Member AUM
$70 trillion
Topics of Focus:
Multiple ESG Themes
Antibiotics & Health

Greta joined FAIRR in 2023 as a Senior Policy Officer leading the biodiversity, sustainable finance and health policy workstreams. Her work focuses on developing FAIRR’s services to support investor members and corporates to understand risks and capitalise on opportunities to meet climate and nature goals.   

Working at FAIRR 

Greta engages with governments, regulators, industry bodies and investors to promote a greater understanding of a variety of policy topics related to intensive agriculture and livestock production, and to draw attention to sustainable policies and practices. Her areas of thematic focus include biodiversity and deforestation, sustainable finance, and health risks from intensive agriculture and livestock production, including anti-microbial resistance and pandemics. Greta responds to relevant policy consultations, represents FAIRR at relevant events and conferences, and provides policy input to FAIRR publications across these thematic areas. 

One of Greta’s top priorities for 2024 will be coordinating FAIRRs strategy for COP16, the pivotal global biodiversity conference, set to be held in Colombia later this year.   


Greta has extensive policy experience on food, agriculture, and sustainability, having worked on agricultural policy at New Zealand Parliament and the New Zealand Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI). During her time at MPI, Greta worked on regulatory economic policy across the livestock sector. As the UK and EU regional specialist, she also worked on trade policy, including free trade agreements, building agricultural cooperation, and strengthening existing relationships with key partners across the region. 

Most recently, she was seconded to the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade to assume the position as the acting Agriculture Counsellor at the New Zealand High Commission in London. In this diplomatic role, Greta primarily worked on agricultural trade, advocated for the development of more sustainable food systems, and represented New Zealand's agricultural interests at the OECD in Paris. 

She holds an MA in International Relations and a BA in Sociology, History, and International Relations also from Victoria University Wellington.