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Karyn Knox

Chief Development and Partnerships Officer
Educated Choices Program

Karyn Knox serves as the Chief Development and Partnerships Officer for the Educated Choices Program (ECP), an international academic non-profit organization focused on providing free science-based education surrounding the impact of food choices and our current food system on human and planetary health. As CDPO, she has spoken at numerous conferences about education's critical role in food-related behavioral change, including the 15th International Conference for Climate Change in Vancouver, the Massachusetts Council on Aging Conference in Boston, and Plant Based World Expo NA in NYC. Karyn is committed to helping people create a healthier life and planet and is dedicated to empowering individuals to be the change they want to see in the world. She firmly believes that when people are given the proper information and opportunity to make positive changes for themselves and the world around them, they will rise to the occasion! Karyn holds degrees in Non-Profit Management and Wildlife Conservation and has years of experience working within the non-profit sector. She brings with her a unique perspective on education's role in behavioral change and how the younger generation thinks about and accepts the concepts surrounding alternative proteins, plant-forward dietary choices and their widespread impact

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Panel Discussion: Alternative proteins: Triumphant march or precarious balancing act? Unveiling the 'elephants in the room'

The 'elephants in the room' for alternative proteins include but are not limited to scalability issues, environmental impact assessments, regulatory frameworks, addressing consumer skepticism...

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April 24, 2024
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