Congratulations to Emma Hegarty!

FutureBeef’s very own, Emma Hegarty from Clonclurry, has been recognised in the inaugural Women in Australian Agribusiness 100. The announcement was made in the Queensland Country Life last week.

One hundred women were recognised for their contributions and leadership in categories including: contributions to rural Australia, leader in agribusiness, emerging leader, young achiever, leader on-farm, contributor to policy development, work in community. All were very deserving.

For those who know and work with Emma, you know she would have been an outstanding candidate. Emma works across a range of extension projects in the north and north west and in addition to her FutureBeef and DAFQ commitments, she is also regularly invited to the United States to judge at meat competitions, supporting and mentoring young Australian competitors. She is one of our many quiet achievers. You can click here to read more about Emma’s nomination.

Congratulations Emma for being recognised as an influential woman in Australian agribusiness!

Krista Cavallaro (Manager FutureBeef, Animal Science, DAF)
t: +61 7 3255 4324 m: 0428 100 625 e: krista.cavallaro@daf.qld.gov.au