Cotton Research and Development Corporation
Session 3c Pitch from the Paddock
Tuesday August 07 at 4:15 pm
Based in Emerald, Queensland, Liz Alexander is the Agribusiness Development Coordinator for the Central Highlands Development Corporation (CHDC). She leads CHDC’s Central Highlands Accelerate Agribusiness (CHAA) initiative, working with stakeholders to grow productivity and profitability for all agribusiness within the region. In her role, Liz developed and facilitates the AgTeCH events held annually in Emerald and Mungindi.
Liz is a non-executive director for Plant Health Australia and the Cotton Research and Development Corporation, for which she chairs the Intellectual Property Committee. Liz was recently appointed to the NFF Farm Data Working Group. Previously she has served as a Director of Cotton Australia, and Chairman of the Theodore Irrigation Local Management Arrangements (LMA) Interim and Transition Boards.
In roles ranging from farming to consultancy, Liz also spent 15 years working with growers and industry to support adoption of Cotton myBMP. She lives and breathes cotton, agtech and growing regional communities.