Graham Haylor appointed as new IFS Director

Published: 2010-10-20

The IFS Board of Trustees has appointed Dr Graham Haylor as Director of IFS, to succeed Dr Michael Ståhl who retired in September this year.

Dr Graham HaylorThe IFS Board of Trustees has appointed Dr Graham Haylor as Director of IFS, to succeed Dr Michael Ståhl who retired in September this year.

Dr Haylor, a British citizen and Aquaculture Specialist (with an honours degree from University of Liverpool in Marine Biology and an MSc and PhD from University of Stirling), has a long background in international development work, most recently as Senior International Development Specialist and Director of Business Development at Natural Resources International (NRIL) in the UK.

He has led and worked on many projects in Africa and Asia, particularly fisheries, aquaculture and communications programmes, in collaboration with governments, development agencies, donor organisations, researchers, farmers and fishers. As an academic, independent consultant and programme manager he has worked with universities, national, international and regional organisations and donors.

Graham Haylor, has been a long term advocate for IFS and is a former scientific advisor. Following a recently concluded review he will lead an envisioning process which will frame future plans.

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