After receiving a BA in Marketing and MSC in General Management, Pietro worked for big Multi-national Corporations such as Kraft Food, Kimberly Clark and Sutter S.P.A. in marketing and product innovation. In 2014, he moved to Edinburgh to join the International MBA program @ Edinburgh University Business School. Following school, he worked for Somfy Group (one of the leading company in home automation) as a marketing consultant. In December, 2015, he joined Eattiamo as their General Manager, a startup created with 3 former highschool mates. Here he can combine his professional skill with his passion for food.
Make Longevity Happen! Janine is a longevity expert and founder of Panoramic Living. Panoramic Living provides a comprehensive view of life that helps you understand and implement the evidence based principles of healthy happy aging. Janine's experience spans twenty plus years implementing programs to enhance client experience at all levels: individual, employee, company and customer. As a consultant, motivational speaker and Blue Zone® Coach⃰, …
Yemi Amu is the co-founder of Oko Farms and the Farm Manager at the Moore Street Farm. She leads all of Oko Farms' design/build projects and directs all of its educational programs.She has facilitated the creation and maintenance of 20 edible spaces (in NYC) at schools and community organizations including a rooftop farm in Crown Heights and a 1/4 acre farm at the Weeksville …
Costa Boutsikaris is an award winning filmmaker based out of Upstate New York. He graduated from Mason Gross School of the Arts with a BA in Visual Arts and began his first feature documentary INHABIT:A Permaculture Perspective, driving around the Northeast for two years documenting permaculture design strategies. Costa shot, directed and edited INHABIT and it premiered in March 2015 screening all across the the USA winning multiple awards including the Audience Choice Award at the Princeton Environmental Film Festival and Yale Environmental Film Festival. He has also been creating content for small farms and design courses helping promoting sustainable ideas and learning opportunities through film. When not working with cameras he works with a forestry crew managing woodlands and wildlife habitats in the Finger- lakes Region.
Edie Feinstein is the Managing Director of Brooklyn
FoodWorks, a food incubator and shared commercial
kitchen facility in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. She was born and
raised in NYC and previously worked at Dinner Lab, a
national pop-up dining company. She loves baking bread,
hosting dinner parties, and eating all kinds of seafood.
Eveline Hartz is RN,BSN (SUNY at Buffalo 1984) and certified Holistic Health Coach (Institute of Integrative Nutrition 2008). She has followed GMO’s since 2004 and has been involved with local efforts to pass GE/GMO labeling legislation in NY and has given numerous workshops on this subject. (Facebook: LabelItWNY). Eveline is currently chair of the WOYP committee has been an active member since the first WOYP …
Brenda Sanders is a food justice activist in Baltimore City who has dedicated her life to fighting for vulnerable populations. As a community organizer, Brenda has coordinated events like The Vegan Living Program, an annual 6-week vegan education program, Eating for Life, a plant-based cooking workshop and Vegan SoulFest, a festival that celebrates culture and the vegan lifestyle. Brenda promotes veganism in her social justice work because it’s a lifestyle that addresses health issues, environmental destruction and animal abuse while giving individuals the ability to effect real, positive change in the world.
Jo Stepaniak is the author of numerous groundbreaking books on vegan cuisine, health, and compassionate living. She has dealt with multiple food sensitivities and chronic digestive issues and understands firsthand the challenges of living with dietary restrictions. Her goal is to help vegans, regardless of their health or dietary obstacles, live their values with joy, not fear.
Can you get cocky when using the Law of Attraction? Absolutely yes, because being cocky or arrogant actual puts you out of alignment with your source energy, which is where all the bad stuff happens. This week we talk about the difference between “fake it ’til you make it” and “being cocky”, and how to avoid putting your wrong foot forward unintentionally.