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<h1 class="headerFont textCenter our-team-intro">GFI has a team of scientists, entrepreneurs, lawyers, and lobbyists, all of whom are laser focused on using markets and food technology to transform our food system away from factory farmed animal products and toward <a href="https://web.archive.org/web/20170725094824/http://cleanmeat.com/" target="_blank">clean meat</a> and plant-based alternatives. If you are a member of the media and would like to connect with one of our experts, please contact Emily Byrd at <a href="https://web.archive.org/web/20170725094824/mailto:emilyb@gfi.org" target="_blank">emilyb@gfi.org</a>. </h1>
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<h1 class="staffName headerFont greenText mb10 mobile-text-center">Bruce Friedrich</h1><br>
<h3 class="staffTitle normalFont mobile-text-center">Executive Director</h3>
<p class="staffBio headerFont">Bruce graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown Law and Phi Beta Kappa from Grinnell College and also holds degrees from Johns Hopkins University and the London School of Economics. Bruce is a popular speaker on college campuses and has delivered presentations on food innovation at most of the nation's top universities, including Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Stanford, and MIT. Bruce has co-authored two books, including the forthcoming <i>Clean Protein: The Revolution That Will Reshape Your Body, Boost Your Energy—and Save Our Planet</i> with <i>New York Times</i> bestselling author Kathy Freston, contributed chapters to five books, and authored seven law review articles.</p>
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<p class="staffBio headerFont">Amy earned her B.A. in economics from the University of California, Davis, and her law degree from the University of California, Hastings. After law school, she clerked for the Hon. Philip M. Pro of the U.S. District Court in Las Vegas. She then worked for four years at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission before moving on to a variety of in-house legal positions addressing finance, compliance, corporate governance, and regulatory issues at for-profit corporations, institutes of higher education, and nonprofit organizations. Prior to joining GFI, she spent five years as Deputy General Counsel and then General Counsel of a large manufacturing trade association in the Washington, D.C. area.</p>
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<p class="staffBio headerFont">Jessica oversees GFI’s work to create a better future of food through regulatory and statutory reform in Washington. She came to The Good Food Institute from the Center for Science in the Public Interest, where she served as Deputy Director of Nutrition Policy. Before working for CSPI, she worked for the D.C.-based law firm Meyer Glitzenstein &amp; Crystal. She holds a J.D. from New York University School of Law and an M.S. in Animals and Public Policy from Tufts University. She is a member of the bar in New York and Washington, D.C.&nbsp;</p>
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<p class="staffBio headerFont">Nicole has a B.S. in international affairs from Georgetown School of Foreign Service. After earning a law degree from Northwestern University School of Law, she spent eight years at an international law firm advising Fortune 500 companies and executives on white collar and securities issues. Nicole left the law firm to work with animal protection nonprofits in both litigation and governance. She has also served on the board of directors of six nonprofits and fostered almost 300 animals. Nicole is working to bring The Good Food Institute's efforts worldwide and plant seeds for the good-food movement around the globe.&nbsp;</p>
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<p class="staffBio headerFont">Alison brings 25 years of advertising, marketing, and sales experience to GFI working with brands including Taco Bell, Levi Strauss, Gap, Kiplinger’s, and&nbsp;<i>Parents</i>&nbsp;magazine. For the last 17 years, she has developed affiliate programs and ad networks for clients that include General Mills, BET, and Gourmet Ads. Alison works with restaurants, grocery stores, food service, and food processing companies to diversify their protein offerings. She is a graduate of Wellesley College. Alison works with leading foodservice companies, supermarkets, and restaurants to help increase the quality and quantity of plant-based products available on the market.&nbsp;<br></p>
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<p class="staffBio headerFont">A graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Reannon has more than a decade of nonprofit management experience working primarily to reform animal agriculture. She is also the founder of Generation Veggie, an online community that supports plant-based families by providing resources on how to raise plant-based kids. Reannon supports The Good Food Institute's mission to create a healthy, humane, and sustainable food supply by keeping our work organized and efficient and providing programmatic support across the organization. <br></p>
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<p class="staffBio headerFont">Gustavo lives and works in São Paulo, Brazil and is focused on developing and promoting Brazil's plant-based food industry. He has experience as a start-up strategist and is involved in the Brazilian entrepreneurship community. Gustavo worked with the Whirlpool Corporation for seven years, and he has a background in project management, product development, and marketing. He holds a bachelors degree in Business from Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo.</p>
