Barbara Bray

Harper Adams
Barbara is a Registered Nutritionist and food safety consultant driving and delivering food safety and nutrition strategy for food businesses.
Her leadership roles have included Co-Chairman of the Oxford Farming Conference and representing the Private Sector Mechanism in interventions at the UN Committee for Food Security. She is a Fellow and committee member of IFST, a trustee of the Nutrition Society and a Governor of Harper Adams University.
In 2017, Barbara was awarded a Nuffield Farming Scholarship; in 2019, she was awarded an MBE her 'Services to Food Nutrition’.
Barbara is currently researching diets to protect health of older adults in a doctoral training programme at the Centre for Public Health at Queen’s University Belfast.
Her TEDx talk ‘What Youth can teach us about positive ageing’ looks at how we shape our food environment for the young and how we can adapt to better accommodate an ageing society.