Syngenta appoints Christina Stroud

Christina Stroud

Syngenta Canada Inc. has appointed Christina Stroud, a strategic communications professional with more than 15 years of experience in agricultural communications, as head of corporate affairs. 

 

Based in Guelph, Ontario, Stroud will oversee corporate communications, government and industry relations, sponsorships and donations, among other activities, and will sit on the Canada Territory Leadership Team as well as the North America Business Sustainability Leadership Team.

 

Source:  Syngenta Canada November 5, 2019 news release

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