About

Shareholders

August 2020 marked the beginning of a new and exciting chapter in FAI's over 20 year-long history. The managers of the business became it's owners through the completion of a management buyout. Today FAI is a management owned and purpose driven company committed to helping farmers and companies build resilient, restorative, and biodiverse food systems.

Meet The Shareholders

Carly Scott
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Carly Scott

Carly Scott

Carly studied molecular genomics but followed her passion to explore the role of food in human, animal and ecosystem health.

Clare Hill
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Clare Hill

Clare Hill

Clare is a leader in the regenerative agriculture movement, passionate about creating a food system with positive impact on our climate and biodiversity.

James Banfield
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James Banfield

James Banfield

James is a strategic business leader with experience in growth management, and product development from a variety of sectors including publishing, data and learning platforms.

Karl Williams
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Karl Williams

Karl Williams

Karl is an agriculturalist with over 35 years of experience in managing livestock operations and driving improvements across global food supply chains through his work with FAI’s clients.

Kelly Watson
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Kelly Watson

Kelly Watson

Kelly is interested in ways to increase transparency in food production and use this to drive improvements in farming practices and performance across complex supply chains.

Murilo Quintiliano
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Murilo Quintiliano

Murilo Quintiliano

Murilo’s passion is to combine scientific and practical knowledge to help food system actors move towards a better and more resilient food production system.

Oistein Thorsen
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Øistein Thorsen

Øistein Thorsen

Øistein’s passion is to help food businesses find their opportunity to be part of the solution, by embracing complexity and creating strategic pathway forward.

Ralf Onken
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Ralf Onken

Ralf Onken

Ralf is a serial entrepreneur who has both co-founded and held senior management and board positions in several software companies over the last 22 years.

eLearning: Foundations of Regenerative Agriculture

It starts with you

This course is the perfect starting point for anyone looking to learn more about one of the most promising potential solutions to biodiversity loss and global warming. Through an interactive online learning you will better understand the challenges and opportunities of regenerative agriculture.

We explain how leveraging ecological principles and processes can move us towards food production practices that build resilience while at the same time producing the highest quality, nutrient-dense and delicious foods.