Suzannah Schneider
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    Suzannah employs food as a fun, delectable, and crucial way to change the world. She works on a variety of sustainability endeavors at a large catering company while pursuing a Master’s in Food Studies at NYU. Her academic arenas include the history and social implications of veganism, drinking water psychology, and streamlined sustainability. You can find her on Twitter @suzieaprovecha

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