Board of Directors
Position: Non-Executive Director
Having lived in Papua New Guinea and the WA Wheatbelt, Elizabeth has a unique insight into global food systems and extensive experience in fresh produce marketing and agricultural development programs.
Elizabeth currently coordinates a multidisciplinary agricultural research program in PNG on behalf of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR). Elizabeth has also led the marketing strategy development and implementation for one of the largest citrus operations in WA, Moora Citrus, as well as other international fresh produce brands such as Bravo Apples™, Family Tree Farms and Fruitico.
She is a Board Director for the RRR Network, Commissioner for the Agricultural Produce Commission, former President of Australian Women in Agriculture and volunteers on many agricultural advisory groups and committees. Elizabeth is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (MAICD) and a Fellow with the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation (FARLF).
Growing up and still living on the family farm in Wongan Hills and continuing to work in Papua New Guinea, Elizabeth is committed to creating a food secure and sustainable future for people and planet alike.