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CropLife Europe has a new Director of Public Affairs

Emma Brown joins the team

Emma joins CropLife Europe from Red Flag where for the past 6 years she was the Director of EU Affairs and Head of the Brussels office. In this role, she worked on communications, regulatory and government affairs for global and European clients creating and leading pan European campaigns. Before joining Red Flag, she worked at another EU public affairs company where she gained an expertise in policy topics including environment and agriculture directly connected to the crop protection industry. Emma holds an undergraduate degree in Sociology and European studies and two masters’ in International Relations and Law.

Emma also holds the position of Vice President for the Society of European Affairs Professionals (SEAP).When she isn’t defending the public affairs sector in Brussels, she travels the world to experience the highs (and many lows) of being an avid sports fan. 

“I am excited to join a strong and dynamic team representing an industry addressing global challenges such as climate change and food security with science-based, innovative solutions. My focus will be to continue to successfully drive the ambitious commitments set by CropLife Europe and its members and support the delivery of a global food system. I am looking forward to working in a unique sector which supporting farmers across Europe to adapt and integrate crop protection solutions into their business.” – Emma Brown commented.