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<p class="staffBio headerFont">Liz holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical and biomolecular engineering from Johns Hopkins University, a doctorate in biological sciences from the University of California, San Diego, and postdoctoral research experience from the University of Colorado Boulder.&nbsp;Liz is a Fellow with the University of Colorado at Boulder Sustainability Innovation Lab. She has a decade&nbsp;of academic research experience in synthetic biology, recombinant protein expression, and development of genetic engineering tools. Liz works to identify and address areas of need for plant-based and clean meat innovation and encourages funding agencies to prioritize research that moves this field forward.</p>
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<p class="staffBio headerFont">Christie has worked as a mechanical engineer on diverse projects, including space- and ground-based telescopes, natural gas engines, roller coasters, and commercial aircraft. She joined The Good Food Institute from Boeing, where she worked as a mechanical engineer and technical project manager on the 777 and 777X programs. Christie is a Washington state council member for The Humane Society of the United States, a co-founder of the Humane Voters of Washington, and a&nbsp;Fellow at the Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship &amp; Technology at the University of California, Berkeley. Christie identifies opportunities for scaling technology and engineering improvements for the plant-based and clean meat industries.&nbsp;<br></p>
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<p class="staffBio headerFont">Erin earned a bachelor's degree in chemistry from DePauw University before going on to obtain a Master’s in Public Health in epidemiology from the University of Michigan and a Ph.D. in genetics from Duke University. She has ten years of research experience focused on a variety of topics, including molecular biology, nutrition, poverty, and social disparity. Erin seeks out funding opportunities for plant-based and clean agriculture research, and she is also working to establish a dedicated plant-based and clean food lab at a top research university in the United States.&nbsp;</p>
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<p class="staffBio headerFont">A native of Mansfield, Texas, Joanna received her B.A. magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Princeton University. She also holds a master's degree from the University of Oxford, where she studied as a Fulbright Scholar, and a doctorate from Harvard University, where she wrote her dissertation on Shakespeare's depiction of animals and the natural world. Prior to joining the Good Food Institute, Joanna served as the federal policy advisor for the Animal Welfare Institute, where she lobbied on the Hill for a wide range of animal protection issues, including improved wildlife management practices and higher standards for the raising of farm animals. With GFI, Joanna lobbies on behalf of the plant-based and clean meat industries.&nbsp;</p>
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<p class="staffBio headerFont">A public health professional with an academic background in tissue engineering research, Brianna most recently worked at Booz Allen Hamilton as a senior consultant on a variety of health care projects. She holds a Masters of Public Health from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University and a B.S. in Biological Sciences from Cornell University. Brianna's work at GFI is focused on launching new plant-based and clean meat companies and helping start-ups be as successful as possible.</p>
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<p class="staffBio headerFont">Chris has more than two decades of leadership experience in financial and venture capital management. Chris is investment manager of New Crop Capital and serves as director of Anark Corporation, director at Pitcairn Financial Group, and managing partner at Abele Kerr Investments. Chris mentors startups in the good food space, provides market-level due diligence for potential investors, and connects the most innovative and disruptive good food companies with an array of potential funders.</p>
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<h3 class="staffTitle normalFont mobile-text-center">Senior Communications Specialist </h3>
<p class="staffBio headerFont">Emily is a graduate from UNC Chapel Hill’s School of Journalism and a former writer and editor for Food News Media, where she reported on the food industry and the structures that govern it. Emily has volunteered with a number of organizations seeking to connect low-income families with sustainable plant-based foods and nutritional education. As GFI's senior communications specialist, Emily shares the story of the good-food future and works with food startups on media strategy.&nbsp;<br></p>
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<h3 class="staffTitle normalFont mobile-text-center">Innovation Coordinator</h3>
