Candace Laing

Candace Laing

Vice President, Sustainability and Stakeholder Relations, Nutrien

Candace Laing is a skilled resource in the development of strategic business initiatives that create high performance cultures and help organizations achieve business results. Candace is currently the Vice President of Sustainability and Stakeholder Relations at Nutrien – the world’s largest provider of crop inputs and services. Her career has spanned both private and public-sector organizations and she has served as an instructor at the University of Saskatchewan in the Edwards School of Business.

Candace is a Chartered Professional in Human Resources and she has a Bachelor of Commerce and a Master of Arts in Leadership. People describe Candace as highly personable, competitive and always energized by challenge. She is passionate about agriculture and is proud to have grown up in Saskatchewan which is where she currently lives and where her family still farms.



Sessions with this Speaker

How the Sustainable Development Goals are Driving Corporate Purpose and Performance

  • Sustainability as Strategy
The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are succeeding in their ambition to engage a wider group of businesses on global sustainable development priorities. Companies large and small are adopting the goals and aligning them with their corporate strategies, purpose and results.

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Martin Rich Co-founder and Executive Director, Future-Fit Foundation
Mitchell Toomey Sustainability Director, BASF
Shilpa Tiwari Head, Global Sustainability and Corporate Citizenship, Manulife
Candace Laing Vice President, Sustainability and Stakeholder Relations, Nutrien
Dan Mancuso Senior Vice President, Financing and Investments, EDC