Emily Meredith is the communications director for the Animal Agriculture Alliance.
She uses traditional and social media tools to educate urban consumers about the importance of animal agriculture. Meredith frequently provides editorial articles and guest posts for numerous publications, newsletters, and blogs.
In her role with the Alliance, she identifies and responds to misinformation about the food system and reaches out to the media with accurate, science-based resources about today's farms.
Established in 1987, the Animal Agriculture Alliance includes individuals, companies, and organizations who are interested in helping consumers better understand the role animal agriculture plays in providing a safe, abundant food supply to a hungry world.
Meredith received a B.A. in International Affairs and Journalism from the George Washington University, in Washington, D.C., and a J.D., with concentration in Food and Drug Law, from Seton Hall University, in Newark, New Jersey. Meredith was a speechwriter and public affairs specialist for the United States Department of Agriculture, Food Safety and Inspection Service prior to attending law school.