Emma Sharp has a PhD (2018) from the University of Auckland in food politics. She is a Geographer with broad interests in food system sustainability, feminist theory, care, and alternative economies. She has a MSc (2004) in glacial geomorphology and has previously worked in government, consultancy, and the 3rd sector internationally on environmental, education and humanitarian issues. She is a founding member of the NZ Women and Gender Geographies Research Network (2013 – ), associated Puawai collective, and the Community Economies Research Network (CERN). She leads the Critical Food Studies Group hosted at the School of Environment. She has two young children. More about Emma.