<p class="staffBio headerFont">Cameron holds a degree in biology with distinction from Carleton College. He has interned and worked for several nonprofit organizations, including Animal Charity Evaluators and Citizens for Farm Animal Protection, a project of the Humane Society of the United States. Cameron enables GFI to achieve its mission as rapidly as possible by finding the best talent to grow our team.</p>
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<p class="staffBio headerFont">Toube (pron. "Toby") brings more than 15 years of executive assistant experience from tech startups and the banking industry to GFI. She is passionate about creating a healthier, more compassionate world and serves as a consultant for California State University and Chico’s Town Hall Meeting program on the topic of the humane treatment of animals. Toube also holds a certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies.</p>
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<p class="staffBio headerFont">After graduating from the University of California at Berkeley with a degree
in economics, Milena went on to earn a doctorate in psychology from the Wright
Institute, where she developed expertise in dietary behavior change. Milena currently holds an academic position as director of counseling psychology at the
Wright Institute. She has also partnered with a number of nonprofit
organizations to promote the wide-ranging benefits of a plant-strong diet. Milena is a California state councilmember for The Humane Society of the United States
and speaks nationally on the psychology of dietary and social change. Milena organizes meetups for good-food entrepreneurs and advises GFI on consumer behavior.&nbsp;</p>
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<p class="staffBio headerFont">Jaime graduated with honors from Longwood University in Virginia. Shortly thereafter she moved to California and began a career in corporate sales. Jaime’s experience is focused in the restaurant and hospitality industry, having worked with industry leaders such as OpenTable, Daiya Foods and HotSchedules. She is encouraged by the growing focus of putting plants at the center of the plate, and as an advisor to GFI, she helps to connect chefs and restaurant operators with leading innovators and innovations in plant-based and “clean” (i.e., cultured) meat, dairy, and eggs.</p>
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<p class="staffBio headerFont">Jamie Macfarlane is a political and brand communications specialist and is currently completing an MBA at Stanford Business School. He spent five years with communications group WPP, where he ran election campaigns across the world. He served as a high level communications advisor to the Prime Ministers of Kosovo and Croatia and led the digital campaign of the democracy movement in Cambodia. Jamie also has extensive experience working with major consumer brands, designing advertising campaigns for Unilever, Carlsberg, Red Bull, and GSK. Jamie supports GFI through engaging in social science research and by representing us in social science coalitions related to plant based and clean meat research.</p>
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<h3 class="staffTitle normalFont mobile-text-center">Senior Advisor</h3>
<p class="staffBio headerFont">As an advisor to GFI, Jacqueline assists restaurants and wholesale distributors with improving and expanding their plant-based offerings. She has enjoyed a diverse career spanning both public and private sectors, most recently as a Senior Account Executive for Open Table, working with local and national restaurant chains as well as independent operators. She graduated magna cum laude from the University of Virginia.</p>
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<p class="staffBio headerFont">Michael is an entrepreneur and student who is currently pursuing a degree in Business Management, specializing in Entrepreneurship, at the University of Maryland. He co-founded Citizens of Earth, an organization that works to foster sustainable food production and create edible landscapes. In 2014, he received his certification as a Permaculture Designer from the Permaculture Research Institute of Australia. Michael is passionate about living a sustainable, plant-based lifestyle.&nbsp;</p>
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<p class="staffBio headerFont">Gibb is a student at the University of California<b>,&nbsp;</b>San Diego where he is pursuing a double major in Mathematics and Economics. He read Peter Singer’s <i>Animal Liberation</i> in a philosophy class his freshman year and came to realize how incorporating more plant-based options has immense benefits to human health, animal welfare, and the environment. He is excited to combine his passions for sustainability and innovation by helping The Good Food Institute get more plant-based options in stores and restaurants.</p>
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<p class="staffBio headerFont">Nick is currently pursuing a master's degree in Environmental Science &amp; Policy at the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago. Growing up in rural East Texas, Nick developed a love of the outdoors and a curiosity about the natural world. He combined his passions for research and environmentalism and aims to work at the intersection of markets, food production, and environmental policy.&nbsp;</p>
