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iEat Green – Adrienne Esposito- Citizen’s Campaign for the Environment – 08.16.18

Adrienne Esposito, Executive Director; Citizen’s Campaign for the Environment Adrienne holds a degree in Geology and Environmental Science from CW Post University.  She is a co-founder and Executive Director of Citizens Campaign for the Environment and has been with the organization for 34 years. Adrienne is an outspoken advocate for protecting public health and our environment. She works with a …

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iEat Green – Chef Marcus Guiliano – chef, green restaurateur & real food activist

Chef Marcus Guiliano is an award-winning chef, green restaurateur & real food activist. Devoting his career to a whole food, whole life approach, Chef Marcus marries healthy food with ethically and socially responsible sustainable business practices. Marcus is a wine & craft beer expert specializing is small independent brands. Chef Marcus & Aroma Thyme has been featured on CNN, Dr …

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iEat Green – Robert Lee – Rescuing Leftover Cuisine – 07.26.18

Robert Lee is the co-founder of Rescuing Leftover Cuisine, Inc., a non profit food rescue organization, operating in 16 cities and headquartered in New York City. Rescuing Leftover Cuisine provides solutions to prevent excess wholesome cuisine from being wasted by providing services such as food waste consulting, excess food delivery, co-branding services, and tax credit assistance. Robert is a Gates …

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iEat Green – Ryan Madden- Long Island Progressive Coalition – 07.19.18

Ryan Madden is a climate activist and the Sustainability Organizer for the Long Island Progressive Coalition. The Long Island Progressive Coalition is a grassroots organization dedicated to promoting sustainable development, revitalizing local communities, enhancing human dignity, creating effective democracy, and achieving economic, social and racial justice. Ryan has a BA in Political Science & Environmental Studies from SUNY Binghamton. He …

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iEat Green – Debbie Hillman – Food, Farms, and Democracy Writer/Research – 07.12.18

Born in Chicago, Illinois, now living in Evanston, IL since 1976, Debbie began her career as a professional gardener for 25 years (ornamental design, installation, maintenance) and as a cabinet-making apprentice for 5 years. She is a steadfast community activist, having worked on neighborhood zoning; Complete Streets (pedestrian, bicycle, and public transportation), alternative energy (wind), hands-on education, local economies, civic …

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iEat Green – Raquel Jacquez- Sylvia Center – 07.06.18

Raquel is the Communications and Partnerships Manager at The Sylvia Center, a NY- based nonprofit that is focused on nutrition education and youth development. Raquel was born and raised in the Central Valley of California. Growing up in the rural town of Bakersfield provided her with unique insight into various layers of our food system, including agri-business, farmworkers’ rights, and …

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iEat Green – Graham Riches – Author of Food Bank Nations, Professor and Emeritus of University of BC – 06.26.18

Graham Riches, is emeritus professor of social work at the University of British Columbia. He was a VSO volunteer in Sarawak (1960-61) before studying at Cambridge and LSE, later practicing community work in London and Liverpool (UK) then teaching social policy as a social work educator in Hong Kong (HKU), Australia (James Cook University) and in Canada at the University …

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iEat Green – Pat O’Neill- Founder and CEO to Amp Your Good – 06.14.18

Patrick O’Neill is the Founder and CEO of Amp Your Good (Amp Your Good is a Founding Partner of the #GiveHealthy Movement). After graduating from West Point and serving on active duty in the US Army, he began a private sector career spanning real estate, energy, technology and social enterprise. He has founded, co- founded and led several companies and …