Meg leads Food Frontier’s political, policy and legislative advocacy and engagements. In her role, she supports governments, government agencies, regulators, and related institutions and stakeholders in Australia and New Zealand to understand and unlock the value of alternative proteins. As a government relations consultant, most recently as a Director at TG Public Affairs, Meg worked with multinational companies through to local startups across sectors such as food services, manufacturing, health and investment. Prior to public affairs, Meg was based in the United Kingdom working with the charity London Sustainability Exchange. In this position, she coordinated the delivery of community-based sustainability programs to educate on, and encourage, greater water security, pollution reduction and pollinator path creation. Her time in London was also spent completing a Master of Science in Environment and Development from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Meg has since been driven to establish a career in sustainability. At Food Frontier, she is excited to bring together her passion for climate action and skills as a corporate government relations consultant to deliver meaningful impact for Australia and New Zealand’s agri-food sector.
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