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<p class="staffBio headerFont">Natalie earned her J.D. From Boston College Law School in 2016 and her B.A. in English and Political Science from Boston College in 2013. She has a deep love for animals and is dedicated to advocating for their legal rights and care. Natalie also currently works as an intern in the dog behavior department at the Peninsula Humane Society. She is thrilled to be able to use her legal background in service of animals, the environment, and the future of food.</p>
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<h3 class="staffTitle normalFont mobile-text-center">Research Fellow</h3>
<p class="staffBio headerFont">Miranda is a food scientist working in R&amp;D for the natural foods industry who has won several new product awards, including a&nbsp;<i>Vegetarian Times</i>&nbsp;Foodie Award. She holds a master’s degree in Food Science from Kansas State University and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in International Development from Tulane University. Miranda also volunteers at Compatible Technology International providing technical assistance for food processing projects in developing countries to improve the incomes and nutrition of smallholder farmers and their families. At GFI, she supports food entrepreneurs and scientists interested in plant-based foods by researching plant-based ingredient functionality.&nbsp;</p>
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<h3 class="staffTitle normalFont mobile-text-center">Science and Technology Intern</h3>
<p class="staffBio headerFont">Katelyn is a student at Bellevue College studying math and science in the state of Washington. She plans to study Chemical Engineering to contribute to the ongoing pursuit of a sustainable food system and future. She believes the skills and techniques chemical engineers are equipped with can help to ethically design and manufacture clean meat. Her long-time passion for veganism has motivated her to help find a way to address the environmental impacts our diets have on the world’s resources.&nbsp;</p>
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<p class="staffBio headerFont">Yad is an experienced software professional with a passion for animal rights and the environment. Armed with an insatiable curiosity, Yad aims to be a part of the solution to the big problems that earthlings face. As an intern at GFI, Yad envisions using technology to tackle these problems and bring positive change to the world's many varied residents.</p>
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<p class="staffBio headerFont">Based in Denmark, Valentin is a biotechnology MSc from the University of Copenhagen. Led by the conviction that a more humane and sustainable future of animal products is possible and motivated by the social isolation felt as a vegan at barbecues, he wants to use his knowledge to help bring about the cellular agriculture revolution.</p>
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<p>HRH Prince Khaled bin Alwaleed, an advocate of animal rights and a proponent of healthy living, believes in a bevy of clean and green methodologies. Khaled, having enthusiastically adopted a vegan lifestyle and energy efficient alternatives, is an avid healthpreneur. As a business figure, a technology enthusiast, and the founding chairman of KBW Investments, Khaled has holdings on five continents. He invests in diverse global businesses and early-stage ventures, including those in advanced technology and clean energy, at the intersection of innovation and economic stability. A member of the Saudi Arabian royal family, Khaled is a motivated spokesperson for entrepreneurs in the Middle East and endeavors to educate on animal rights while advocating the benefits of sustainability and going green. In his capacity as chairman of the elected Saudi Green Building Forum Trustee Board, he works to advance Saudi Arabia’s green building targets.<br></p>
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<p>Josh Balk is
co-founder of Hampton Creek, one of the fastest-growing food
technology companies in the marketplace today. Josh works full time
at The Humane Society of the United States where he helps build
start-up companies in the food tech arena. He also works with the
world’s largest food companies, such as Walmart, McDonald’s, and
Starbucks, to create more humane, sustainable purchasing policies.
<i>The New York Times</i>,
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<p>Since Ryan
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42 biotech startups, including companies building the post-animal
bioeconomy: Clara Foods, Memphis Meats, Gelzen, New Wave, and
Pembient. Previously, Ryan headed the Life Sciences Prize Group at
the XPRIZE Foundation and co-founded Berkeley Biolabs in
addition to serving as its CEO. He is co-founder of Sudo Room,
Counter Culture Labs, Lab Launch, and The Open Source Insulin
Project as well. Ryan also helped catalyze the early biohacker
movement starting in 2008.</p>
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Dr. Yaron Bogin serves as CEO of The Modern Agriculture Foundation (MAF), an Israeli non-profit organization that promotes the research, development, and commercialization of clean meat. Dr. Bogin holds a Ph.D. in cell biology from the Technion - Israel's Institute Technology - and also holds degrees from Tel Aviv University and the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. MAF is a sister organization to GFI and works closely with GFI to advance clean meat as a viable way to feed the world.
