Mr. Christopher Worrell Bio

Mr. Christopher Worrell

Director of Technology, Advancement, and Development

Mr. Christopher Worrell holds a Bachelor of Art (Honors) in Economics from Trent University (minoring in Indigenous Studies), a MSc. in International Development from the University of Edinburgh (with Postgraduate certificate in One Health), and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Liverpool. As an International Economic Development professional, he focused on integrating elements of Ecological Economics, National Agricultural Innovations Systems, One Health, Circular Economy, and Agri-technology to create sustainable solutions in Southeast Asia and Latin America. He has consulted for Practicas Soluciones (the Peruvian branch of the global technology development NGO, Practical Action) as an Agricultural Innovation Systems specialist reforming the agricultural innovation system in the Andean Mountain region of Puno. He has also worked extensively throughout Southeast Asia developing agricultural innovation systems for the economic development NGO, Micro-Economic Development Foundation (MEDF).

Currently he serves as Director of Technology, Advancement, and Development of The Bahamas Agricultural Health and Food Safety Authority (BAHFSA) and Chairman of The Caribbean Agricultural Health and Food Safety Agency (CAHFSA) leading the charge in One Digital Health for The Bahamas and Caribbean. Focused on enhancing Sanitary and Phytosanitary (SPS) measures globally he is currently focused on integrating the One Health concept, e-governance, and agri-technology to guide agricultural health and food safety (AHFS) development.