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Food Tank NYC Summit and Gala: The Food Movement is Growing (and Winning)!

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New York University

Skirball Center for the Performing Arts

566 LaGuardia Pl, New York, NY 10012

New York, NY 10003

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3rd Annual Food Tank NYC Summit and Gala Dinner

The Food Movement Is Growing (and Winning)!

In Partnership with New York University-Steinhardt, Hunter College NYC Food Policy Center, and Great Performances

November 1st-2nd. 80+ Speakers and Performers.


***WOW! ALL EARLY BIRD ALREADY SOLD OUT!***

***SUMMIT TICKETS ALMOST ALL GONE***

***VIP TICKETS ON SALE NOW***

***EVENT SELLS OUT EVERY YEAR WITH HUGE WAITLISTS***

Confirmed Speakers Include (listed alphabetically)

Eric L. Adams (Brooklyn Borough President)

Kobla Asamoah (Head of Small Business, Hot Bread Kitchen)

Tamar E Adler (Author, Host of Food Actually and Contributing Editor of Vogue)

Michiel Bakker (Director, Global Workplace Services Programs, Google)

Dan Barber (Chef and co-owner of Blue Hill and Blue Hill at Stone Barns)

Ron Ben-Israel (Israeli pastry chef and star Food Network's Cake Wars)

Alessandra Biaggi (New York State Senator, 34th District)

Lucy Biggers (Sustainability Journalist, NowThis)

Mark Bittman (Author of How to Cook Everything and editor-in-chief of Heated)

Jane Black (Writer, The Washington Post, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal)

Diane Brady (Food journalist, formerly Bloomberg)

Kate Brashares (Executive Director, Edible Schoolyard NYC)

Ashley Brown (Broadway star, originating the title role in “Mary Poppins” on Broadway.)

David Michael Burtka (Broadway star, American actor and professional chef)

Bianca Bosker (American food journalist and bestselling author)

Gale Brewer (Manhattan Borough President)

Andrew Carter (Co-Founder, Smallhold)

Tim Carman (Food Writer, The Washington Post)

Jen Chapin (WhyHunger activist and widely acclaimed musician)

Tom Colicchio (American restaurateur and celebrity chef on Bravo TV’s Top Chef)

Marcos A. Crespo (NYC Assembly Member)

Rocky Dawuni (Grammy-nominated afro roots music star and humanitarian activist)

Jean De Barrau (Regenerative Agriculture Director, Danone)

Karl Deily (SVP & Chief Commercial Officer, Sealed Air)

Claire Benjamin DiMattina (Senior Director U.S. Public Affairs, McDonald's)

Curt Ellis (Co-Founder and CEO, FoodCorps)

Adriano Espaillat (Member of Congress, U.S. House of Representatives),

Rafael Espinal (Member, New York City Council)

Florence Fabricant (Food and Wine Writer, The New York Times)

Joe Fassler (Editor, The New Food Economy)

Roberto Ferdman (Correspondent, VICE News/HBO)

Maya French (Founder, Koia)

Samuel Fromartz (Editor, Food & Environment Reporting Network, formerly Washington Post)

Kevin Froner (Principal, Manhattan Hunter Science High School)

A.C. Gallo (President, Whole Foods)

Alyshia Gálvez (Author, Eating NAFTA: Trade, Food Policies and the Destruction of Mexico)

Gabriella Gershenson (Columnist, The Wall Street Journal)

Jeff Gordinier (Food & Drinks Editor, Esquire)

Sara Gore (EMMY Award winning co-host of New York Live!),

Tamar Haspel (Columnist, The Washington Post)

Lisa Held (Food and Agriculture Journalist and Host, The Farm Report)

Helen Hollyman (Founding Editor-in-Chief Vice’s Munchies)

Dr. Mark Hyman (Host, The Doctor’s Farmacy)

Peter Ivey (Founder, Mission:FoodPossible and CEO, The Reggae Chefs)

Ben Kallos (Member, New York City Council)

Sam Kass (President Barack Obama's Senior Policy Advisor for Nutrition Policy and Executive Director for First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move! campaign)

Devon Klatell (Managing Director, Food, Rockefeller Foundation)

Lela May Klein (Founder, Greater Dayton Union Co-Op Initiative)

Pam Koch (Executive Director, Laurie M. Tisch Center for Food, Education and Policy)

Beth Kowitt (Senior Editor, Fortune)

Linda Kozlowski (CEO, Blue Apron)

Priya Krishna (Contributor, The New York Times and Bon Appétit)

Corby Kummer (Reporter, The Atlantic Monthly)

Mike Lavender (Senior Manager, Union of Concerned Scientists)

Tyler Lorenzen (President, PURIS Foods)

Britt Lundgren (Director of Organic and Sustainable Agriculture, Stonyfield Farm)

Julia Moskin (Food Writer, The New York Times)

Anna Mulé (Executive Director, Slow Food USA)

Kimbal Musk (Chef, Restauranteur, and Philanthropist)

Noah M. M. Nasiali (Founder, Africa Farmers Club)

Marion Nestle (Best-Selling Author, Professor, New York University Steinhardt School)

