Technical Adviser at Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development Ministry of Regional Government of Andalucía, Spain
Judit Anda is Agricultural Engineer by University of Cordoba, Master Degree in Rural Development & Agrifood Business Administration, Master Degree in Environmental Impact Assessment. From 2006 to 2013 she held high office postitions within Regional Government of Andalucía, Spain, where she has developed public policies related with agrofood, animal health, plant health, regulation of crop-livestock industry, and development of Community´s agricultural policies.
She is currently Technical Adviser at Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development Ministry of Regional Government of Andalucía, Spain, where she is responsible for the Bioeconomy Estrategy Coordination of Andalucía. She is also responsible of content and strategy for the Rural Development Program of Andalucía (FEADER) and the promotion of digitalization in agrofood industry, inlcuding coordination of European partnership S3 Agrifood: Traceability & Big Data in Agrifood value chain, and the creation of DIH Andalucia-Agrotech