Bryce Eger

President, Canada

As the President of Corteva Agriscience™ in Canada, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont, Bryce is responsible for leading the Canadian region to achieve above market results and provide legal entity and fiduciary leadership for the corporate units. Bryce leads the Canadian leadership team, as well as the Commercial leadership team.

Bryce has vast experience in leading numerous large businesses through transformation and fundamental shifts to being customer centric and outperforming in the market. He has significant experience in the areas of operations, grain merchandising, sales and sales management, commercial management, seed production, supply chain, operations management, and senior leadership.

Bryce began his career with DuPont Pioneer® in 2009 as a sales manager for the Canadian business unit. He then moved into the business director role for Eastern Canada, followed by the integrated operations director role where he was responsible for production locations in Canada and California. Prior to his current role, Bryce was the business director for DuPont Pioneer and DuPont Crop Protection in Canada, and the president of Pioneer Hi-Bred Canada Company.

“Being yourself, being fair, dreaming big and enjoying the journey are what life is all about. When I was spending time at my aunt and uncles farm in my youth, I had no idea that agriculture would be my calling. We are seeing insurmountable advancements in biotechnology and plant science and with that comes huge responsibility as well as opportunity. This is an exciting time for Corteva Agriscience as we have the enthusiasm, fortitude and expertise to make the organization something truly unique. We will enrich the lives of others by providing solutions to agricultural challenges around the world.”

Bryce is an executive member of CropLife Canada and also sits on the board of directors. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics and political science, and throughout his career he has lived in eight communities in four different provinces. His work has allowed him to meet farmers from coast to coast, while mentoring some of the industry’s top stakeholders and managers.

He is an avid reader of economic, political and business leadership books, which he balances with a good dose of fiction just for fun. He is actively involved in his children’s activities and is a minor sports coach for both hockey and baseball. Also a self-proclaimed foodie, Bryce enjoys recreating recipes and sharing meals with family and friends.