Liz Neumark (CEO, Great Performances)

Danielle Nierenberg (President, Food Tank)

Sandy Nurse (Director, BK ROT)

James S. Oddo (Staten Island Borough President)

Leah Penniman (Founder, Soul Fire Farm)

Jim Perdue (Chairman, Perdue Farms)

Lynda Prim (Senior Director, Glynwood Farm)

Abhi Ramesh (Founder & CEO, Misfits Market)

Nancy Roman (Partnership for a Healthier America)

Whitney Reuling (Director of Food and Nutrition Programs, Children's Aid)

Deena Shanker (Food journalist, Bloomberg)

Chloe Sorvino (Staff Writer, Forbes Magazine)

Tiffany Stecker (Reporter, Bloomberg)

Jyoti Stephens (Vice President of Mission and Strategy, Nature’s Path)

Naama Tamir (Owner, Lighthouse Restaurant)

Haile Thomas (Founder and CEO, The HAPPY Org)

Marcel Van Ooyen (President and CEO, GrowNYC)

Bryan Walsh (Author, Currently Editor of Onezero for Medium, Former Foreign Editor for Time Magazine)

Karen Washington (Founder, Rise & Root Farm)

Paul Willis (Founder, Niman Ranch Pork Company)

Brigette Wolf (Head of SnackFutures Innovation, Mondelēz International)

Venessa Wong (Editor, BuzzFeed)

and more to be announced!

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Food Tank Reception and Gala Dinner

A Night Celebrating the Performing Arts and Food Movements

5:30PM–9:00PM

Rosenthal Pavilion (Kimmel Center, 60 Washington Square S, New York, NY 10012)

VIP tickets include all the benefits of a general admission ticket plus VIP access to the Food Tank Summit (guaranteed front of house reserved seating all venues), and is the only way to get exclusive access to the Food Tank Summit Reception and Dinner. At the reception and dinner you will be joined by nearly all the Summit speakers, featuring a five course dinner by select rising-star chefs from each of New York City’s five boroughs. Incredible speakers and performances from: Ashley Brown (Broadway star, originating the title role in “Mary Poppins” on Broadway), David Michael Burtka (Broadway star, American actor and professional chef), Ron Ben-Israel (Israeli pastry chef and star Food Network's Cake Wars), Jen Chapin (WhyHunger activist and widely acclaimed musician), and many more. The event also features a worldwide debut performance of Food Tank's new interactive off-Broadway original musical about climate change called “Garjana,” with songs written and performed live by Rocky Dawuni, Grammy-nominated afro roots music star and humanitarian activist, along with five surprise guest Broadway stars including Mamma Mia’s Monica Kapoor. Food Tank is a 501C3 non-profit and a large percentage of your VIP ticket is tax deductible.


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[SOLD OUT!] General Admission Tickets (Summit November 1 and 2nd) -- $199.

[SOLD OUT!] General Admission Tickets (Summit November 1 and 2nd) -- $249.

[HURRY! EARLY BIRD 3] General Admission Tickets (Summit November 1 and 2nd) -- $299.

[EARLY BIRD 4] General Admission Tickets (Summit November 1 and 2nd) -- $349.

[FULL PRICE] General Admission Tickets (Summit November 1 and 2nd) -- $399.

Food Tank Summit general admission tickets include access (first come first serve GA seating) to all venues and events for both day of the Food Tank Summit (more than 80 speakers and performers) along with light snacks/coffee on November 1st as well as breakfast and lunch on November 2nd (breakfast provided by Great Performances, coffee by Think Coffee, and lunch donated by Tom Colicchio and ‘Wichcraft).

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VIP Tickets (VIP Access Summit, Reception and Gala Dinner)

[EARLY BIRD] VIP Food Tank Summit, Reception and Gala (Nov 1-2) -- $1,000.

[FULL PRICE] VIP Food Tank Summit, Reception and Gala (Nov 1-2) -- $1,500.

Includes all the benefits of a general admission ticket plus VIP access to the Food Tank Summit (guaranteed front of house reserved seating all venues), and is the only way to get exclusive access to the Food Tank Summit Reception and Dinner. Food Tank is a 501C3 non-profit and a large percentage of your VIP ticket is tax deductible.

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OTHER INFORMATION

This event will sell out quickly (we have a giant waitlist every year so please do not wait to purchase tickets). More speakers will keep being added to feel free to keep checking back. Limited full and partial general admission scholarships available. Please fill out the application form here: https://foodtank.com/nyc-application. For related questions, please contact mariah@foodtank.com. Please email Mariah at mariah@foodtank.com. Press passes can be request by emailing Bernard at bernard@foodtank.com. NYU faculty and students can request complementary tickets (limited number) by emailing Jill at je73@nyu.edu. Hunter faculty and students as well as high school teachers can request their tickets by emailing Alexina at alexina@nycfoodpolicy.org.

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ABOUT FOOD TANK

Food Tank is building a global community for safe, healthy, nourished eaters. We aim to educate, inspire, advocate, and create change. We spotlight and support environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable ways of alleviating hunger, obesity, and poverty and create networks of people, organizations, and content to push for food system change.


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