Warren Parker
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Warren Parker

Pāmu / Landcorp

Chair

  • Appointed January 2019.
  • Former CEO of Scion (the NZ Forest Research Institute) and Landcare Research, and was previously chief operating officer of AgResearch.
  • Director of Predator Free 2050, Farmlands Co-operative Society, Genomics Aotearoa and is chair of the Forestry Ministerial Advisory Group. Until recently, chair of the NZ Conservation Authority.
  • PhD in animal science and was previously a Professor of Agribusiness and Resource Management at Massey University.

Career

Agresearch / Āta Mātai, Mātai Whetū
Chief Operating Officer, General Manager
Jul 1999 - Jun 2003
Landcare Research / Manaaki Whenua
CEO
Jul 2005 - Feb 2011
Scion
CEO
Mar 2011 - Mar 2017
Warren's Insights Limited
Managing Director
Mar 2017 - Present
FarmIQ Systems Ltd
Chair
Aug 2021 - Present

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