Mosaic

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The Mosaic Company is the world’s largest combined producer and marketer of concentrated phosphate and potash, two essential crop nutrients. Driven by its mission to help the world grow the food it needs, Mosaic is committed to strengthening global food security and protecting critical water resources. They employ approximately 8,900 people in eight countries and participate in every aspect of crop nutrition development. Florida is home to the headquarters of Mosaic’s phosphate operations and 4,000 of its employees. Mosaic’s phosphates business’ main office is in Lithia. The company has five operating mines and four fertilizer facilities in Hillsborough, Polk, Hardee and Manatee counties. Florida’s seventh largest landowner, Mosaic extended its land stewardship activities to the development of Streamsong® Resort, a nature-focused destination resort on formerly mined land in Polk County. Streamsong’s 216-room luxury lodge opened in January 2014.

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Eileen H. Stuart, Vice President, Public Affairs - Phosphates

Eileen Stuart serves as Vice President, Public Affairs for The Mosaic Company. In this role, she develops and executes internal and external communication plans, directs strategic community engagement and corporate philanthropy, and oversees public policy and government affairs advocacy in support of Mosaic’s business in Central Florida and Louisiana. Previously, Stuart served as Director, Public Policy and Government Affairs and managed Mosaic’s office at the Florida state capital. In that role, she directed and executed comprehensive policy and political strategies at the state and federal government level, particularly regarding environmental, energy, growth management, infrastructure and tax issues.

Prior to joining Mosaic in 2009, Stuart served as Deputy Policy Director in the Executive Office of the Governor, where she assisted in the development and management of multiple policy initiatives for the Governor and his executive agencies. In addition, she held the roles as Deputy Political Director on a statewide gubernatorial campaign, in the Florida Senate and the Florida Public Service Commission.

 

Investors

Mosaic

 

 

The Mosaic Company is the world’s largest combined producer and marketer of concentrated phosphate and potash, two essential crop nutrients. Driven by its mission to help the world grow the food it needs, Mosaic is committed to strengthening global food security and protecting critical water resources. They employ approximately 8,900 people in eight countries and participate in every aspect of crop nutrition development. Florida is home to the headquarters of Mosaic’s phosphate operations and 4,000 of its employees. Mosaic’s phosphates business’ main office is in Lithia. The company has five operating mines and four fertilizer facilities in Hillsborough, Polk, Hardee and Manatee counties. Florida’s seventh largest landowner, Mosaic extended its land stewardship activities to the development of Streamsong® Resort, a nature-focused destination resort on formerly mined land in Polk County. Streamsong’s 216-room luxury lodge opened in January 2014.

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Eileen H. Stuart, Vice President, Public Affairs - Phosphates

Eileen Stuart serves as Vice President, Public Affairs for The Mosaic Company. In this role, she develops and executes internal and external communication plans, directs strategic community engagement and corporate philanthropy, and oversees public policy and government affairs advocacy in support of Mosaic’s business in Central Florida and Louisiana. Previously, Stuart served as Director, Public Policy and Government Affairs and managed Mosaic’s office at the Florida state capital. In that role, she directed and executed comprehensive policy and political strategies at the state and federal government level, particularly regarding environmental, energy, growth management, infrastructure and tax issues.

Prior to joining Mosaic in 2009, Stuart served as Deputy Policy Director in the Executive Office of the Governor, where she assisted in the development and management of multiple policy initiatives for the Governor and his executive agencies. In addition, she held the roles as Deputy Political Director on a statewide gubernatorial campaign, in the Florida Senate and the Florida Public Service Commission.