Following a degree in economics, Vincent worked for the French government in Africa on a number of agriculture projects; he also carried out humanitarian work in the Middle East and Africa.
Vincent Doumeizel joined Lloyd’s Register in 2014, as Vice President for Food & Sustainability at group level serving over 100+ countries and tens of thousands of food clients with verification & business assurance solutions.
Vincent also supports actively the charitable objectives of the Lloyd’s Register Foundation (LRF), notably through the identification & funding of innovative projects to drive sustainability in the food supply chain. He is also a member of various Advisory Boards for food universities research projects as well as disruptive blockchains or biotech start-ups all over Europe.
He has led the LRF Foresight Review on Food Safety supported by global food thought leaders and is a regular speaker at some of the world’s leading events including COP (United Nations), FAO & OECD conferences as well the Global Food Safety Initiative.
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