Lalu has over 10 years of experience leveraging relationships, data and insights to build brands and value for her customers.
Kevin’s roots hold true to Prairie Crossing, the small conservation community he grew up in in the far northern suburbs of Chicago. The fragility of our natural ecosystems and the cause & effect relationship of human impact on the plant was instilled at an early age.
Kit earned her B.S. in environmental studies and sustainability from Northern Michigan University in May of 2021. Fresh from her undergrad education, Kit has an intense passion for environmental, social, and economic sustainability.
Josh is an experienced product professional focused on reducing environmental impacts and democratizing food production in Milwaukee, WI, and beyond. Josh graduated with a B.A. in Environmental Sciences from the University of Iowa and has an MBA from Antioch University.
Sue has dedicated over 20 years in contracted food service, self operated food service, and retail food settings. During this time, she had the great responsibility and privilege of ensuring school age children at eight Menasha Wisconsin district buildings received high quality, nutritious meals through the food service program.
Sue is passionate about providing kids with healthy meals and has lived the mission through operating a 12 system Flex Farm while at the Menasha Joint School District. Sue embraced the operational and logistical challenges of managing a school nutrition program and viewed it as a wonderful opportunity to be creative to encourage kids to develop healthy eating habits.
Sue has been a School Nutrition Association member for over 20 years and was recognized as the SNA Midwest Regional Director of the Year. She has served on the School Nutrition Association of Wisconsin Executive Board and currently sits on the Fox Valley Technical College Culinary Advisory Board. Sue is also Servsafe Certified.
Sue is a proud graduate of UW Stout with a degree in Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management. She currently lives in Wisconsin with her husband and two dogs and spends her spare time visiting with her two sons, daughter-in-law and granddaughter, gardening, cooking, boating and fishing.
Megan originally hails from the northern suburbs of Chicago, but for the last 10 years, she has called Wisconsin home. Megan graduated from St. Norbert College with a B.S in philosophy and political science. She returned to her alma mater to complete her M.B.A in 2019.
Throughout his adult life, Terence (“T-Ray”) has been involved in community affairs. With a particular focus on civics, politics, community education and development issues.
He was an active member during the formative years of the Milwaukee Chapter of 100 Black Men of America, a community leadership and mentoring organization with chapters across the United States and abroad, serving as Internal Vice President for several years.
Terence was also a founding member (along with Richard Badger, Al Holmes & Vanessa Johnson) and first Executive Director of the Milwaukee Fatherhood Initiative (MFI), an organization dedicated to reducing father absence in Milwaukee.
Gil is a self-proclaimed recovering attorney with more than three decades of management, partnership development and hydroponics experience.
Andy has over 15 years of experience leading operations, driving innovation, and executing on technology solutions for both start-up and mature organizations.
Alex is the co-founder of Fork Farms and the inventor of its farming technology and methods. He is a former opera singer with 10 years of leadership experience in the social service sector, who works to inspire vast food system change across communities.
Steve is widely known for his work with experience-based design methodology and creating thought-leading, innovative customer experiences in a wide variety of industries.