Prof Lindsay Falvey joined the ILRI Board in April 2013. His experience includes corporate governance, academic leadership and international research. His interests include changes in organizational governance, the social and technological sciences in livestock including animal welfare and human-animal interactions as well as integration across disciplines and all aspects of life. His career has also included: CEO of Coffey-MPW; Chair of Agriculture and Dean of the (now) Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Science at the University of Melbourne; Director of Hassad Australia, and advisor to governments throughout Asia. A recipient of the Centenary Medal of Australia, a Fellow of the Academy of Technological Sciences, and of Clare Hall at the University of Cambridge, Falvey holds three doctorates; a Ph.D. from the University of Queensland, a higher doctorate from the University of Melbourne and an honorary doctorate from Thaksin University. Lindsay’s 15 books and more than 150 papers deal with livestock and socio-cultural subjects. He joined the Board in April 2013.