IFST Young Ambassadors

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Each year, students across the UK are invited to become an IFST Young Ambassador .  The winners are invited to attend an expenses paid trip to our premier event of the year - our Spring Conference and Dinner and most importantly are invited to become an IFST Young Ambassador for the year.

WHAT DOES AN AMBASSADOR DO?

There are a wide range of opportunities for our Young Ambassadors.  These include:

  • joining our student group committee and relevant branch or central committee
  • contributing a blog to our website or to Food Science & Technology magazine
  • helping to organise an event locally at their university
  • attend different universities and events to give presentations on being a Young Ambassador and of course promoting IFST membership
  • helping at events like Food Matters Live to promote the benefits of being a member 
  • assisting with promoting food science to schools (eg at Big Bang)
  • and more.......

OUR 2017 YOUNG AMBASSADORS

  • Adalaide Barwood, Coventry University
  • Gaurav Pankaj Choraria, Cardiff Metropolitan University
  • Hristina Fileva Georgieva, Abertay University
  • Fern Lough, London Metropolitan University
  • Nicola McNeice, Queens University Belfast
Making an Impact
IFST Young Ambassadors

2017 - 2018

  • Adalaide Barwood, Coventry University
  • Gaurav Pankaj Choraria, Cardiff Metropolitan University
  • Hristina Fileva Georgieva, Abertay University
  • Fern Lough, London Metropolitan University
  • Nicola McNeice, Queens University Belfast

2016 - 2017

  • Daniel Clarke, University of Leeds
  • Charlotte Cook, Cardiff Metropolitan University
  • Suzanne Davies, Univerisity of Nottingham
  • Siobhan Gardiner, Cranfield University
  • Emma Priestly, Newcastle University

2015 - 2016

  • Lewis Chadley, Cardiff Metropolitan University
  • Daniel Clarke, University of Leeds 
  • Charlotte Cooper, Cardiff Metropolitan University 
  • Lucy Packman, University of Leeds