Dr Lisa Morgans is a livestock vet with an interest in medicine use on farms and improving animal health and welfare. Lisa began her career as a mixed veterinary surgeon in Cornwall where she soon found she preferred working with farm animals and farmers. After a few years in practice, she embarked on an AHDB-funded PhD at the University of Bristol where she explored how a participatory, farmer-led approach supports change on UK farms. Whilst at the University of Bristol, Lisa became a trained action facilitator and was contracted to facilitate a range of farmer and advisor groups outside of her PhD. Lisa’s unique skillset as a vet and a facilitator, combined with her scientific academic background makes her a valuable partner in projects aiming to initiate and support change. She now works for Innovation for Agriculture – a knowledge exchange charity set up by the Royal Agricultural Society of England (RASE) - as Head of Livestock. Lisa is currently co-ordinating and managing projects on responsible antimicrobial use, animal health and welfare and regenerative farming.