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Hayley Campbell-Gibbons - FSA Board Member

Outlines the professional history of our Board Members and gives details of any business interests they may have in order to ensure transparency.

Last updated: 31 August 2022
Hayley Campbell-Gibbons

Hayley Campbell-Gibbons has worked for over fifteen years in the food and farming sector. Most recently, Hayley was a non-executive board member of the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board, where she stayed for three years. Prior to that Hayley was a chief policy adviser at the National Farmers’ Union, where she worked for over ten years leading the trade association’s lobbying, policy and strategy work in the dairy and horticulture sectors. During that time, Hayley was appointed to represent the NFU on the board of the Gangmaster’s Licensing and Abuse Authority (GLAA). Hayley holds a Masters Degree in rural policy, writes regularly for the agriculture trade press, and now runs her own policy consultancy business in the agri-food sector. Originally hailing from Birmingham, Hayley lives in the Cotswolds with her husband and two young children. 

Employment

Paid employment, office or profession

  • Director of Campbell-Gibbons Consulting, specialising in agri-food policy.
  • Writer for NFU Horticulture magazine.
  • Writer for British Dairying trade magazine.

Directorships

Directorships whether paid or not.

  • Director of Campbell-Gibbons Consulting.
  • Director of No.10 Coffee (coffee shop in Alcester, Warwickshire).

Income, recognition or benefits

Any business, professional or public activities or interests that provides a regular source of income, recognition or some other benefit.

  • None

Organisations, clubs or bodies

Membership of public bodies, trusteeship of a charity or other public or private trust, or membership, role or affiliation to clubs or organisations.

  • Trustee of charity 'Friends of Blockley School'

Shares and investments

Any shareholdings other than those held by a unit trust or similar arrangements where the Board member has no influence on the management of the shares.

  • None