Karyn Moskowitz is a food justice organizer, social entrepreneur, and culinary enthusiast working in the Ohio River Valley since 1998. She is the Executive Director and co-founder of New Roots Fresh Stop Markets in Kentucky. Karyn has a B.A. in biology from Boston University and an MBA from University of Washington Foster School of Business and ESCP Europe. She has received numerous awards for her work, has spoken around the world—advocating for fresh, organic, plant-based food as a basic human right—and is a sought-after presenter. Karyn loves spreading her love of fresh produce and is soon to receive her Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies. She is a proud mom of a veggie-loving 21-year-old daughter.

Deeply Rooted Belief in Healthy Food For All
Deeply Rooted Belief in Healthy Food For All

New Roots fights for healthy food as a human right. They bring fresh food markets to eight different low-access neighborhoods in Louisville.

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