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Emerging Team Grows

Morgane Danielou – New Vice-President Operations

Morgane Danielou - Vice President Operations
Morgane Danielou – Vice President Operations

Emerging Ag is adding new talent to serve our clients in light of growing demand for our specialised services in issues management. I am delighted to inform you that Morgane Danielou will be joining Emerging Ag as Vice-President – Operations in May. Morgane has been with the International Fertilizer Industry Association (IFA) where she was Director of Communications and Public Affairs. In this role, we have worked closely with her for the past 6 years in the founding of the Farming First coalition as well as the establishment of the Private Sector Mechanism at the UN Committee on World Food Security.

Morgane has a strong background in international development and communications in relation to the agrifood sector. She brings 15 years of experience at the service of international organizations (World Bank, CGIAR), NGOs, and the private sector. She has been a spokesperson for specific industries as well as business groups in international policy processes. She was also vice-chair of the Food and Agriculture Committee of the Business and Industry Advisory Committee (BIAC) to the OECD for the past 3 years.

Morgane’s addition to our team will further position Emerging Ag as a leader in helping our clients tell their stories effectively, be visible in international processes, build strategic partnerships with global stakeholders and develop strong reputations and thriving businesses.

Morgane’s bio is available here.

Robynne Anderson

Robynne has extensive experience in the agriculture and food sector, working throughout the value chain – from basic inputs to farmers in the field to the grocery store shelf. She works internationally in the sector, including speaking at the United Nations on agriculture and food issues, and representing the International Agri-Food Network at the UN.Throughout her career she has worked with farm organisations like the Prairie Oat Growers Association, the National Smallholder Farmers Association of Malawi and the Himalayan Farmers Association, as well as global groups, to further the voice of agriculture in the food debate. She has also worked with Fortune 500 companies growing worldwide businesses to assist them with issues management and strategy decisions.

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