Behavioural Science Expert
Office of Innovation
Cortney Price holds an MSc in Behavioural Science from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a BA in Liberal Arts from Yale University. Since joining FAO in 2005, he delivered participatory approaches to behaviour change around animal and human health emergencies in a wide array of countries, supported innovation around climate change knowledge sharing and created the Antimicrobial Resistance Behaviour Change Community of Practice to crowd-source behavioural science solutions to AMR. Cortney is currently leading FAO efforts to mainstream behavioural science applications across the Organization both for improved external delivery and more efficient and effective internal ways of working.