Mr Lynch has over 35 years’ experience in Australian and international agribusiness, with much of the last 20 years working in Australian horticulture. He was previously a director of the Almond Board of Australia (2003-2009), chairman for three of those years, and a board member of the Australian Nut Industry Council (ANIC). Mr Lynch was also involved in the establishment of Pollination Australia.
Mr Lynch owns and operates an agribusiness consulting company with a range of horticulture clients. He previously held a number of company directorships and senior management roles, managing horticulture operations and investments from 1999 to 2012. Mr Lynch is currently a non-executive director in a horticulture contracting company.
Mr Lynch’s horticulture experience covers strategy, investment, project management and business development assessment advice for industries including almonds, citrus, stone fruit, table grapes, avocados, mangoes, olives, berries and some vegetables.