Elizabeth has worked in private enterprise and the public sectors, primarily in agribusiness, with an emphasis on strategic marketing. She has worked for a major national agribusiness corporation, a significant Australian winery and a renowned dairy company, along with running a sheep and cattle grazing property. As the Agribusiness Outreach Program Manager for the Centre for Global Food and Resources, Elizabeth draws on all her experience to deliver practical outcomes for the team. She is also hands on with her family’s ‘paddock to plate’ meat business that includes seven retail outlets and supplies 300 Australian restaurants with high-end branded meat products. She is also a shareholder in Something Wild Australia, one of Australia’s only Indigenous-owned food businesses focused on sustainably sourcing the extraordinary native produce Australia has to offer to supply restaurants around the country. Elizabeth has also worked for in the public sector on domestic and international industry value chain development projects, most notably in Indonesia. At the Centre for Global Food and Resources, Elizabeth brings her extensive industry experience in agribusiness marketing and business development and engages actively with the research and student cohort. Elizabeth is also a member of the University’s Agribusiness Advisory Board.