Kathryn Unger is the Country Director for Cargill’s Aqua Nutrition (CQN) group. She joined Cargill in 2014 in their growing aquaculture business. In her current role, she has responsibilities for serving aquaculture customers and employees in North America. She serves on the board of the Cargill Hispanic Latino Council (CHLC), which strives to make Cargill the employer of choice for Hispanic Latino talent.
Prior to joining Cargill, Kathryn worked for Cummins, Inc. for nearly 10 years, leading the Rail and Defense Engine Businesses, globally. Kathryn was also a tax consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Houston, Texas, and a teacher in both North Carolina and in Colombia, South America.
Kathryn holds an undergraduate degree in education and a master’s degree in accounting from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a MBA from Stanford University.
In addition to the CHLC, Kathryn serves on the board of Urban Ventures, an organization focused on stopping the cycle of urban poverty in Minneapolis. She also interviews local high school seniors as part of the admissions process to Stanford’s undergraduate program. Kathryn is also on the board or a member of various aquaculture associations.
Kathryn is married and has two step-children. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, biking, reading, movies and spending time with loved ones. Most importantly, Kathryn has a fabulous English Cocker Spaniel named Miles.