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<p>Kevin
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plant-based restaurant company in the United States. He is also a
founding partner of Powerplant Ventures, which invests in emerging
growth companies that deliver better nutrition in more sustainable
and ethical ways by making it easier and more enjoyable to consume
plant-based products. Kevin spent the first 10 of his more than 25
years in finance at investment bank Drexel Burnham Lambert as senior
vice president and the subsequent 15 years at his own firm, Standard
Capital Group.&nbsp;</p>
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entrepreneurs in creating and building the next generation of
enterprise companies. He
has helped establish and grow multiple businesses to market-leading
positions. Asheem has appeared on the <i>Forbes</i>
Midas list of top technology investors for the past several years. &nbsp;</p>
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Michael Christie is a patent and trade mark attorney with a technical background in biotechnology. He assists entrepreneurs and start-ups through to large research institutes and multinational corporations to identify, protect, and enforce their inventions. Before working as a patent attorney, Michael worked as a post-doctoral scientist at the Max Planck Institute in Tuebingen, Germany and as a commercialization analyst at an Australian technology transfer company. Michael holds a bachelor's degree in biotechnology (with honors), a Ph.D. in Molecular Biology, a Masters Degree in Intellectual Property, and a Graduate Certificate in Research Commercialization.
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Liz Dee is changing the conversation about food production and sustainable business through her dynamic experiential base as a company executive, ethical vegan, and angel investor. As co-owner and executive vice president of <a href="https://web.archive.org/web/20170725094824/http://www.smarties.com/" target="_blank">Smarties Candy Company</a> and CEO of Baleine &amp; Bjorn Capital LLC, Liz provides unique insights into the future of food production, agro-business safety, and the shifting trajectory toward conscious business models. Liz has been featured on CNN Money and in&nbsp;<i>The New York Times</i>,&nbsp;<i>The Globe and Mail</i>, and&nbsp;the&nbsp;<i>Toronto Star</i>, among other publications. She shares updates on <a href="https://web.archive.org/web/20170725094824/https://www.facebook.com/TheLizDee" target="_blank">Facebook</a>, <a href="https://web.archive.org/web/20170725094824/https://twitter.com/thelizdee" target="_blank">Twitter</a>, and <a href="https://web.archive.org/web/20170725094824/https://www.instagram.com/thelizdee/" target="_blank">Instagram</a>.
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Welfare Trust in 2001, which provides grants to students and
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Nicole Negowetti is a Clinical Instructor at Harvard Law School’s Food Law and Policy Clinic. In 2016 - 2017, she served as GFI’s Policy Director. Nicole was an Associate Professor of Law at the Valparaiso University School of Law from 2011 - 2016. Nicole serves on the Food &amp; Drug Law Journal Editorial Advisory Board and is a founding member of the Academy of Food Law &amp; Policy. She is also a co-founder of the Northwest Indiana Food Council, whose mission is to build a just, sustainable, and thriving locally-oriented food system.
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Inc., and vice president of purchasing for Metz Culinary Management,
a top 20 management company running foodservice operations in
college, hospital, K–12,
and other segments, as well as franchisee restaurants and hotels.
Craig is especially interested in helping plant-based companies
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Medical School. Since 2002, he has served as professor of vascular
physiology at Maastricht University and professor of angiogenesis in
tissue engineering at the Technical University Eindhoven. Since 2008,
he has worked on creating "clean" meat (i.e., cultured meat), including a highly publicized
project to produce a clean meat hamburger, which was funded by Google co-founder
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Matthew Prescott is Senior Food Policy Director for The Humane Society of the United States. For over a decade and a half, Prescott has spearheaded efforts to reform our food system and global diet. His work has led to sweeping changes in the supply chains of over 100 major food companies and impacted countless individuals' diets. Prescott is a leading figure in the global movement to reform the way we farm and eat-he's a sought-after speaker, published writer and thought leader on the topic, having lectured and spoken at Ivy League universities, Fortune 500 food companies, and more.<br>
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Robb is a senior fellow with the Ewing Marion Kauffman
Foundation. She is also founder and CEO of Next Wave Ventures,
which has launched two angel funds and training programs focused on
bringing more women into angel investing. Alicia is a visiting
scholar with the University of California at Berkeley and the
University of Colorado at Boulder. She is founder and former
executive director and board chair of the Foundation for Sustainable
Development, an international development organization. Alicia
currently serves on the board of the National Advisory Council for
Minority Business Enterprise, the Advisory Board for Global
Entrepreneurship Week, and the Deming Center Venture Fund. She is
also a guest contributor to outlets such as <i>The
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<p>As founder of The Culinary Architects, Maggie transforms
food categories and innovates products. She is focused on shifting the way
people eat and is considered a thought leader in natural, organic, and plant
based solutions. She has influenced and launched more than 100 successful
products in her 20 years in the CPG industry. Maggie is a Certified Food
Scientist from the Institute of Food Technologists and holds a B.S. in Food
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<p>Chad
Sarno is vice president of Plant-Based Wellness at Rouxbe online
culinary school. Previously, Chad launched a boutique plant-based
restaurant brand throughout Europe, developed innovative health and
wellness initiatives as culinary media spokesperson for Whole Foods
Market’s global healthy eating program, and partnered with numerous
physicians to bring culinary education into the forefront of the
wellness and prevention conversation. Chad is co-author of <i>Crazy
Sexy Kitchen: 150 Plant-Empowered Recipes to Ignite a Mouthwatering
Revolution</i>
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Sarno is Whole Foods Market’s senior global executive chef,
overseeing national recipe and product development, training team
members on healthy eating initiatives, and catering all of the
company’s leadership dinners and major executive board events.
