Global Food In A Farm-To-Table World
Presented by the Strommen Center for Meaningful Work at Augsburg College in association with Minnesota Public Radio
Sponsored by Greater MSP and the Bush Foundation
February 21, 2017 | 8-9:30 AM Hoversten Chapel
Join Chris Farrell from MPR as he interviews leaders working on food security and sustainability.
Business leaders are invited to join in conversation for the upcoming Strommen Series, Global Food In A Farm-To-Table World, to consider the role businesses can play in caring for their community while taking care of business.
To succeed in today’s market, a corporation or business must balance its social, cultural, and environmental responsibilities with a financial commitment to its shareholders.
This discussion will examine how leaders in the food and agriculture sector approach issues such as food security, public health, animal welfare, biodiversity, and environmental sustainability.
February guests include:
Mike Robach- Vice President of Corporate Food Safety, Quality, and Regulatory Affairs at Cargill
Jessica Hellmann – Director of the Institute on the Environment at the University of Minnesota
Dr. Ruth Petran- Vice President, Food Safety and Public Health at Ecolab Inc
Upcoming 2017 Presentations
March 21, and April 18 | 8-9:30 AM
Interested in seeing your corporate or organization executives speak at Augsburg? Email Lee George at LGeorge@augsburg.edu, or call 612.330.1629.
Former 2017 Presentations
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November 15, 2016 | 8-9:30 AM Hoversten Chapel
November guests include:
Mike Sime- Co-Owner of Rapid Packaging
Warren Larson-Director of Public Affairs at Sanford Health
William Moyers- Vice President of Public Affairs and Community Relations at Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation