Lucinda Corrigan

B.Sc. Agr. Hons 1, Syd.

Director of the Meat and Livestock Corporation BoardLucinda-Corrigan

Lucinda is the Director, Rennylea Pastoral Company, a progressive angus genetics business running 3,000 cattle, located in the Murray Valley east of Albury, since 1988. Prior to that she worked in the fibre industry, and was Executive Officer of a national breed organisation.

An experienced director in rural research and development, she has been a Director of Meat and Livestock Australia, and the MLA Donor Company since 2007. She chairs the Advisory Committee of the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation a joint venture between Charles Stuart University and NSW Department of Primary Industries and recently was appointed as Chairman of the NSW Primary Industries Minister's Advisory Council. She also chairs the taskforce to develop the Industry Action Plan for agriculture in NSW. She has been a Director of four cooperative research centres and has high level communication skills. 

Lucinda's expertise and interests include: agriculture and food production in Australia; strategic rural research and development; animal breeding and genetics; leading change in family-based SMEs; sustainable land management under a changing climate; and communication.

She is a fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and The Australian Rural Leadership Foundation.