Anne Alonzo is an accomplished global food, agriculture and ESG leader with a diverse career in the public, not for profit and corporate sectors.
Anne presently serves as an Independent Board Director at Potlatch Deltic, a leading timber and wood products public company. Anne also serves as a Senior Advisor to Pollination, a global climate change and investment advisory firm and Advisor to Trail Head Capital, a social impact capital investment firm. Most recently, Anne served as a C Suite Executive in the dual role of Senior VP External Affairs and Chief Sustainability Officer at Corteva Agriscience.
Throughout her career, Anne’s held key executive roles at Kraft Foods, Amoco Corporation and led the American Egg Board as its President & CEO. She’s also had several distinguished public service roles including as Administrator of USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service, Deputy Assistant Secretary, International Trade, US Department of Commerce and US EPA, Region V Senior Counsel and USEPA’s first diplomat to a U.S. Embassy, Mexico City.
Anne has been widely recognized for her championship of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) and named as “Top 100” Most Influential Latinas by Hispanic Executive, “Corporate Elite” Ranking, Hispanic Magazine, Latino Leaders “Maestro” Award, among others.
Anne holds an MBA from the University of Chicago and a Juris Doctor from the Illinois Institute of Technology, Kent College of Law.