NFU livestock adviser Harriet Henrick has been included as a finalist in the prestigious Women in Meat Industry Awards in the Trade Body category.
The competition is strong, with four other finalists representing the National Craft Butchers, QMS, IMTA and the British Poultry Council. This is the first time the NFU has been represented at these awards.
Read the reason for shortlist
Harriet has worked for the NFU for eight years and has been the NFU’s livestock adviser for two years. Harriet is nominated as a crucial and influential member of the livestock team, supporting the national livestock board and managing the NFU uplands forum representing the interests of beef and sheep producers across England and Wales.
Harriet leads on key policy areas for the red meat sector, namely climate change, clean air strategy and waste. Harriet was also co-author of the NFU’s Re-thinking Ruminants toolkit and infographics.
The deadline for voting is the 15 September.