Please join us for our Princeton Studies Food/Princeton Environmental Institute Reunions Weekend panel, Princeton Entrepreneurs: Designing the Future for Food, on Friday, May 27, from 10:30 to noon, in Frist Campus Center 302.
The panel will be moderated by Kelly Caylor, co-founder of Princeton Studies Food, associate professor, CEE and PEI and head of the Environmental Certificate Program. Caylor is an entrepreneur in his own right – he and colleague Adam Wolf developed the Pulsepod soil sensor for agriculture and created their Arable Labs company around it.
Gordon Douglas MD ‘55 and co-founder, Princeton Studies Food will introduce the panel and the panelists and briefly discuss the work of our group.
Panelists are Jason Aramburu ‘07, Founder and CEO, EDYN; Alex Lorestani *15, Founder and CEO, Gelzen; David Benzaquen, Founder and CEO, PlantBased Solutions; and Shana Weber, director of PU Office of Sustainability.
Aramburu spoke at the inaugural Princeton Studies Food conference in October 2014; Benzaquen was a panelist at our February 2016 Food Entrepreneurship symposium.