Edna Massay Kallon is an international development specialist with over a decade of experience in agribusiness development, stakeholder engagement and public-private partnerships. Currently, Edna works in the Agriculture Global Practice of the World Bank and leads the Livestock Topic Team in a World Bank Group project titled Enabling the Business of Agriculture. She manages a team developing a series of indicators that identify and measure legal, regulatory and market issues impacting the enabling business environment for livestock input and service suppliers globally, including inputs such as livestock medicinal products. Edna joined the World Bank in 2012 and before that worked for the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization in the Iraq country office. Edna is from Sierra Leone and holds a degree from Johns Hopkins Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies.