2020 Regenerate SpeakersResilience in times of uncertainty
Find this speaker online
Dr. LaKisha Odom is a scientific program director at the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research, where she pursues her commitment to promoting the use of innovative science, collective impact, and the development of public private partnerships to tackle today’s complex challenges in food and agriculture. She is also extremely committed to cultivating increased diversity in a new generation of food and agriculture scientists.At FFAR, she spearheads scientific direction of the Soil Health challenge area and manages a portfolio of projects that address issues in sustainable water management, plant efficiency, ecosystem services, crop pest and disease detection, and developing the next generation of food and agricultural leaders. Dr. Odom received her bachelor’s degree in environmental science from Tuskegee University, her master’s degree in environmental resource policy from The George Washington University, and her doctorate in integrative biosciences from Tuskegee University.
Regenerative Agriculture in the Face of Climate Change