CAAR Congratulates Ken Seitz

CAAR is pleased to congratulate and welcome newly appointed Nutrien President and CEO Ken Seitz.

Seitz officially became president of Nutrien on August 8, 2022, after a seven month search for a new president. Since January 2022, Seitz has served as interim CEO.

“Nutrien’s record performance and disciplined execution of strategy during some of the most turbulent times we have seen globally underscore the strength of Ken Seitz’s leadership,” said Russ Girling, Chair of the Nutrien Board of Directors. “As the company’s President and CEO, Mr. Seitz will continue to drive positive outcomes for all of our stakeholders as we strive to safely and sustainably feed the world.”

Girling further stated, “Mr. Seitz strongly aligned to our comprehensive leadership needs given his extensive international experience in our industries, passionate connection to our purpose, efficacy in driving our stated strategy and personal commitment to employee safety and an inclusive workplace. Additionally, Mr. Seitz demonstrated proven performance in an interim role this year receiving an extensive range of positive feedback from our stakeholders. The Board has every confidence Mr. Seitz is the right leader to drive our strategy forward.” 

Seitz is no stranger to the industry with more than 25 years of global management experience working across more than 60 countries. He grew up on a dairy farm in Saskatchewan and has in-depth agriculture experience. Seitz’s leadership has seen the company through the company’s response to changes in agricultural markets, advanced the organization’s sustainability strategy and brought together key parties to help navigate unprecedented global food security challenges.

“I look forward to continuing the important work of safely and sustainably feeding a growing world with the executive leadership team, our employees globally and support of the Board of Directors,” Seitz said. “I am honored and humbled to work alongside growers during these challenging times today and going forward. Nutrien is extremely well positioned to help meet the global goals of food security and climate action, partnering across the food system. Our purpose is to feed the future, and I am invigorated by the noble pursuit to help solve these critical world needs.”

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