced and diverse mix of seed, crop protection, and digital products and services. With some of the most recognized brands in agriculture and a technology pipeline well positioned to drive growth, the company is committed to maximizing farmer productivity, while working with stakeholders across the food system as it delivers on its promise to enrich the lives of those who produce. and those who consume, ensuring progress for generations to come. More information can be found at

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