Sonia Bradley has over 20 years of experience in food, public health nutrition and health promotion; government policy and regulation; the analytical technology sector and international development.
Sonia has had extensive international experience and held a range of positions within the Australian government. Most recently, she held the position of Manager, International at Food Standards Australia New Zealand for six years. She was responsible for developing collaborative links with key partner organizations internationally, directing a range of initiatives including the APEC Food Safety Cooperation Forum on behalf of the Australian Co-Chair, and a range of multi-lateral food safety capacity building activities.
In her current role, the majority of Sonia’s work has been in building international partnerships across the public, private and academic sectors. Currently, two key roles include senior advisory roles with the World Bank facilitated Global Food Safety Partnership and Waters Corporation Worldwide Strategic Relations Group. Sonia is also a member of the Expert Consultant Panel for the Australian Centre for APEC.
Sonia has a Bachelor of Applied Science degree from the University of Canberra, a Masters degree in Science (Nutrition and Dietetics) from the University of Wollongong and a Post Graduate Diploma in Public Health from Curtin University.