Derek is founder of a sustainable farm and learning center and former
owner of several critically acclaimed restaurants and catering
businesses. Derek is also co-founder with his brother of
WickedHealthyFood.com, a thriving plant-based community with a large
social media following that inspires increased plant consumption.</p>
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in Vienna, focusing his dissertation on "clean" (i.e., cultured) and plant-based
alternatives to animal products. In 2005, he founded the project
Future Food, which gathers and presents a worldwide portfolio of
alternatives to animal products for human nutrition, as well as
possible future technologies for food production, such as
biofermentation and clean meat.</p>
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space companies that create or disrupt multibillion-dollar markets.
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science investments. He is also a consulting professor in the School
of Medicine at Stanford University and serves on the board of
directors of Max Healthcare based in New Delhi, India.</p>
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<p>Shen Tong is a serial entrepreneur and
impact investor. He has more than 30 food innovation investments in addition to
media tech and other high-tech investments. Shen is founder and managing
partner of Food Future. One of <i>Newsweek</i>’s
1989 People of the Year, he was an organizer of the democracy movement that
occupied Tiananmen Square while he was at Beijing University. After his exile
to the U.S., he finished his undergraduate degree at Brandeis University and
went on to doctoral programs at Boston University and Harvard University. Shen
became an entrepreneur in the 1990s, founding B&amp;B Media and VFinity and
serving on directorial and advisory boards, including those for Food Tank,
Change Food, and Poets &amp; Writers. He founded FOOD-X in 2014 and is also a
venture partner of SOSV, the accelerator VC and a global multi-stage venture
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Uma Valeti, M.D., is CEO of the "clean" (i.e., cultured) meat company Memphis Meats and is laser focused on advancing the commercial viability of meat farmed directly from real meat cells. A cardiologist by training, Uma believes that meat that is safe and sustainable should be good for the body and the soul. Uma has extensive business experience and is an investor in a variety of food and tech companies. In addition to his many contributions in health sciences, he wants his biggest contribution to be leading the development of a profitable and a world positive future food system. Fun fact: Uma has rescued several people in cardiac arrest.
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Vitka brings more than three decades of experience as a strategic
financial adviser to clients in the private and social benefit
sectors. Her clients have consisted of startups, Fortune 100
companies, and sovereign wealth funds, among others. She is an active
early stage investor and adviser, with particular interest in life
sciences, nutrition and agriculture, and the environment. Susan has
served on numerous boards in the U.S. and abroad, including those of
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Eron Zehavi is the founder and CEO of WellNest, an on-demand platform that provides in-home health and wellness services with trained professionals. Prior to WellNest, he was the co-founder and chief rewards officer of Swagbucks, the web's largest and most engaged rewards and loyalty community, with more than $100 million in distributed rewards upon his departure. Eron is also a socially conscious consultant and investor with a focus on food education and reform, having worked with the Food Revolution Network and Thrive Market. He is committed to his family and friends and creating a happy, healthy, harmonious, and compassionate world.
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