San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Mark your calendar for a special edition of EXPOSED. On Tuesday, December 6th, EXPOSED 2016 returns for an intimate evening ft. experts in the food, wellness and social impact industry who will share how they built their sustainable business while living a positive lifestyle. Dont loose track of your mental wellness and physical health, and come meet like-minded people to aid you in your journey.
Tuesday, December 6 2016, 6pm-9pm
26 Broadway, 8th Fl., New York, NY 10003
The evening will kick off with a presentation by Jessica Minhas, Founder & CEO of I’ll Go First, following a keynote by Garrett Broad, Assistant Professor at Fordham University and author of More Than Just Food: Food Justice and Community Change, to a live green juice workshop by Abdusalam Abajabal, Owner Operator of Oasis Jimma Juice Bar and ending with a stimulating panel conversation between Lisa Skye Hain, Co-Founder of Primary, Michael Wystrach, Co-Founder & CEO of FRESHLY, Lauren Imparato, Author of RETOX & Founder of I.AM.YOU Studio, Andrew Ive, Managng Director of FOOD-X and Dr. Aaron T. Dossey, President, Founder and Owner of All Things Bugs LLC; moderated by Dina Kaplan, Founder of The Path. EXPOSED 2016 is a preview event of EXPOSED.
6:00pm Registration & Refreshments
6:30pm Presentation by Jessica Minhas, Founder & CEO of I’ll Go First
6:40pm Keynote by Garrett Broad, Assistant Professor at Fordham University and author of More Than Just Food: Food Justice and Community Change
6:50pm Green Juice Workshop by Abdusalam Abajebel, Owner Operator of Oasis Jimma Juice Bar
7:00pm Panel on "Our Current State of Food & Wellnes as a Consumer and Innovative Venture"
8:00pm Networking & Refreshments
WHAT TO EXPECT
– Presentation by Jessica Minhas, Founder of I’ll Go First
– Keynote by Garrett Broad, Assistant Professor at Fordham and author of More Than Just Food: Food Justice and Community Change.
– Enjoy a live green juice demo, and learn how to prepare green juices with Abdusalam Abajebel, Owner Operator of Oasis Jimma Juice Bar in NYC.
– The opportunity to meet and connect with forward-thinking individuals representing the food, wellness, health, beauty, social enterprise, and investment sectors.
– Networking over drinks, Oasis Juice Bar, REBBL, Harmless Harvest, TAO Family, SunUp Green Coffee and Kopali Chocolate, Bare Snacks, Purely Elizabeth, and Manitoba Harvest Snacks.
Jessica Minhas, Founder and CEO of I'll Go First
Jessica Minhas is a human rights advocate, author, social entrepreneur, and media commentator who makes complex human rights issues relevant, understandable and actionable for audiences of all ages. For the past 12 years Jessica has worked in media, carefully producing inspiring media content on complex human rights issues; and the survivor advocacy space, crafting economic empowerment programs and investigations on behalf of sex trafficking victims. This pursuit is borne from passion– everything she does is colored by a commitment to shed light on issues normally silenced in shame, and offer hope to those without it. She challenges audiences to think globally, empowers them to find their purpose, and cultivate their unique voices for the common good. In addition to her humanitarian work, Jessica is the Founder and CEO of I'll Go First, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to leveraging media and technology in order to provide remote psychosocial care to marginalized trauma populations throughout the developing world, and is working on her first book- an investigative memoir entitled, “I’ll Go First”- following her personal journey of searching for her biological family and finding her life's calling. Jessica graduated from the University of Central Florida, and has completed graduate studies work in Journalism at NYU, and in Global Mental Health Trauma and Refugee Recovery with Harvard Medical School. She has been honored as a Rising Leader by the Vital Voices Global Leadership Awards, is a recipient of a Noble Award on behalf of The Blind Project, and is currently a Hive Global Leader, a New York New Abolitionist, a Global Shaper on behalf of the World Economic Forum and a United Nations Global Accelerator.
