Sheryl WuDunn

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The first Asian-American reporter to win a Pulitzer Prize, Sheryl WuDunn has journeyed through several industries, from banking to journalism and beyond, pulling together critical insights…

Aidan Reilly

After being sent home due to the pandemic during his junior year at Brown University, Aidan had to put his work as a production assistant/independent filmmaker on…

Will Collier

After helping build The Farmlink Project, Will started in his role as a consulting analyst at Accenture and has been working there for almost…

Ben Collier

Ben Collier is a founding member of Farmlink who’s always focused on developing the food-facing operations of the organization. At Farmlink…

James Kanoff

James Kanoff is the co-founder and CEO of the Farmlink Project, a nonprofit movement on a mission to transform the food system to feed families in need while fighting…