Dr Antoinette Anim-Jnr (PhD Animal Science) is a lecturer at the Department of Animal Science, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana. She is a self-motivated individual with a positive attitude and always willing to learn. She is an animal nutritionist and a meat scientist with a focus on exploring locally available, underutilised, non-conventional feed resources to promote sustainable animal production, food and nutrition security, and the socio-economic well-being of livestock farmers. Antoinette aspires to become an important contributor to African meat industry value chains by providing knowledge, experience, and technical support. With exceptional cognitive ability and passion for research, she has won national and international awards that promote academic excellence and cutting-edge research. These include the Commonwealth Shared Scholarship, Gravida Doctoral Scholarship, and Massey University’s “List of Exceptional Theses”. Dr Anim-Jnr has experience in the international research sphere, having worked at the International Sheep Research Centre, New Zealand, as part of her PhD. She is a member of various professional bodies and is currently the Kumasi Branch President of the Commonwealth Scholars and Fellows Alumni, Ghana. Antoinette enjoys mentoring the next generation of women scientists. She is a huge football fan and a blogger in her spare time.