Dairy UK appoints new communications manager
Caroline has significant international experience in the dairy industry, having worked in communications for both the International Dairy Federation in Brussels and Dairy Farmers of Canada in Ottawa.
Caroline joins Dairy UK as communications manager, following a stint as head of external relations with the British Poultry Council.
Born and raised in Lyon, France, Caroline holds a master’s degree in political science and communications from the Sorbonne University in Paris.
She said: “I am delighted to be joining Dairy UK at such an important time for the dairy industry, both in the UK and internationally.
“I am passionate about dairy and it is vitally important for the industry to communicate widely and effectively about the substantial nutritional value of dairy products as well as the major contribution the industry makes in social, economic and environmental terms.
“Consumers love our products and the demand for dairy is growing all the time. It’s a great industry and in the UK we have so much to be proud of.”
Dr Judith Bryans, Chief Executive of Dairy UK, said: “Caroline is a tremendously able and enthusiastic advocate for dairy and her experience across the world will be a great asset to the UK dairy industry. Good communication to the public, government, decision-makers and the industry itself is at the heart of what Dairy UK does and Caroline will be instrumental in driving our communications efforts forward.”
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