Dave Everitt

David C. Everitt

Retired President, Agricultural and Turf Division of Deere & Co.
Mr. Everitt has served on the board of directors and the lead independent director of Enviri Corporation (formerly, Harsco Corporation), an industrial services and engineering company that provides environmental solutions and innovative technology for the rail sector, since October 2018. At Enviri, he also served as non-executive chairman, from August 2014 to October 2018 and as a director, since 2010. From February 2014 to July 2014, Mr. Everitt also served as interim president and chief executive officer of Harsco. Mr. Everitt had an extensive career at Deere & Company, the world’s largest manufacturer of agricultural equipment and a major U.S. producer of construction, forestry, and lawn and grounds care equipment, where he worked from 1975 until his retirement in September 2012. At Deere, he held many executive positions, including as President, Agricultural and Turf Division – North America, Asia, Australia, and Sub-Saharan and South Africa, and Global Tractor and Turf Products, from 2009 to 2012, President, Agricultural Division – North America, Australia, Asia and Global Tractor and Implement Sourcing, from 2006 to 2009, and President, Agricultural Division – Europe, Africa, South America and Global Harvesting Equipment Sourcing, from 2001 to 2006. Mr. Everitt has served on the boards of directors of Allison Transmission Holdings, Inc., a designer and manufacturer of vehicle propulsion solutions, since August 2014 and the Brunswick Corporation, a global designer, manufacturer, and marketer of recreational marine products, since July 2012. Previously, Mr. Everitt served on the board of directors of Agrium Inc., a retail supplier of agricultural products and services, from February 2013 until its merger with the Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc. to form Nutrien Ltd., a Canadian fertilizer company, in January 2018, and then remained on the board of directors of Nutrien, from January 2018 to August 2020. Mr. Everitt joined Corteva’s Board in March 2021.

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