Dr. Grady Roberts is a professor of agricultural education at the University of Florida. His work focuses on building human and institutional capacity to meet local needs in agriculture and natural resources. Dr. Roberts has worked all over the world but is fondest of working in the Caribbean and Latin America. He teaches courses at UF focused on teaching methods and delivery of educational programs.
Dr. Roberts has previously worked at on the faculty at Texas A&M University and as an agriculture teacher in Hillsborough County, FL. On a personal side, Dr. Roberts is married to Tracy (a local veterinarian) and has three children. They raise Shire horses. He also volunteers as a Boy Scout leader. He enjoys running and most outdoor activities.