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Krysta Harden is Vice President, External Affairs and Chief Sustainability Officer for Corteva
Agriscience™, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont™.
Prior to her role at DowDuPont, Ms. Harden was DuPont Vice President of Public Policy and Chief
Sustainability Officer, joining DuPont in February 2016.
Before joining DuPont, Ms. Harden served as deputy secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), where she helped to shape food and agriculture policy, including leading implementation of the 2014 Farm Bill. At USDA and throughout her career in agriculture, Ms. Harden has focused on growing the ranks of agriculture and expanding opportunity for women, young people, immigrants, socially disadvantaged producers, returning veterans and retirees.
Prior to her service as deputy secretary, she held USDA leadership positions as chief of staff to the Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, and assistant secretary for Congressional Relations. Preceding her service at USDA, Ms. Harden spent five years as CEO of the National Association of
Conservation Districts (NACD), providing national leadership for natural resource conservation and representing thousands of conservation districts across the nation.
In addition to serving as CEO of the National Association of Conservation Districts, she has also worked with the American Soybean Association as senior vice president of Gordley Associates, where she concentrated on conservation and renewable energy issues. She also served 12
years on Capitol Hill, as staff director for the House subcommittee on Peanuts and Tobacco, and as chief of staff and press secretary for former Congressman Charles Hatcher.
Ms. Harden received her B.A. in journalism from the University of Georgia.
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