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Fix the future of food by 2025? Challenge accepted

"Be Bold. Get Out. Let Go. Make Stuff. Bet Small. Move Fast."

Denver Lewis, Jenna Fitch

December 18, 2016

12 Slides

Change is always hard, but it doesn’t have to be. At New Hope's Esca Bona (un)Conference 2016, we worked with Future Partners to create an out-of-the-box day packed with exercises from embodying Beyonce to making movie stars of ourselves. 

We were faced with a difficult challenge: fix the broken food system to create a more sustainable and healthy model by 2025. 

It was inspiring. It was interactive. It gave us just the mindset we needed to get out there in our own companies and communities as change makers. 

Surrounded by roughly 120 thought leaders, there seemed to be no better group to tackle this steep challenge. Have roughly two minutes to spare? Check out some of the moonshot ideas born from the Blitz.

About the Author(s)

Denver Lewis

Community and Conference Content Manager, New Hope Network

As Community and Conference Content Manager, Denver is passionate about educating and supporting the growth of early stage natural products brands, strengthening understanding of the investment landscape and providing a platform for storytelling, with a focus on mission-driven business.

Jenna Fitch

Community & Conference Content Director, New Hope Network

Jenna is the Community and Conference Content Director at New Hope Network. In this role she is passionate about using education and relationship building to connect and empower stakeholders in the natural and organic products industry. Prior to serving in this role at New Hope, Jenna led digital content production for the NEXT Accelerator, an educational platform for entrepreneurs, as well as supported exhibitors and attendees as customer and exhibitor service representative for shows such as NBJ Summit and Natural Products Expos East and West.

An avid outdoorsperson, environmentalist and conscious leadership aficionado, Jenna committed her time before New Hope to working with organizations such as the Outdoor Industry Association, Restorative Leadership Institute, CU Leeds Professional Mentorship Program and the Lake Champlain Committee.  She earned an MBA from the University of Colorado at Boulder, Leeds School of Business, as well as an undergraduate degree in Environmental Studies with a certificate from the Program in Community Action and Public Policy from Connecticut College.  

When not obsessing about climate change, sustainable packaging, politics, or regenerative agriculture, you’ll likely find her hiking in Colorado with Oscar the Black Lab, playing beach volleyball or laughing out loud to Wait Wait…Don’t Tell me!  
 

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