Garrett Broad, Assistant Professor at Fordham University and author of More Than Just Food: Food Justice and Community ChangeGarrett Broad is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication and Media Studies at Fordham University. His research investigates the impacts of globalization, storytelling and communication technology in shaping contemporary communities and networked movements for social change. Much of his work focuses on the challenges and possibilities of environmental sustainability in the digital age, with particular attention granted to local and global food systems. His first book, More Than Just Food: Food Justice and Community Change, was published by the University of California Press in 2016. For more information visit www.garrettbroad.com
LIVE FRUIT JUICE DEMO
Abdusalam Abajebel, Owner Operator of Oasis Jimma Juice Bar
Abdusalam’s story starts in Ethiopia, where he, grew up working in his father’s clinic, treating patients homeopathically with roots and herbs from their family farm. After political turmoil broke out in his hometown of Jimma, Abdulsalam fled to Kenya to live in a refugee camp for five years. Shortly after arriving in America, Abdulsalam rediscovered the passion he’d found while working at his father’s clinic. This inspired Abdulsalam to open Oasis Jimma Juice Bar in Harlem. Today, people from near and far travel the byways of New York City to get the best in fresh food and beverages. And the rest of the story is…healthy. For more information visit oasisjimmajuice.com
THE MODERATOR & PANEL
Dina Kaplan, Founder and President of The Path
Dina Kaplan is Founder and President of the The Path, which teaches ancient meditation techniques in a modern way. The Path teaches meditations throughout New York and at SXSW, Sundance, and elsewhere around the country. It has taught meditation to thousands of people and has been featured in The New York Times and the London Sunday Times. For more information visit www.thepath.com
Andrew Ive, Managing Director of FOOD-X
Andrew is the Managing Director at Food-X responsible for building, innovating and supporting the emerging Food-X ecosystem. Andrew has spent the last twenty years focused on innovation, developing high-growth businesses opportunities and as a business advisor in multiple verticals. Holding an MBA from the Harvard Graduate School of Business, his first product, the X-IT Ladder, is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Reach out to Andrew if you want to join Food-X. For more information visit www.food-x.com and follow @foodxhealth on twitter, facebook and @foodxmovement on instagram.
Lisa Skye Hain, Co-Founder of Primary
Lisa is the Co-Founder of Primary an innovative office space in Lower Manhattan with lush plant walls, an on-site fitness studio with shower facilities, a full-service espresso bar, and sweeping views of Battery Park with the ethos of: ‘You work best when you feel great.’ For more information visit www.liveprimary.com and follow @liveprimary on twitter, facebook and instagram.
Michael Wystrach, Co-Founder & CEO of FRESHLY
Michael Wystrach is the CEO and co-founder of Freshly, a healthy meal delivery service offering nutrient-packed dishes with restaurant-quality taste. Wystrach brings over ten years of experience in the food industry, as well as backgrounds in finance, real estate, and multiple startups. For more information visit www.freshly.com and follow @getfreshly on twitter, instagram and @freshly on facebook.
Lauren Imparato, Author of RETOX & Founder of I.AM.YOU Studio
Author of RETOX, the #1 International Best Seller, featured on Dr. Oz, and named one of the 100 Women in Wellness & Elle’s This is 30. Lauren Imparato resigned her job as a VP on the Wall Street Trading floors of Morgan Stanley in 2009 to launch I.AM.YOU, a wellness lifestyle company based on Yoga, Nourishment, Mindset and Music. In her NYC flagship studio and across the globe she is renowned for her real approach to health, and wellness for real people living real, modern lives. For more information visit www.RETOXnow.com and follow @iamyoustudio on twitter, facebook and instagram.
Dr. Aaron T. Dossey, President, Founder and Owner of All Things Bugs LLC
Dr. Dossey is President, Founder and Owner of All Things Bugs LLC (since 2011). He is a life- long, self-taught Entomologist and enthusiast of Entomology and nature, and very passionate about his work as anyone who has ever known him can strongly attest. The central theme of his research is to capitalize on the chemical and biological diversity which exists among arthropods for a host of applications including drug discovery, identifying new insect repellents and how insects might contribute to a more sustainable human food supply. As a world leader in the field, Dr. Dossey recently published a critical comprehensive foundational reference book, "Insects as Sustainable Food Ingredients" covering all aspects of insects as food (historic and current) and the emerging based food industry. For more information visit www.cricketpowder.com and follow @allthingsbugs @griopro on twitter and facebook.
The concept for EXPOSED arose organically, when interest in a 2015 talk on food and wellness hosted by SMPLCT Lab became the interest of startups, to corporations, students to influencers. Simultaneously, founder of SMPLCT Lab, Cynthia Hellen, began experiencing a health crisis of her own, and upon sharing her story with others, realized the crisis of disconnection from the mental and physical health and wellness was on everyone’s mind. The more she shared her story, the more experts and entrepreneurs dedicated to fixing this crisis she met, and the more people wanted to be a part of an epic event that brought their knowledge to the public. Instead of being exposed to the daily assault of chemicals and toxins in many foods and products, attendees can expose themselves to expert knowledge on good food, improving their health, wellness, and their lives.
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