Sue Pritchard is Chief Executive of the independent charity, the Food, Farming, and Countryside Commission (FFCC). Before FFCC, Sue worked in leadership, strategy, culture, and change, with a portfolio career as a consultant and coach, a researcher, and writer, and non-executive, including non-executive director and then chair of a Local Health Board in Wales. Sue has held Visiting and Honorary Fellowships at Salford University, Leeds University, Ashridge Business School, and University College, London, typically working with consortia of public and private sector organisations on large scale systems change, and leading and delivering major and complex projects.
Don’t come hungry to this session. Sheila Dillon, BBC Radio 4 Food Programme, will lead a healthy debate on what we’ll be eating 27 years from now. If we are to successfully transition to fair and equitable food production which benefits people and planet, what will end up on our plates? What role will farming […]
This Organic Research Centre/FWAG session offers the opportunity to get the answers society is seeking in a climate emergency around food, equity, economy, and the environment. As experienced practitioners, validated by academics, we will offer answers as to how to move quickly to a fairer, more equitable, resilient society. This panel invites delegates to pose […]
Screening of Hungry for Change, part of a new major ‘Save Our Wild Isles’ campaign centred around the flagship BBC TV Wild Isles series showcasing the importance of UK nature. This film has been developed by Silverback Films, in collaboration with the National Trust, RSPB and WWF, to raise awareness of the nature and climate […]